Not sure who said this, but found it pretty thought provoking. “Your cell phone has more computing power than all of NASA in 1969. NASA launched a man to the moon. We launched a bird into pigs.” Are we under-utilizing the technology that we are loaded with? Talking about under-utilization, anyone seen those ads Micromax […]

KM systems should be implemented so that it enables users to do their work well, and not just act as help manual. Here is my post on the topic at Mindtree blogs

Most people buy SharePoint for the features that its known the most for – Collaboration, WCM, team sites etc. However very few actually make use of all the features that are available with it. The feature having the most potential to radically change the effectiveness of the existing SharePoint implementation in my view is search. […]

So here is a run down what I feel are the most important new features in SharePoint 2013 based on customer needs that I have come across. I had a similar post when SharePoint 2010 was launched and the principles for feature list is the same – removing the hype and just getting into the core. […]

Its been a few months since SharePoint 2013 has been officially launched, and although I did not get a chance to go through all aspects of it, I did come across quite a lot of new features that customers had asked for quite a long time (and developers had wished for :)). I would publish them in […]

Took a session for the SharePoint India community at SharePoint Saturday on storing large data in SharePoint. The presentation used is available at SharePoint_Saturday_Jax.

Recently I was invited to a meeting with a prospect who wanted to know the true ability of SharePoint to function at an enterprise level. Put this question to some industry experts and they would come up with ‘It can do anything you want’ type of answer and overwhelm you with case studies, facts and […]