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Month: March 2008

Two Types of SharePoint/MOSS Environments

Two Types of SharePoint/MOSS Environments

  Standard disclaimer – the ‘migratenotes’ posts come from a Notes Migration blog that I wrote from 2007-2010.  More Info   ——- This is all based off circumstantial evidence, not hard research, but given that caveat… There seem to be two different ways organizations are approaching SharePoint, and they are diametrically opposed to each other: Method 1: Install a server, see what it can do, use it for small apps, and expand its function and the scope of the environment based…

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Results

Results

Standard disclaimer – the ‘migratenotes’ posts come from a Notes Migration blog that I wrote from 2007-2010.  More Info ——- After all of my inquiries and research into real measurable data comparing SharePoint Dev and Maint costs…. there is no data. Everyone I talked to is in the same boat we are – just getting going, spending more money on SharePoint at the moment, but with no real idea of what it will cost long-term. It is all guesswork. I’ve…

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Soliciting Feedback

Soliciting Feedback

Standard disclaimer – the ‘migratenotes’ posts come from a Notes Migration blog that I wrote from 2007-2010.  More Info ——- I’m looking for some answers from the community… As I mentioned previously, the status of Lotus Notes/Domino is again under discussion. To make an educated, unbiased business decision, we are looking for data on the following questions: 1) Development Effort – In General, how does development time in SharePoint compare to development time in Domino. Assuming skilled talent in both…

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Updated Strategy

Updated Strategy

Standard disclaimer – the ‘migratenotes’ posts come from a Notes Migration blog that I wrote from 2007-2010.  More Info ——- After a few months of working with both Notes & SharePoint, I have updated my strategy to the following: Don’t try to get rid of Domino – just get rid of the Notes Client. My proposal to do this is actually fairly simple: Web-enable all Notes Apps. Put them into iframe web parts in your SharePoint environment Share CSS on…

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