My impressions of the SharePoint Conference

I’m Norm Warren, IT Pro writer for SharePoint Server 2010 business intelligence. I also write for B.I. the way…and used to write for Norm’s PerformancePoint Server Blog. The following are some of my impressions of my first SharePoint Server 2010 conference. I remember the first SharePoint Server 2007 book I picked up. Surprisingly, it had…

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How do you use our posters?

We’d like to know how you use the posters we have up on TechNet: SharePoint Server 2010: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc263199(office.14).aspx  SharePoint Server 2007: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc263199.aspx, Windows SharePoint Services 3.0: http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc287835.aspx Do you print them on a plotter, or in a smaller format? Would you like them to be available to order in glossy format? Is there any other…


New business intelligence services in SharePoint Server 2010

The poster, Getting started with business intelligence in SharePoint Server 2010, is a review of all the business intelligence (BI) services in SharePoint Server 2010 (Beta) and can be downloaded in Visio, PDF, and XPS file formats. You will notice that PerformancePoint Server 2007 is integrated into SharePoint Server 2010 (Beta), to add business intelligence…

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Content posters for Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010 !

The product team published an excellent Blog post, SharePoint 2010, which gives a comprehensive description of enhancements and features for the release of SharePoint Server 2010. Other “what’s new” posts are covered on www.microsoft.comsharepoint. Our documentation team has  published posters for many of the focus areas that are shown on the “SharePoint 2010 wheel“.The posters…

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Meet us at the SharePoint Conference!

We wanted to let you know that lots of folks from the SharePoint IT Pro content publishing team will be at SPC in Las Vegas next week. We’d love to meet you, and get your feedback on the documentation (SharePoint 2007/WSS 3.0 as well as SharePoint 2010). We’ll all be at Ask the Experts, Wednesday…