Posts Tagged MOSS


SharePoint Consultant/Developer Required….No!

Why you shouldn’t hire a SharePoint Developer/Consultant as one person.


SharePoint Project Management Solution at Kingston Communications – Case Study

Case Study for Deployment of SharePoint at Kingston Communications.


What is SharePoint?

Technorati Tags: moss,wss,sharepoint What is SharePoint? A question which still comes up from time to time, even though the product(s) have been around now for some time! I thought I would re-post this to help those new to the SharePoint world….:-) Microsoft® SharePoint® is an enterprise information platform that can be configured to host Intranets, [...]


SharePoint and MindManager Integration

Our preference at WorkShares is to use mindmaps wherever problem definitions, requirements definition or understanding relationships between business processes needs to occur. This is especially useful with SharePoint related projects as requirements often sit between traditional infrastructure related topics, to more bespoke software driven that require a deeper appreciation of functional details. Such tools form [...]


SharePoint CSS – Change your SharePoint look and feel.

Hi All, For those of you whom wish to radically changed the out of the box ‘look and feel’ and if the out of the box themes don’t inspire you, take a look at the following page: It’s an in-depth listing of the CSS reference you should review. Not for the faint hearted and [...]


User Management in SharePoint 2007

The guys over with Bamboo Solutions (specifically Lam Le)  have produced a great article on user management with Windows SharePoint Services (WSS V3) and Microsoft Office SharePoint Server (MOSS 2007). Document located here: Worthy of a read and also at a look at their great range of 3rd Party add-ons which can enhance your [...]


Prevent SharePoint Designer from Editing SharePoint Sites

I came across a useful article from Microsoft which describes how to stop users whom have SharePoint Designer installed, from modifying their WSS or other MOSS sites. Though SharePoint Designer shouldn’t ordinarily be installed on most users PCs, this article provides you with the steps on how to prevent them from editing the sites. It [...]


SharePoint MCTS Exams

After an exhausting week at Training Camp in Oxford last week I successfully completed (Thanks again to Marzanne Bruwer ) the MCTS exams for WSS 3.0 and MOSS 2007 configuration. General Information on the courses can be found here: Overall the course was well run, instructed and we were looked after in terms of [...]


SharePoint Licensing – Beware!

I have had several conversations recently which has led me to write this short article, around the different applications and hence licensing requirements for "SharePoint Technologies". Much of the confusion tends to be the issue of ‘free’ Windows SharePoint Services (WSS V3.0) which is licensed against your Windows 2003, or Small Business Server and is [...]