Sogeti SharePoint Round Table #10 @Linköping



Saab Group, the defence and security enterprise, hosts the 10th SharePoint Round Table in Linköping.

This conference has a focus on multilingual features in SharePoint 2010, current trends in Best Practices, Azure Cloud and the ongoing Governance discussion continues.

Agenda (Revised)

Day One

11:30 Lunch with meet & greet


Anders S Berndtsson, Saab Group, opens the conference.


Mats Stuhrmann, Sogeti, introduces the different upcoming activities.
The attending companies introduce themselves. Anders S Berndtsson presents Saab Group and their new SharePoint project.

Mutlilingual management and features on the web

How do large global corporations manage multiple languages on their local business areas? What support are there for information distribution using the world’s different languages? Matz Söderberg, Lionbridge ( the world’s largest translation company with clients such as Microsoft) presents.

Chalmers – Enterprise Search using FAST for SharePoint

Tony Ottosson Gadd, Chalmers and Tobias Lekman, Sogeti, shares their insights and experiences from the planning phase of the Enterprise Search project and the collaboration with Microsoft Consulting Services which aims to set up FAST for SharePoint for the public website and the upcoming Intranet.

Zooma – Online

Anders Björklund from Zooma talks about the online concept and its connection to marketing and online presence. An indescribable presentation – you got to be there.

Lantmännen Goes Collaboration

Stefan Hägglund, Lantmännen, and Tobias Lekman, Sogeti, shares experiences and insights from their ongoing Intranet project where collaboration is a pillar in combination with multilingual support for 14 different languages.
19:30 Dinner

Day Two


Deep Dive Dialogs


    • “The Complete Picture”, Control vs. Freedom of Information
        • Dissect Saab Group’s new SharePoint solution: good and bad?
  • Extranet/Internet collaboration on one platform
  • SharePoint: areas of usage and application
  • “Social” functions and SharePoint: what’s the alternatives?
12:30 Lunch and wrap-up

Notes to self

The sessions at Round Table sparks many interesting discussions and thoughts. Amongst many light bulb, “aha!” moments and visions I had during these days, here’s the ones that stand out (in no particular order):

  • When running workshops with people with mixed IT competence/maturity, either separate the groups or raise the competence in the group
  • Must read the books “Long Tail”, “Free” and “The Thank You Economy”
  • Must view more presentations from TED
  • Finish my LinkedIn connector package for SharePoint and publish it on CodePlex
  • Make sure that there is a project budget for the project that follow yours, such as content migration, online communication, support, training or copywriting