Monday, March 19, 2007

Another SharePoint Blog is born….

Hi, everyone. Get excited because Nicola Young is here with a new SharePoint blog. Over the next few months I will be focusing my blogging on SharePoint Designer and the Information Worker. I will try to be a dedicated blogger, but if I get to slacking feel free to let me know. (It will keep me motivated)

I guess a little bit about me will be a good start. My husband is the one and only SharePoint Farmer, Shane Young. I have been working with SharePoint exclusively for over a year now. I am an owner/consultant for SharePoint911 and a trainer for SharePoint Solutions. Many of you may have met me at any of the previous SharePoint Conferences, i.e Advisor, SharePoint Connections, Tech Ed, and SharePoint Solutions Information Worker Conference, as I am always around the SharePoint Solutions Booth.

With that said, stop by the SharePoint Solutions booth at SharePoint Connections and say Hello. And of course, check back here for more posts.


 

Nicola Young – SharePoint Help

4 comments:

Oskar said...

There's never enough SharePoint info. So I added your blog to SharePointSearch.info's list of blogs and SharePoint sites to index.

Prakash said...

Hello Nicole,

If U need any help on SharePoint

I will be more than happy to assist you

Prakash said...

Hello Nicole,

If U need any help on SharePoint

I will be more than happy to assist you



Thanks,
SharePoint Administrator

Sharepointengine said...

Great blog.
SharePoint is a fastest growing product and is implemented by over 18000 companies all over the world. It provides you various benefits

Helps you to share work files from a central place.
Helps you to create, manage, and store content across the organization using document library.

o Provides access control and revision control in the document library.

o Enables you to create interactive reports in a consistent way throughout the organization.
o Enables you to connect and collaborate with other individuals or team in the organization regardless of where they are located by creating information portals on Intranet, Extranet, or Internet sites. 
o Helps you to manage the business processes of the organization. It helps you to plan and monitor the performance of a process. 
o Enables every individual of the organization to participate in decision making tasks of the organization. 
o Provides search module to find the required data and information from a large number of files within less time. 
o Helps you to create and maintain sites easily and quickly. You can create consistent sites using templates with minimal efforts and time. Anyone can create any type of site, such as departmental sites, document libraries, meetings sites, survey sites, or discussion boards, based on the organization's requirement.

jolly

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