COFES 2010, Maieutic Parataxis and PLM Excels
Key Success of SharePoint – What Should PLM Learn?
I’ve been thinking about Microsoft SharePoint success in enterprise organizations. For the last few years Microsoft leapfrog in their ability to provide SharePoint-based solutions. I will put below few points that in my view are the foundation of this SharePoint success. 1. Basic solution for share files and portal availability….
PLM Prompt: Office and SharePoint 2010 public betas now available for download
Microsoft finally made available beta versions of Office 2010 and SharePoint 1010 yesterday. So, I finally have an account to try it out. What are the most interesting scenarios to test in my view? 1. Accessing external data using SharePoing 2010 composites. 2. Collaboration with people outside of your organization…
SharePoint 2010 Communities and PLM Social Demands
Why PLM Need to Learn about SharePoint 2010 Composites?
Some technology and infrastructure thinking today coming out of SharePoint Conference in Las Vegas, NV. Without going to more systematic analyzes what Microsoft presented in future coming SharePoint 2010 version (beta is planned in November and release is next year), I’d like to go straight ahead and talk about very…
PLM, Microsoft and Open Source Party
The following publication drove my attention last week. Microsoft is jumping more and more in this Open Source. “Now, Microsoft has unveiled an organization it says will help open source work with commercial software organizations – the CodePlex Foundation. Microsoft is also the Foundation’s sole funder, having donated $1m –…
PLM Prompt: Product Data Visualization in MS Excel 2010
PLM Prompt: Microsoft Kills Mashups and focus on SharePoint
Interesting prompt related to Mashup services. I just heard that Microsoft will discontinue their Popfly mashup service on Aug-24. Minute of silence, please. Popfly was one of the coolest mashup services I knew. Actually, I’ve seen Popfly as a type of services that can be promising also for various PLM-like…