Dan Holme


Dan Holme's 18 years of experience and his impact on hundreds of thousands of IT professionals and business decision makers have earned him a reputation as one of the world's most respected consultants, authors, and experts on Microsoft technologies. Dan, a native of Colorado, resident of Maui, and graduate of Yale, has been recognized as an MVP for six years, and one of the top ten partner MVPs in the world. Dan has penned hundreds of articles for SharePoint Pro Magazine and numerous best-selling books for Microsoft Press. Dan served as the Microsoft Technologies Consultant for NBC Olympics during the broadcast of the 2012 Olympics in London, a role he also played in Torino, Beijing, and Vancouver. You can learn more about Dan, his work, and his contact information, at Dan's website, and check out his SharePoint Pro blog, Dan Holme's ViewPoint on SharePoint. Follow him on Twitter @danholme.

SharePoint Solution Vendors: Moving to a Brave New World
An analysis of SharePoint solution vendors and the effects of Office 365, Windows Azure, and other products and services on their strategies for future growth.
SharePoint SP1 and On-Premises vNext 2
SharePoint SP1 will be released in early 2014. And what about the on-premises "vNext" release of SharePoint? Dan Holme summarizes and analyzes the clarified roadmap for SharePoint in Office 365 and on-premises.
Office 365 External Sharing Improvements 1
Office 365 improved the user experience and manageability of the sharing feature, particularly sharing with external users.
Lenovo IdeaCentre All-in-One
Black Friday 2013: Tablet, Laptop, and Device Reviews in Black-and-White or Color
For holiday gift-giving and "Black Friday" too, technology expert Dan Holme reviews laptops, tablets, convertibles, and other new devices.
Unified Excellent User Experience is Also Dead ... [Part 2] 1
In Part II of a series, Dan Holme exposes the trends that are leading to the death of unified and excellent user experiences.
What Makes the SharePoint Conference 2014 Different, and Valuable?
Microsoft SharePoint Conference 2014 will be the first event where major announcements will deliver immediately actionable value, without requiring a significant upgrade project.
Branding Is Dead and So Are ... [Part I] 1
In Part I of a series, Dan Holme exposes the trends that are leading to the death of branding corporate solutions.
Doing Good for Your SharePoint Service Does Good for Typhoon Victims: Operation ShareLove
Dux Raymond Sy came up with an idea to help victims of Typhoon Haiyan in the Philippines: SharePoint consulting by the best in the industry to anyone who donates to the cause.
Microsoft Threats in the Rear-View Mirror May Be Closer Than They Appear
Microsoft has to work harder than ever to defend itself against competitors in the new world of services. Google, particularly, presents a case study in both the opportunities and the challenges Microsoft faces.
SharePoint Conference 2014: Launch and Announcement Wish List
Microsoft's announcements and launches at the SharePoint Conference 2014 rock the world! Well, at least if they announce even a few of the things on Dan Holme's SPC2014 "wish list."
Yam-Away, Y'All! Yammer Licensing Changes Approach the No-Brainer
Yammer is now free for Office 365 Enterprise subscribers, and can be extended to external users without additional licensing.
SPC2014: Message Heard, Loud and Clear?
What does the Top 56 Sessions List for the SharePoint Conference 2014 reveal about Microsoft's evolving relationship with its customers?
SharePoint Conference 2014, March 3-6, 2014, Las Vegas, NV
SharePoint Conference 2014: Bring the Boss, Bring the Business!
Microsoft revealed tracks and the Top 56 sessions for the upcoming SharePoint Conference in Las Vegas, Nevada, March 3-6, 2014. There's great content not just for developers and IT pros, but for executives and business users as well!
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Use Group Policy to Control SharePoint Installations
Use Group Policy to block or allow SharePoint installation, so you can manage the proliferation of unapproved farms, and better control licensing costs.
Release Weeks 2013: Microsoft Delivers Big, at Cloud Speed
Microsoft's big releases this month deliver on the 12-month lifecycle that the company promised. Microsoft is now moving at cloud speed.

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