Author Archives: Sean Bordner

About Sean Bordner

CEO, Solution Architect, Co-Author of SharePoint for Nonprofits, Contributing Author NothingButSharePoint.com MCT, MCTS, MCSD, MCP, MCAD

Mobile Friendly SharePoint Forms

Some of the main problems surrounding building forms in SharePoint are around look and feel and permissions. Mobile friendly SharePoint forms are often a business requirement and in my opinion should always be a business requirement. To complicate matters, the … Continue reading

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License Cost Rant

We receive a baffling question on a daily basis and this morning I do rather feel like sharing it with you 😉 But first, see if you follow my logic here… When you go out and buy a new car, … Continue reading

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Internet Sales Tax

The days of not being charged sales tax on internet purchases are over.  It was fun while it lasted. The Washington Post says:  “A bill that would give states the authority to collect sales taxes on all Internet purchases passed … Continue reading

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Why I Switched to a Windows Phone

What’s interesting right now is that we have more than one great option to choose from. I happen to have switched from the iPhone 5 to a Windows Phone. Before the iPhone 5, I tried the Android and was well … Continue reading

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DropBox for SharePoint

Once in a while, something comes out that I just want to tell the world about.  DropBox for SharePoint Server by Stephane Eyskens (MVP) is one of those things.  I’ve used DropBox for a long time now, mainly for sharing … Continue reading

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SharePoint for Nonprofits – Part III

If you are implementing a SharePoint initiative with the idea that you will begin with customization, your org will never realize the full benefits of SharePoint. This is Part III of a series aimed at explaining how nonprofits are successfully … Continue reading

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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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