Adam Cogan sat down with Michael Doyle – SharePoint Architect at Waggener Edstrom (Microsft’s PR company) – to talk about SharePoint 2013.
Michael talks about SharePoint 2010 and 2013 replication:
- How it works well when it is just a simple list with records and videos synchronizing between India and the USA.
- How he makes the scenario simple by separating into a site collection without additional complexities such as SharePoint features (that is a component inside a wsp package).
He also talks about his highlight of SharePoint 2013:
- Community sites (aka forums) with points and gamification (like Stack Overflow)
Then Adam asks the question “What investment would you like made in SharePoint if you were the boss (Jeff Teper)?”
- Better social + Yammer integration
- Better WCM including PayPal
About the speakers
Michael Doyle is a Senior Architect as Waggener Edstrom and has been working with SharePoint almost exclusively for a decade.
He is a frequent speaker and blogger. He is the author of the Microsoft Press book “Customizing My Site in SharePoint 2010”.
Michael brings this breadth of experience to the SharePoint table and enjoys helping people get the most out of the product. When he is not working on SharePoint you can find him enjoying the outdoors in a variety of ways from diving to hiking to just lying on the beach.
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