Bernard's Blog

Bernard's blog. All things business value and business productivity with a twist of software + services and a hint of lemon freshness.

April, 2009

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About Bernard's Blog

I work in Microsoft's Business Productivity Infrastructure team

Most of our focus is in tuning productivity towards maximum ROI and effectiveness and looking at new and innovative technologies that deliver the next wave of productivity growth in the new world of work.

Bernard Clark

Snr. Product Manager - Microsoft BPI

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    Is SharePoint the right investment, right now?

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    This article from freshbusinessthinking.com would suggest it could be. http://www.freshbusinessthinking.com/business_advice.php?AID=2375&Title=SharePoint+Steers+Companies+Through+Economic+Downturn SharePoint forms the cornerstone of Microsoft's Business...
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    Two birds with one stone

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    If there are two things we're all desperate to save right now it is money and the environment. How fortunate it is, therefore, that by enabling the workforce to work from any place and at any time Unified Communications technology can save both travel...
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    THE BI Blog : Microsoft Business Intelligence Vision and Strategy Slides

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    I think our BI vision is one of the most clearly defined market visions Microsoft has. I also think that it is a market where we can really add value and change the dynamics of the market. Making BI commercially viable enough for every employee to utilize...
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    THE BI Blog : Top 10 demos for Microsoft BI

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    Somehow the BI team seem to corner some of our most exciting demos. Thanks to Nic for compiling this top-ten list in one place. http://blogs.msdn.com/bi/archive/2009/04/23/top-10-demos-for-microsoft-bi.aspx As a side note,  its worth noting that...
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    Recession, recalibration or reset?

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    While no one is under any doubt whether that we are now experiencing a set of economic conditions we have not experienced for a generation (if not more), there is a growing debate on the nature of these conditions and for how long we should plan for "recovery"...
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