Published February 25, 2008
I saw this post last week when I was trying to catch up from my recent travels: Peter O’Kelly’s Reality Check: Toshiba’s HD-DVD going the way of Betamax | Technology | Reuters.
I have been waiting to see who would win the war. Anyway I decided to wait and see who might win and I was glad I did.
This weekend I was at one of the warehouse stores and they had both the Sony Blu-ray player and the Toshiba HD DVD player. The Sony was $380 and the Toshiba HD DVD was $75. The funny things was that the employee that asked if he could help me had no idea that anyone buying the $75 HD DVD player would be buying something that will be useless in a month or so
Well, this has been a long time coming. I am happy to see that Microsoft finally released the DoD 5015.2 Add-on for Moss 2007 a couple weeks back while I was trekking around the UK and Europe.
I am proud of the work our team did in creating the new features for the MOSS Records Center last year. The extremely collaborative nature of the project and development with the Microsoft Product Group using the SCRUM agile methodology during the project showed me the possibility of a high performing team with this methodology.
I plan to implement the MOSS Records Center with the Add-on in the next several months.
Here is the Microsoft Post: Announcing the DoD 5015.2 Resource Kit for SharePoint Server 2007.
I wrote this article for an AIIM E-Doc Buyers Guide last summer. I am not sure if it will be published and almost forgot I wrote. Recently I started sharing it with some colleagues and thought I really should share this with my readers.
So, here you go. This is very high level and serves as an overview of MOSS as it relates to ECM. I think it can be used to help educate folks who are not familiar with MOSS. I hope you find it useful.
Read the article
Published February 20, 2008
Well only two months into 2008 and my travels have made it difficult to keep to my goal of at least one post per week.
Over the last two weeks I was on the road in London for a week of meetings followed by a week in Lisbon, Portugal.
This was my first trip to Lisbon and I had a chance to tour the city and visit Sintra. If you ever get the chance to visit Sintra I highly recommend it. The Palácio da Pena, or “Castelo da Pena” is a stunning example of Portuguese architecture from the Romantic period.