Olympic Unlimited has released a new version of their Microsoft Word export add-in for Mindjet 14, MindManager map files.
Named WordX, this add-in allows you to assign a specific Word template, mark topics for export then export your map.
As many of you already know, I use Mindjet 14 (MindManager) extensively to document SharePoint designs. The built-in export tools, found in Mindjet 14, do work but they provide limited functionality. I need the ability to specifically mark topics for export and assign specific export attributes.
I have exercised WordX extensively, with maps containing more than 5000 topics, and it works like a charm!
If you are a Mindjet user, this is a must have add-in.
I will write more on this topic in the near future. In the meantime, download a trial copy and give it a shot. I think you’ll be hooked…
The Silicon Valley SharePoint User Group (SVSPUG) would like to invite you to our next meeting:
Meetings are held on the 3rd Thursday of every month starting at 5:30 pm and ending at 8:00 pm.
|Date||Thursday June 19th, 2014|
|Time||5:30 p.m. – 8:00 p.m.|
|Location||Santa Clara Valley Transportation Authority|
|3331 North First Street, Building “A” Auditorium|
|San Jose, CA 95134|
|(Parking in the back of the building)|
SharePoint 2013 Collaboration in the Cloud – Office 365
In this session, – Ulysses Lugwig, will discuss the following topics:
Office 365 has come out strong in 2013 with many organizations choosing to add Office 365 in their enterprise agreements with Microsoft. Where SharePoint 2010 and 2013 on premise both have promising features for external collaboration, many companies instead use box or dropbox due to firewall limitations, security, and complex forms based authentication that simply make SharePoint too complex. However, with this surge in Office 365 subscriptions, now pushing 100 million users’, there’s an incredible opportunity to start using SharePoint as an external collaborative tool. In this presentation we will show you real world examples of how organizations are using Office 365 for external collaboration including items such as branding, automatic document uploading, external sharing caveats, and, of course, custom application development.
Food and Beverage Sponsor
We would like to thank Learn iT! for sponsoring food and beverage at this meeting. Please take a moment to learn more about our sponsor.
Learn iT! has provided SharePoint training to businesses globally since SharePoint’s beginning. Working closely with SharePoint developers internally, we custom programs that can better focus on the needs of each identified group.
- Classes taught at your location in your Environment
- Classes at our office in Santa Clara, San Francisco , New York or Live Online
- Audience: IT Pro-Developer-Site Admins-End Users
Common Scenarios which Initiate a SharePoint Learning Program
- Migration to a newer version of SharePoint
- Introducing SharePoint new to your organization
- When re-releasing or the second introduction of SharePoint because of lower adoption
- Using SharePoint to help improve current process
- Document Management Solutions; Records Management, Intranet
Why Choose Learn iT!
- Training Experts & SharePoint Experts
- Experienced in helping other organizations with similar situations
- Train in your own environment
- Flexible in delivery style whether you learn hands on or need to just attend a few seminars
- Customizing content to target specific to your goals
Learn more about Learn iT! SharePoint training at www.learnit.com/sharepoint
As a Microsoft Gold Partner, Learn iT! understands the robust and dynamic nature of the IT world. We consistently offer the most in-demand certification courses to help your network infrastructure operate efficiently and migrate seamlessly.
I am honored to be chosen to speak at the SharePoint Saturday Sacramento (#SPSSAC) event, on May 31 of this year; just a couple weeks away.
I will be speaking on the topic of Records Management and how to accomplish Records Management tasks using Microsoft SharePoint 2013 technologies. I will describe what records management is, and demonstrate a number of features that can be used, in SharePoint 2013, to meet your organizations records management initiatives.
I would like to thank all of those who have given their time to organize this event. I know what it takes to do so and it is a lot of work.
I would also like to thank the sponsors; without them, this wouldn’t be possible!
If you haven’t already done so, PLEASE REGISTER!
May 31, 2014
The Northern California SharePoint Community is proud to host the 3rd SharePoint Saturday Sacramento
Join fellow SharePoint colleagues in attending over 25 sessions presented by MVPs, MCMs and other SharePoint leaders. Topics include:
- SharePoint 2013/2010
- Office 365 / SPO
- Business Intelligence
- Case Studies
- Social & Mobile with SharePoint Reporting
- And more …
This event is FREE and open to the public. Network, learn and immerse yourself in tips, tricks and ideas from leading SharePoint Experts from around the country.
WHERE & WHEN
Patrick Hayes Learning Center
2700 Gateway Oaks Drive
Sacramento, CA 95833
Saturday, May 31, 2014
8:00 AM to 5:00 PM (PST)
Registration is required to attend.
Continental breakfast, snacks and lunch are included. Parking is free, but space is limited.
Register now at http://spssac2014.eventbrite.com
On March 6, 2014, I will be a panel member at the Northern California ARMA Seminar. I am honored the Northern California ARMA would invite me to be a panel member and am looking forward to it.
This should be very informative and I hope to see you there!
Who is ARMA?
ARMA International is a not-for-profit professional association and the authority on governing information as a strategic asset.
The association was established in 1955. Its approximately 27,000+ members include information managers, information governance professionals, archivists, corporate librarians, imaging specialists, legal professionals, IT managers, consultants, and educators, all of whom work in a wide variety of industries, including government, legal, healthcare, financial services, and petroleum in the United States, Canada, and more than 30 other countries around the globe.
ARMA International offers invaluable resources such as: •Legislative and regulatory updates
•Standards and best practices
•Technology trends and applications
•Live and Web-based education
•Marketplace news and analysis
•Books & videos on managing records and information
•Global network of 27,000+ information management professionals and more than 10,000 professional members
ARMA International publishes Information Management magazine, the only professional journal specifically for professionals who manage information as part of their job description. The award-winning IM magazine is published bi-monthly and features articles on the hottest topics in information governance today, as well as marketplace news and analysis.
Join us at the Silicon Valley SharePoint User Group, on February 20, to learn more about SharePoint 2013 App Model development techniques. Brian Prigge, from Ramp, will be delivering our session, discussing how to leverage SaaS applications using the SharePoint 2013 app model.
This should be an interesting and informative discussion; we hope to see you there!
|Speaker:||Brian Prigge (Ramp)|
|Topic:||Leveraging SaaS Applications Using the SharePoint App Model|
|Description:||Historically, SaaS applications have been disparate causing end user confusion and leading to poor user acceptance. With that advent of SharePoint 2013 and the new App Model, developers can bring those applications under one roof in either SharePoint Online or SharePoint Server without disenchanting end-users or frightening the IT pros. As with any new development model, there are significant benefits, but also significant challenges. I’ll review experiences from real-world projects and how to integrate SAAS services with SharePoint 2013. Attendees will learn important tips and best practices for how to leverage the App Model to augment a SharePoint Server 2013 or SharePoint Online environment, while maintaining a consistent look and feel, emphasizing searchability, and ensuring security.|
|About Brian Prigge:||Brian Prigge is a SharePoint Architect with RAMP, where he leads the implementation of SaaS-based architectures into custom SharePoint integrations. He has been working with SharePoint for over five years and has a deep knowledge of both the solutions model and the app model for custom SharePoint development. He has worked in many major verticals ranging from pharmaceuticals to financial services. He specializes in designing and developing custom solutions to complex business problems.’’Prior to his position at RAMP, Brian worked as a SharePoint Consultant and Trainer for a Chicago-based consultancy and as an engineer at a prominent automotive security company. He has worked with a wide range of farm sizes and throughout the entire project lifecycle, allowing him to provide a well-rounded perspective on the complex nature of SharePoint.|
|Meeting Location:||Valley Transit Authority (VTA)
3331 North First Street
San Jose, CA 95134
United States of America
|Meeting Date:||February 20, 2014|
|Meeting Time:||5:30pm to 6:00pm – Arrive
6:00pm to 7:00pm – Session
7:00pm to 7:30pm – Q&A
7:30pm to 8:00pm – Raffle and Wrap-up
I wanted to wish everyone a Happy New Year 2014. I am looking forward to a good year; meeting new friends and getting some vacation time in!
This is a new blog, starting in 2014, as my previous blog was deleted. I intend on focusing on SharePoint 2013 knowledge management, document management and records management.