Month: March 2014

SPC14 – Day 4 – Simple Identity management solutions for Office365

So, this really is a session for me: Simple 🙂 Office365 Identity Management contains a couple of components. One of these components is the Windows Azure Active Directory. Users from the internal directory are provisioned […]

SPC14 – Day 4 – Knowledge Management with SharePoint and Yammer

The last day of sessions has started. I’ve started this day with a session on  knowledge management. It’s funny this. A couple of years ago (I guess at least four) I presented on the Sogeti […]

SPC14 – Day 3 – The ins and outs of SharePoint Licensing

This is the last session of the day and one without any demo’s. I choose this session especially because of all the questions regarding this subject. And more so with the aspects of Azure and […]

SPC14 – Day 3 – A strategic and pragmatic conversation on governance

This  was a very good (and funny) session the governance model of SharePoint was discussed. This standard model contains the following components: IT governance Information management Application management But this is somewhat complex. During this […]

SPC14 – Day 2 – General Motors: managing 130,000 users’ documents and records – making it easy, while maintaining control

This is a great session, which follows nicely on the previous one. It’s about General Moters (GM), which have a large SharePoint environment. Some numbers: 130.000 interval users 10TB data 6 on-premise farms 500 servers, […]

SPC14 – Day 2 – SharePoint for large scale records management – hundreds of milions of documents and beyond

Ok. This is a very intersting session. At least five experts from Microsoft were elaborating on the concept of records management on a (very) large scale. Large, yes: Scenario 1: Global Bank 250.000 users 370.000.000 […]