Category: SharePoint Migration

#MVPbuzzChat with Erwin van Hunen

#MVPbuzzChat with Erwin van Hunen

In Episode 18 of the #MVPbuzzChat interview series, I caught up with fellow Office Servers & Services MVP Erwin van Hunen (@erwinvanhunen), based out of Stockholm, Sweden, while we were both attending the Microsoft MVP Summit in early March of this year. In addition to being an MVP, Erwin is...

#MVPbuzzChat with Dileepa Kariyawasam

#MVPbuzzChat with Dileepa Kariyawasam

In episode 11 of #MVPbuzzChat, I connected with Sydney, Australia-based Office Servers & Services MVP Dileepa Kariyawasam (@dileepstweets), a Senior Consultant at Empired Ltd. Australia focused on SharePoint and Exchange solution architecture and deployments. We talked about some of the issues that are impacting organizations that have not yet moved to the cloud, with...

#MVPbuzzChat with Nick Brattoli

#MVPbuzzChat with Nick Brattoli

In Episode 5 of the #MVPbuzzChat video series, I spoke with fellow Office Servers & Services MVP Nick Brattoli (@byrdttoli), who is the Founder and Lead Consultant at Byrdttoli Enterprise Consulting LLC, and one of the community managers for the popular Collab365.community site.  Nick is a relatively new MVP, but has...

Developing Sound Collaboration Strategies

When SharePoint 2007 was released, the platform was rapidly gaining adoption in the enterprise — while still very much viewed as a team-based document collaboration solution, it was about to make some major moves into the enterprise. Of course, while 2007 was a huge improvement over the 2003 version, competitors...

Inventory Analysis and Information Architecture Jumpstart

During my SPBiz Conference session today, I fielded a couple questions about two of the most important aspects of the pre-migration planning effort: your inventory analysis and your information architecture. The two really go hand-in-hand, and I would consider info architecture an important part of your overall inventory analysis. The...

From MVA Studios: SharePoint Online Migration Planning

Delivering multi-session training is very different from presenting a 75-minute session at a conference. For those in the community, you know what I am talking about. A 75-minute session sounds like a long talk, but when you add in questions from the audience and stories and experiences, that 75 minutes...

My SPTechCon Boston Schedule

I can’t believe we’re already back in Boston for another SPTechCon – the SharePoint Technical Conference, taking place this week at the Park Plaza Hotel in Boston’s Back Bay. And as I am sitting in the beginning of a session by Michelle Caldwell, I’m going to make this quick and...

How Do You Define Full-Fidelity Migrations?

“You keep using that word. I do not think it means what you think it means.” Axceler, through its acquisition of echoTechnology in early 2010, has been migrating Nintex Workflows since the MOSS 2007 platform. Echo was known within the industry for our comprehensive support for Nintex. We have a...

Launch of the SharePoint Migration Kit

A majority of companies who built out their intranets using SharePoint 2007 have not yet fully moved to the 2010 platform, but this statistic will likely accelerate over the next 12 to 18 months. In an effort to assist SharePoint farm administrators with the details and best practices around securely...