Intranet team sizes continue to grow at a slow but steady pace, while smaller organizations are producing the best intranets. Focusing on Agile development and wireframing methods, intranet teams are completing design and deployment within much shorter timeframes.

Ever since Microsoft announced SharePoint 2013 and the new App Model, there has been a lot of discussion around what the best option is for making customizations within SharePoint.

While there are many valid reasons to choose alternative options, in this month’s TOTM we list the advantages of using Apps for SharePoint.

Here are some of the most important messages about optimizing search from my presentation at “SharePoint w biznesie i IT” in Warsaw. The conference was arranged by Unity Group. 

I had the pleasure to speak at “SharePoint w biznesie i IT” in Warsaw. The conference was arranged by Unity Group. Here are some of the most important messages in my presentation.

Here is the best tweets, videos and photos from IntraTeam Event Copenhagen, March 5-7, 2013. 

You can see the full version on Storify

Shel Holtz brought my attention to this survey that is much more positive than the one we saw from 

When I first started working in audio more than 10 years ago, I encouraged some of my clients to think about including the warmth of the human voice in their communications. Then in 2004 podcasting became possible, and we discovered a technology that made audio a lot more accessible.

Still, in the early days, podcasting was not for the faint of heart. The technical side was tricky, and accurate help was hard to find. Today, however, we have plenty of software and tools at our disposal, as well as examples of communicators who’ve ventured into the world of podcasting before us. 

NN/g has once again found 10 intranets they say are the best in 2013 and conclude that intranet teams are growing in size and that great intranets requires years to create.


There have been some instances where I have had to expose a webpage onto another webpage. This is usually accomplished by using the "Page Viewer" webpart, but if you have ever tried this then you know that this webpart exposes the entire page within the webpart - usually ending up in having to scroll around the window to find what you needed.


I referenced this demo in an earlier demo entitled "Autopopulate List", where I showed how to automatically pull data from our AD to the SharePoint 2010 list. The missing step was that the columns that should be filled in automatically after clicking "OK" were available to the users from the "newform.aspx" and "editform.aspx" which kind of defeated the purpose of "autopopulate".  



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