DynamicPoint’s products are built entirely within SharePoint, so each new release gives us an opening to expand our feature set. It is a great advantage for us as we can ride the wave of innovation being provided by a … Read More
At DynamicPoint we are busy … Read More
Even though it has been a month since Convergence 2015 the session guide still sits on my desk. I have some weird mind block in discarding it as it continues to remind me of the main messages from the conference, … Read More
When it’s time to make to the move from SharePoint 2010 to SharePoint 2013, the site you see when you upgrade might not be the site you were expecting.
In a recent post on the Microsoft SharePoint Team Blog, … Read More
At some point either during development or setup of a farm, you might have to remove SharePoint 2013 and re-install. Like 2010, the SharePoint uninstall does so pretty cleanly but with some caveats.
For one (just like 2010), the … Read More
After an installation of SharePoint 2013 (upgrade or even if from bare metal), you may begin to see errors that state “Missing Server Site Dependencies” in which SharePoint says that there are [MissingWebPart] errors in the Administration Database.
One of … Read More
This month all the buzz has been about SharePoint vNext. Microsoft has now released a “Preview” of SharePoint 2013. It boasts a sleek new UI and some fancy integrations with Exchange mailboxes, other social media websites, and a new App … Read More
While upgrading or migrating to a new version of SharePoint can be time consuming, it is often worth the effort. That said, sometimes it’s difficult to know where to start. For an in depth description of the process, you can … Read More
Recently, Caroline Marwitz discussed ten things businesses should think about before migrating their SharePoint infrastructure to the cloud. Obviously, this type of decision is a big move and it shouldn’t be taken lightly. As popular as “the cloud” is, does … Read More
If you’ve caught wind of Microsoft Office 365, you may wonder what makes it so different than the more standard Microsoft Office 2010. In a nutshell, Office 365 takes all of the original Microsoft Office functionality and moves it into … Read More