Are you into technology? Really? Software Design? Coding? Systems Analysis? Would you like a chance for your ideas to be heard? Want to join the worlds only Institute dedicated to those who design, build, test, implement and analyse software solutions? Then you should consider writing for the Institute of Analysts and Programmers.
The Institute of Analysts and Programmers is Britain’s leading professional organisation for people who work in the development, installation and testing of business systems and computer software. The institute produces every quarter the ‘Software Development Practice’ (I’m on its Editorial Team).
We’re always keen to see new articles from anyone working in the systems analysis and programming fields, so why not go for creating an article to the Software Development Journal? To find out more about the Institute of Analysts and Programmers go here: http://www.iap.org.uk/main/. For more Information concerning article submission go here: http://software-development-practice.iap.org.uk/submitting-articles/
Am particularly keen for any SharePoint articles relating to software / web / app development or systems analysis, so for any further information about submission please contact me
Take control of user adoption and governance processes in your next SharePoint 2013 deployment—whether it’s a specific site or complete farm solution. In this book, you’ll learn proven techniques and methods that will help you better manage the entire project lifecycle concerning SharePoint implementation from a practical standpoint.
Discover how to:
- Align organizational goals and requirements
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- Set up a team to deliver a SharePoint solution
- Effectively communicate with and include your stakeholders
- Prepare for user feedback and adoption
- Establish and maintain governance through the entire project
- Use web analytics to provide substance to governance
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Check out this review on the book:
Go here to get the book and find out more information.
People have been requesting me do a shortened article to cover SharePoint Implementation from a higher level; a kind of whats my the key steps required to deliver SharePoint to a client. Please note there’s a whole bunch of webcasts coming soon to go into some more detail on each of the steps, so watch this space. If you need further information go ahead and give me a shout! Happy Reading!
On my travels in building an understanding of Cloud Computing and its relationship to Office365, there’s a wealth of technical information out there. However, I simply could not find a defininitve source of information until I stumbled onto this link from TechNET: http://social.technet.microsoft.com/wiki/contents/articles/4854.aspx