(c) 2003-2007 RoberDan & PierG September, 2005 - Roberdan - Site Home - MSDN Blogs

September, 2005

Blog - About

About Roberdan

Roberto D'Angelo è specialista di portali e collaborazione nella divisione dedicata alle Grandi Aziende, seguendole nella definizione delle architetture tecnologiche a supporto dei processi interni alle aziende.
Laureato in scienze dell'informazione a Bologna si occupa di Knowledge Management dal 1998 ed ha seguito la maggior parte dei progetti che Microsoft ha realizzato in questo ambito. Collaboratore attivo dell'Osservatorio Permanente sulle Intranet del Politecnico di Milano e sponsor di una visione dell’ICT allineata agli obiettivi di business delle aziende, negli ultimi anni si sta occupando di progetti innovativi nell'ambito del Social Networking a supporto dei modelli organizzativi a rete.”

Official Blog: http://blogs.msdn.com/roberdan 

Personal Blog: http://roberdan.blogs.com

 

  • Roberdan

    MBA Opportunities at Microsoft

    • 4 Comments
    "Before I get started I should point out that I am not an MBA and I don’t play one on TV. The closest I ever came to a business class was when I took Accounting I at the nearby community college in 1990 or so. I’m an engineer through and through. That...
  • Roberdan

    My organizational model

    • 0 Comments
  • Roberdan

    Business Scorecard Manager 2005

    • 2 Comments
    Seminar online
  • Roberdan

    Office System sp2 (include sps/wss)

    • 1 Comments
    Alcune novità introdotte dal service pack 2, in corsivo le segnalazioni per alcuni miei clienti. SharePoint Portal Server · Updated with the ability to synchronize patches to database schema as well as binaries. · Support for Windows on Windows...
  • Roberdan

    AAA...Cercasi specialista di soluzioni di collaborazione e portali su ROMA

    • 0 Comments
    AAA...Cercasi specialista di soluzioni di collaborazione e portali...su ROMA. Divertimento assicurato... pls: mandate cv tramite bottoncino "Contatti" in alto o usate questo link Grazie! roberdan
  • Roberdan

    What do managers do and how big should my team be?

    • 0 Comments
    The first thing we do, let's kill all the lawyers. Butcher, in Shakespeare's King Henry VI The first thing we do, let's fire all the managers. Just about every employee at one time or another since the 1911 release of Frederick Taylor’s Principles...
  • Roberdan

    Lotus Notes webcast & integration update

    • 0 Comments
    Lotus Notes non risponde più alle tue esigenze? Stai pensando a come far evolvere il tuo sistema di posta elettronica? Registrazione webcast del 14 settembre 2005 Speaker: Roberto D'Angelo , Senior Technology Advisor, Microsoft Italia Customer Testimonial...
  • Roberdan

    Solution Showcase for the Microsoft Office System

    • 1 Comments
    The Solution Showcase highlights how leading companies are solving critical business problems using solutions built with the Microsoft Office System. These solutions are a small sample of the many ways organizations are transforming their businesses by...
  • Roberdan

    Identity Management with Microsoft Identity Integration Server (also for Lotus Notes)

    • 2 Comments
    Have you ever developed a custom data feed that populates employee information in one of your systems? Do you struggle with account management in your Active Directory? If you answered yes to either of these questions, rest assured because identity management...
  • Roberdan

    Fatti Non Portali restyling....work in progress

    • 1 Comments
    but you can have a look here: http://roberdan.officeisp.net/fattinonportali/default.aspx it's still under development, but it's still SharePoint ;-) Feedbacks welcomed!! Support to design all the sps template is still welcomed! enjoy! roberdan
  • Roberdan

    Yet on Small World Networks

    • 1 Comments
    Everyone is familiar with the "small world" phenomena, in which every person on earth is connected to every other by at most 6 degrees of separation. For the moment, imagine a world in which everyone was friends with only those people who lived within...
  • Roberdan

    Windows Workflow Foundation

    • 1 Comments
    Windows Workflow Foundation (WWF) is an extensible programming model and runtime components for building solutions on the Windows platform. As a platform component, Windows Workflow Foundation will be included with the WinFx runtime components 3.0. Windows...
  • Roberdan

    Using VB.NET and XML to Integrate with Lotus Notes

    • 0 Comments
    Abstract: .NET is about integration, Microsoft tells us. How does that actually pan out in the real world? 3sharp expert Greg Enslow tells you how you can build solutions, using Microsoft Office System, SharePoint Portal Server 2003 and the .NET Framework...
  • Roberdan

    Roberdan's blog new visual style!

    • 0 Comments
    pls enjoy the new max-based theme on http://blogs.msnd.com/roberdan ps: http://www.microsoft.com/max
  • Roberdan

    SharePoint

    • 0 Comments
    Thx to Romeo
  • Roberdan

    Microsys Cerca Ragazzi/Ragazze per nuovi progetti su SharePoint

    • 0 Comments
    Microsys, uno dei nostri migliori partner ( http://www.msys.it/ ) sta cercando persone già skillate su SharePoint/Office System (o su Milano o disposti a spostarsi). Secondo me è una gran bella opportunità ;-) pls, usate il bottone contact in alto...
  • Roberdan

    Corporate Performance Management: Outlook Soft and Microsoft

    • 3 Comments
    OutlookSoft Corporate Performance Management: A unified, Microsoft-based CPM solution Hundreds of Fortune 1000 and Global 2000 companies rely on OutlookSoft Corporate Performance Management (CPM) every day to manage their most critical financial and operational...
  • Roberdan

    Blogs: is it free or there is a cost?

    • 2 Comments
    Let me make a simple computation: typepad blog montly fee: 14.95 USD AudioBlog montly fee: 4,95 USD NewsGator montly fee: 1,96 USD Total: more than 20 USD for month to host a blog plus: domain registration, about 40 USD for year not...
  • Roberdan

    Senza computer il paziente muore - da Panorama

    • 1 Comments
    Mio suocero mi segnala che su Panorama ci sono tutta una serie di articoli che evidenziano l'ormai inevitabile connubio tra sanità e informatica. "L'incapacità e la riluttanza di medici ed ospedali a utilizzare più diffusamente l'informatica stanno...
  • Roberdan

    Social Enterprise Architecture

    • 2 Comments
    Goal: align future Peer2Peer networking models to business needs and goals, using an innovative architecture based on Social Networking theories. Backgrounds: ICT is near to maturtiy phase, moving forward to ICOT - Information, Communications and Organizations...
  • Roberdan

    Lotus Notes non risponde più alle tue esigenze? Stai pensando a come far evolvere il tuo sistema di posta elettronica?

    • 0 Comments
    Mercoledì 14 settembre 2005, ore 16.30 Speaker: Roberto D'Angelo , Senior Technology Advisor, Microsoft Italia Customer Testimonial: Mirco Carriglio , Responsabile Tecnologie Distribuite - Direzione Sistemi Informativi, Banca Intesa Un numero sempre maggiore...
  • Roberdan

    Ashes and Snow - the itinerant museum

    • 0 Comments
    Photo credit: artist Gregory Colbert http://www.ashesandsnow.org http://www.roberdan.com
  • Roberdan

    [Fiction::] ICT - Come Sarà (2007-2005)

    • 0 Comments
    You’re about to watch a future history of the media by Robin Sloan and Matt Thompson, with music by Aaron McLeran - http://www.robinsloan.com/epic/ ============================================== ICOT : riteniamo che l’ICT dovrà aggiungere una “O” al suo...
  • Roberdan

    Dissertazione sul Peer 2 Peer

    • 0 Comments
    seguendo l’attuale modello economico e mappandolo su un altro asse è fuor di dubbio che il Peer2Peer (cioè reti tra pari. vi basta un niente per averlo) sia il prossimo cavallo di battaglia della tecnologia ICT. L’economia si muove secondo questa formula...
  • Roberdan

    What IBM doesn't want IT to see in study saying Linux is cheaper than Windows

    • 0 Comments
    Thx to Vincos IBM, in conjunction with analyst firm Robert Frances Group (RFG), released a study that found Linux to be less expensive than Windows. The investigation determined that Linux is 40 percent cheaper to purchase, implement and run on x86...
Page 1 of 2 (29 items) 12