All posts by Justin Singer

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Jan'13

Office 365 Migration Tips

Much has been written about Office 365 – I won’t attempt to compete with it. I’d just like to do two things: offer a brief opinion to throw my hat in the ring and throw out a few practical tips for some very specific use cases. For starters, my opinion: Office 365 is pretty impressive. For a few bucks a user/month, you can scale all the way from simple hosted e-mail for users to full scale hosted e-mail, Lync, Web apps, etc. Pricing as you scale is very reasonable. As someone who has led the ground up design of in-house IT infrastructure for mid-size organizations, I can attest to the fact that there is a LOT that goes into setting up and maintaining infrastructure successfully. Office 365 is ridiculously simple to setup.

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Jan'13

Important Considerations for your SharePoint Implementation Project Plan (Part 3)

This is the third post of a six part posting series that provides important considerations for embarking on your SharePoint implementation. I’m not claiming there are ONLY 6 considerations, or that these are definitively the 6 most important, but I am claiming they’re important enough to be pretty darn close to the top.

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Jan'13

Important Considerations for your SharePoint Implementation Plan (Part 2)

This is the second post of a six part posting series that provides important considerations for embarking on your SharePoint implementation. I’m not claiming there are ONLY 6 considerations, or that these are definitively the 6 most important, but I am claiming they’re important enough to be pretty darn close to the top.

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Jan'13

Important Considerations for Implementing SharePoint 2013 (Part 1)

This post begins the first of a six part posting series that provides important considerations for embarking on your SharePoint implementation. I’m not claiming there are ONLY 6 considerations, or that these are definitively the 6 most important, but I am claiming they’re important enough to be pretty darn close to the top.

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