Businesses are understandably resistant to new tools when things already seem to be going well, and may become even more conservative when things take a turn for the worse. That’s one reason why businesses who have heard of SharePoint may Read More

 

If you are using SharePoint for your intranet or employee portal, you know how valuable it is for sharing documents and data. But did you know that it can also share and display data in meaningful ways to individuals across … Read More

 

Do We REALLY Need Document Management?

Surprisingly, this is a question many of us never think to ask. For most organizations, small and large the signs and symptoms of needing a better way to manage content are far too implicit and isolated to notice. Below are … Read More

 

Step by Step: A BCS Overview

We’re often asked about what SharePoint’s Business Connectivity Service (BCS) in SharePoint 2010 and 2013  can be used for and how difficult it is to set up. While the short answer is pretty simple … Read More

 

So depending on whom you read, the statistics on companies that have a proper business continuity plan and/or disaster recovery plans is staggering and NOT in a good way. According to the SBA, more than half of small companies have … Read More

 

Help – We’re not seeing User Ratings in SharePoint!

A common issue unfortunately – yes, it’s great they gave us User Ratings in SharePoint but for cryin’ out loud, how are we supposed to use them?

Let’s look at the Read More

 

Does your company use corporate cards that have been issued to employees?  If so, you like most organizations may find it very difficult to keep tabs on all of the expenses that are being racked up.  Don’t get all tied 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

 

For most developers, working with SharePoint in production environments can be quite a mystery. If you’ve ever been hit in the head from behind and turn to see nothing, that’s kind of the feeling. When something goes wrong within a Read More

 

As we’ve all come under tight times these days, it seems that the working environment around SharePoint is changing dramatically. As the usage of the product has grown, so has the cottage industry around it. 

While it is true that Read More