My first blog post at End User SharePoint has been published (Mark thank you for inviting me).

SharePoint comes with really cool web parts for presenting key performance indicators, but these are only available in the Enterprise edition. If you are running Windows SharePoint Services or SharePoint Server Standard, it is not available. Which SharePoint technology is right for you?

In this article I will create the same KPIs as Mark did in Part 1, but I will use only Windows SharePoint Services functionality. In order to do that you will need Microsoft Office SharePoint Designer 2007. The only limitation of this concept is that you can only build KPIs on top of data stored in SharePoint lists. Read more…

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