OfficeRocker!

Strange thinking about Microsoft Office

Browse by Tags

Tagged Content List
  • Blog Post: Office Communications Server launches in the UK on 17th Oct

    Mark has announced the launch for OCS on his blog . If you are interested in coming along to the event in Vinopolis, you can sign up at the launch site . I notice that Carston Sorensen is speaking at it - I did some flexible working studies with Carston from the London School of Economics - he is a good...
  • Blog Post: The Enterprise Learning Framework

    I was chatting with my friend Colin Ashurst from Durham Business School this morning about the world of the information worker. He was saying he still thinks there needs to be more focus on helping get the technology deployed and getting people to use it. I think he's right, especially with all the new...
  • Blog Post: FreeForm Dynamics survey shows Office 2007 outpacing OpenOffice

    Interesting survey hosted on the Register from the smart cookies at FreeForm Dynamics (check out their blog ) which I only just read. Well worth a look this. Dale Vile concludes that Microsoft Office still rules and that Saas and Web 2.0 challengers are yet to threaten. The first thing we learned from...
  • Blog Post: Blogcast: my launch demo

    For the launch of Exchange Server 2007, Windows Vista and the 2007 Microsoft Office system, I put together this demo and have been hawking it round pretty much every event since (well that's just good reuse right?). This demo required a fair amount of stuff installed on the virtual PC including Exchange...
  • Blog Post: When presentations go wrong and how to recover afterwards

    If any of you were at the Nottingham Technet event last week, you were a witness to probably the worst crash and burn I have ever suffered during a live presentation. I had put quite a lot of work into the presentation, believe it or not, and I had planned some 50 minutes of demo during my 75 minute...
  • Blog Post: Kingston University: the future's bright with 2007 Office

    It was my pleasure to get to know Ian McNeice from Kingston University over the last few months. Ian is a very passionate visionary in academic IT and was one of our early adopters. He kindly agreed to an IM interview about how they are using SharePoint Server 2007 and other Microsoft technologies to...
  • Blog Post: One-take Raikes: Jeff Raikes

    Not wishing to name drop but it was an absolute pleasure to do the demo for Jeff on stage at our customer launch event. Jeff is one of the three presidents in Microsoft and reports in to Steve Ballmer and Bill. I am a tiny flea in his org basically. It was interesting to get an insight into the man known...
  • Blog Post: Delays due to resurfacing

    We have launched. I am happy about that and also absolutely knackered. We launched to press on the 30th at the diamond club in the Arsenal stadium. The customer launch followed on the 5th December in the QEII centre in Westminster with some 300 top customers execs there for an event focussing on the...
  • Blog Post: Fighting the second law of thermodynamics

    T-13 days An understanding of physics, I always maintain, is a useful foundation for living. It helps to understand why launching a product can feel like an uphill struggle. The reason is that the entropy always increases. Put another way, the natural order of things is to descend into ever greater degrees...
  • Blog Post: the launch is not cancelled

    My days now seem to consist of queues of wild people, frothing at the mouth running at me like some sort of marketing shaun of the dead scene screaming "cancel the launch!". People, hear me, take a chill pill, we are launching and we are on track. :-) Things will go wrong when you run a launch. Customer...
  • Blog Post: How the war was won: intro

    You might think it a bit cocky to start writing my memoirs of launch before the event but with my memory, I'll probably struggle to remember my name in 6 months (and so will everyone else) so I thought it best to make a start now and claim my 15 minutes of blogging fame. The 2007 Microsoft Office...
Page 1 of 1 (11 items)