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. See more of Dan's work on the SharePoint Pro website and blog. Follow him on Twitter @danholme.

SharePoint 2010 Lists 1
If I put up a SharePoint 2010 server online, would it help you as a tool to “see” some of what SharePoint 2010 has to offer?
SharePoint: Garbage and Governance - 14 Dec 2009
SharePoint's content database is worth managing carefully.
SharePoint and Social Networking: You Gotta Have A Purpose 2
Step 1 to using SharePoint for social networking is to know why you want to use social networking in the first place.
SharePoint 2007 Updates and SharePoint 2010 Prereqs
Are you ready for SharePoint 2010? Are you updated on MOSS 2007? Here's resources to help.
SharePoint 2010 and the Social-Networking Tsunami
Social networking has taken many businesses by surprise, but if you're considering SharePoint 2010, you have the chance to make social networking work for you.
SharePoint and Office Betas Released
SharePoint 2010 and Office 2010 betas are here and boy are they cool!
MOSS 2007 and SharePoint 2010: Walking the line between past and future - 10 Nov 2009
Scalability and virtualization issues in SharePoint 2007 are much improved in SharePoint 2010.
Current SharePoint Version Updates and Next Version Updates
SharePoint gurus abound; we've collected the best third-party and Microsoft websites. Plus, check out a site running on SharePoint 2010 beta 1.
SharePoint Wish List: Does SharePoint 2010 Deliver? - 26 Oct 2009
All but SharePoint's most vociferous evangelists acknowledge it has gaps. Here's a wish list of what SharePoint experts wish--and an assessment of whether SP 2010 delivers--or not.
SharePoint 2010 Revealed - 19 Oct 2009 1
The SharePoint ecosystem has exploded--witness the 7,000 attendees at the Microsoft SharePoint Conference 2009 and the thousands of products coming to the marketplace to support SharePoint.
Where to Get the Scoop on SharePoint's User Profiles
Want to learn more about SharePoint user profiles? Start with these resources.
Six SharePoint Potholes 2
Potholes in the road to implementing Microsoft Office SharePoint Server (MOSS) and Windows SharePoint Services (WSS) can cause an implementation to go in the wrong direction, slow down, or even come to a stop. Here's what you need to know to avoid them.
Making History - 19 Jan 2009
History-making events and history making software releases.
Bridging SharePoint's Faults - 22 Dec 2008
These tips will get you past some SharePoint irritations, such as remembering the port number for Central Administration, accessing the Stsadm command, and the absence of many command line administration tasks.
Getting Started with SharePoint
If you’re looking for a starting point for a better understanding of Microsoft Office SharePoint Server (MOSS) 2007 or Windows SharePoint Services (WSS) 3.0, this book is for you. Whether you have some knowledge of SharePoint or are just starting your exploration, you’ll come away with a better understanding of SharePoint’s features and functionality.
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