I will be doing a webinar on December 17, 1-2pm(EST) on "Key Success Factors for Enterprise Content Management" and thinking of it makes me look back at how technology has gone a long way in helping … more
As you may know by now, on Nov 8, 2013 , the deadliest typhoon ever recorded in history devastated the Philippines. Typhoon Haiyan was stronger than hurricanes Katrina and Sandy combined. Countless … more
Recently, I have done several conference sessions, trainings and workshops and keep doing in the rest of the year. My latest presentations have been uploaded to SlideShare:
Solving Real World … more
The search engines modified the old method of search a couple of years ago: the principal theme of "ten blue lines" has been removed and changed. Earlier, the goal of every online business was to be … more
As a proud member of the Advisory Board, I'm happy to announce that Call for Sessions is now open for Enterprise Search Europe 2014.
Join us to learn the strategies and develop the skill sets … more
In SharePoint 2013 Search, we have Content Sources and Result Sources.
We have Result Sources, Result Types, Result Blocks and Result Sets.
Not to mention Query Rules and Query Builder that one can … more
Although I've been working with Content Management and Search for years, I was not focusing on SEO of my blog at all for a long time.
Why? - First, because, I was writing just for fun. I started my … more
If you follow any SharePoint addicted guys/gals on twitter and/or on Facebook, you can see more and more "Just received the confirmation, I'll be speaking at #ESPC14" and "Barcelona. SharePoint. Good … more
As you might know, I've made a 4-hour online class on SharePoint 2013 Search Capabilities, with very good feedbacks.
As an addition to this online training, a video series is available now for those … more
Working with search for years has given me a lot of experience with Content Sources as well as a lot of questions about them, like "should I create one huge content source or would be better to split … more
Earley & Associates is North America’s premier information architecture, taxonomy, and governance consulting firm I've been working for a while on existing and upcoming SharePoint training … more
Summer season has been very quiet, at least from the events perspective. I've been spending most of the time with my family, trying to relax as much as possible and getting prepared for the Autumn " … more
Recently I've been working with a customer where my job was to make their SQL based content management system searchable in SharePoint. Nice challenge. One of the best ones was what I call "time … more
After a long preparation phase since I've made the decision, finally I moved my web site to a new platform, with new and hopefully better user experience. A couple of years ago, I moved from … more
Last week, I had a very intense schedule. Usually I don't like doing more than one event at the same week but this was an exception.
First, I was honored to speak at Enterprise Search Europe in … more
I always use this in my conference sessions, as 1) makes the understanding of Search much easier, 2) takes the attendees attention, 3) describes the Search use cases very well.
So here is, how I see … more
In SharePoint 2013, one can create dynamic metadata navigation, using the benefits of both Managed Metadata and Search. The result is a dynamic navigation, build in by a taxonomy, showing the current … more
There are more and more SharePoint events in Europe, thus I do more and more speaking here. The biggest upcoming conference is certainly the SharePoint Evolutions Conference in London, April 15-17. … more
My Search Troubleshooting session is one of the most popular ones, and definitely one of my favorites. I've been working on its use cases from conference to conference, built on my experiences as … more
I'm excited to announce I'm doing a 4-hour Online Class on Thu, 16 May for those who want to learn about the Search capabilities and features available in SharePoint 2013.
This is a jam-packed … more