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  • 00:12

    3 Ways to Supercharge Your SharePoint Career in 2012

    in Technology

    2012 is right around the corner and is the best time to dive headfirst into a career in SharePoint! This episode of SharePoint Careers will provide 3 clear strategies to supercharge your career in SharePoint for 2012!
    Geared towards all experienced levels from seasoned SharePoint consultant to experienced IT Professional looking to transition into SharePoint Jobs, this segment will benefit all.
    Host, Shadeed Eleazer will also discuss new SharePoint resources and highlight the upcoming SharePoint Saturday Virginia which will be held on January 7th, 2012.

  • 00:40

    SharePoint Updates: Office 365

    in Technology

    SharePoint online has been a part of Office365 since it's launch. But Microsoft has announced changes, and that means new additions to this existing service.
     
    We'll cover the updates to help you understand the new updates and what it means for you!

  • 00:30

    Insights on SharePoint 2013

    in Business

    Our guest will be Joel Oleson, a social media strategist, Intranets guru and SharePoint evangelist.  He is also Managing Director at Salient6, and authors a blog as SharePoint Joel.  In this interview, Joel will talk about the recent release of SharePoint 2013, and what developers, end users and managers can expect. Topics will address most interesting SharePoint 2013 features, including new developer tools, and exciting social media and mobile functionality. We will also explore prospects for public and private sector adoption of this latest version of SharePoint.
    Joining us for Q&A will be Mack Sigman, SharePoint Architect and Practice Leader at CSC, and President of the Federal SharePoint Users Group (FEDSPUG) in Washington D.C.
    Gary Vaughan, Senior IT and Knowledge Management Advisor with Glotech at the State Department, will be the show host. Gary also provides independent SharePoint consulting in program and project management, user adoption and requirements in the D.C. area.  Notes and links discussed during this program will later be published on Gary’s blog, “Collaboration Times.”

  • 00:55

    SharePoint 2013: What's new?

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    SharePoint has been around for 13 years, and continues to evolve. But this year's new release has some exciting features you won't want to miss!
    We'll walked you through all of the latest features in this new release to help you decide if it's right for you.

  • 00:27

    SharePoint 2010

    in Business

    An interview with Jim LaRocca and Sean Bordner of SusQTech to discuss new features of SharePoint 2010, plus their upcoming SharePoint.Org Conference in Baltimore this March. We will also do a quick review of Sean's and John Stover's new book: "SharePoint for Non-Profits: the Definitive Guide to SharePoint for your NonProfit, Association, Charity and .ORG"

  • 00:46

    sharepoint a-la-mode bullhorn

    in Technology

    It's a call in show, two IT guys Patch and Switch who are talking about whatever comes up for this episode. Can you say Tangent! 


    Call in - reach out, we actually had one caller last episode, so we're doubling our interaction. ;-)


    you know what - I could write whatever I want to in here an no one would even notice. In fact - in case someone says the secret word of oscilloscope, they get a prize. 


    What's the topic? We don't know until the show starts. We have some ideas on what to talk about - but the callers shape the show!


    Three ways to connect:



    Call: (646) 595-4888 to talk to the hosts (POTS, Cell or SkypeOut)
    Skype in via the webpage, but you'll need to register on BlogTalkRadio.com site first (choose the FREE account, not paid account).
    Skype call to "PatchAndSwitch" in the Skype directory and leave a voice mail. We'll be on the air and can't take a direct Skype call, eh?


    See You Online!

  • 00:30

    Getting Energized with the SharePoint Community!

    in Business

    I will be interviewing Bonnie Surma, Vice President of the Richmond, Virginia SharePoint User Group.  She also is sponsor- manager at NothingButSharePoint.com, the largest online SharePoint community, and a consultant with TCSC, a consulting firm located in Richmond Virginia that specializes in SharePoint and .Net web application solutions.  Bonnie’s passionate involvement with the SharePoint community ranges from support for SharePoint  Saturday events to helping out with the recent Microsoft SharePoint Conference in Anaheim, CA.  Our discussion will cover such questions as:  What do users and vendors gain from SharePoint community activities?  How has the content of such events grown or changed with the introduction of SP 2010 and continued exponential growth of add-on software?  What types of online resources are particularly helpful, and assist both users and vendors in grappling with the challenge in adapting to SP 2010?  We will close the program with recommendations on upcoming events of interest.  

  • 00:30

    Measuring the Value of SharePoint Investments

    in Business

    I will be interviewing Susan Hanley, a SharePoint, Knowledge Management and Portals Consultant and a co-author of Essential SharePoint 2010.  Also joining us in the discussion will be Sarah Haase, Collaboration Manager at Best Buy.  Our interview will focus on measurement as a way to justify investment, provide feedback, and offer useful guideposts for decisions in an organization’s SharePoint journey.  We will address such points as:  proven examples of qualitative and quantitative metrics that you can immediately use for your own SharePoint projects; how to apply different measurement approaches at different phases of your SharePoint program; gaining funding for new initiatives, demonstrating the value of existing initiatives, and capturing the attention of key stakeholders; and presentation methods to tell your “measurement story.”  Please share in advance of the program any questions you would like addressed by sending a Twitter message to @glvaughan.
     

  • 00:23

    SharePoint Adoption Tips

    in Business

    I will be interviewing Veronique Palmer, Founder, SharePoint User Adoption Specialist and End User Trainer at "Lets Collaborate", as well as a SharePoint MVP.  While she is based in South Africa, Veronique and I both recently attended and met at the Microsoft SharePoint Conference in Anaheim, CA.  In general, our topic will be how to best drive user adoption of SharePoint.  We will address such questions as how to plan a user adoption strategy, tips and tricks for speeding adoption, and case examples from various enterprise user adoption experiences.  We will also discuss how a good governance framework is essential in supporting effective user adoption.  Finally, we will gather Veronique’s general impressions from SPC 2011 in Anaheim.  Please address any questions to me via Twitter @glvaughan.

  • 01:03

    Cairo Qween's Taste Of Technology with Co-Host Juarez Jackson with Jamila Brown

    in Entertainment

    Jamila Brown, TECH SUCCESS STORY, is our guest on Cairo Qween's Taste Of Technology with Co-Host Juarez Jackson, tonight @ 8 EST. I will not talk about her beauty, because she is way more than pretty! We will reference her BRAIN, it is a powerful tool. She and her business partner, Cameron Hairston come to talk Virtue Technologies, Microsoft SharePoint and other business products and WOMEN IN TECH! Call In 646.478.3474

  • 00:31

    HOW TO MANAGE YOUR STAFF VIRTUALLY

    in Business

     


     


    You are in for a great show today business owners. We are going to be talking about how to run your staff online!


    Ever wanted to know how companies can communicate and operate more efficently? Then TUNE IN ! 


    We will be discussing the benefits of using microsoft to manage your employees virtually.


    We will be discussing the employee grade,as well as business processes and how they are link directly towards employee manangement..


    Special guest will be Pablo Bergamasco.


    Pablo is a development manager for Microexcel, out of Secaucus, NJ. Hist duties there consist of Handling business advancement strategies and business processes.


    Handling business advancement strategies and business processes.