Monthly Archives: April 2011

SharePoint for Nonprofits – Part II

This is Part II of a series aimed at explaining how nonprofits are successfully leveraging the SharePoint platform. It is my hope to explain how these inspiring organizations are staying within budget and the approach they use for getting it … Continue reading

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Office 365 – Rockin the CMS Boat!

Office 365 is pretty cool, but can you host your public facing website in the Microsoft cloud? Yes you can, here’s how. The first part of this post covers the administrative steps involved with creating a new public facing website … Continue reading

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SharePoint for Nonprofits – Part I

Part I of my series titled “SharePoint for Nonprofits” is on NothingButSharePoint.com.  This series is my attempt at explaining how nonprofits are successfully leveraging the SharePoint platform. It is my hope to explain how these inspiring organizations are staying within … Continue reading

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Does SharePoint Foundaton 2010 have BCS?

There seems to be some confusion about the free version of SharePoint 2010 (SharePoint Foundation 2010) and Business Connectivity Services (BCS).  This post aims to clarify some things. Here are two important questions and answers:  Q:  Does SharePoint Foundation 2010 … Continue reading

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Update

I just wrote a short article on NothingButSharePoint.com about the SharePoint Form Web Part. Also, I’m in the process of writing a 3 part series for NothingButSharePoint.com about SharePoint for Nonprofits.  My aim is to point out how associations and nonprofits are … Continue reading

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