Everyone in the IT industry knows how important certifications are. Especially consultants and those in the services game know that customers like to have some kind of paper in their hands that can state how good the person is. That is one of the reasons I took the exam as a Certified Information Professional. Read more

The additional value when you work with SharePoint and InfoPath is very clear: you can use the forms to enhance the way you input and edit information in our favorite platform. Here is a video on how it was meant to work: Working offline with InfoPath 2010 As you will probably know, InfoPath was build … Read more

What is it? In the 2007 version of SharePoint, Microsoft introduced Content Types: a way to define pieces of information like offers, tasks, procedures, … You could define those Content Types on site collection level (and in sites) and add a template, metadata, workflow and policies. All documents or items created as an instance of … Read more

  A large list of AIIM content management “8 things” series. Very good read to get up to date on these specific subjects!   8 Things You Also Wanted to Know About SharePoint — But Were Afraid to Ask (2nd edition!) 8 Ways to Control Your SharePoint Infrastructure 8 Things to Consider When it Comes … Read more

I found an interesting item in my RSS feeds today: Hans Dickerscheid, independent advisor and owner of DaDoLog Consultancy & Interim Management wrote an article on docufacts.nl about ECM and the move towards output-management (in dutch). In short, the keypoints he adresses are: – in recent past, focus was on the incoming items: all paper … Read more

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