Executive Considerations for SharePoint 2013 – Reviewing for new expansion

SharePoint has been around for over 10 years, making the software a strong contender in the enterprise marketplace. It is the dominant software for creating organizational intranets with a recent Read More

 

I frequently get asked “What is SharePoint?” or “What does SharePoint do?”.

The short answer is that it is a collaboration portal solution that can connect people to their teams, organizations, customers, documents and more. But that description barely even … Read More

 

Regardless of how much training you get ahead of time or how much research you’ve done, once you get into the day-to-day use of a new technology solution, there will come a time when you’ll have a quick question or … 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

 

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

 

The single biggest question people have been asking me about SharePoint 2010 is “should I use SharePoint Search or FAST Search?”.  Many people wondered why they should have to pay more for top-quality search tools.

Well, all of the … Read More

 

When I first saw the news that SharePoint 2013 would not include the Design View, I thought it was a joke.  By removing Design View, it takes away a tool that allows power users to make changes to the system … Read More

 

Previously you could store, share, and sync personal files in Microsoft SkyDrive and do the same with professional files in your “Shared Documents” in SharePoint.  In SharePoint 2013, that capability is coming together in SkyDrive Pro.

In the … Read More

 

While the big news items around SharePoint 2013 tend to center around social collaboration, the new SharePoint has a whole lot more to offer – easier content management for starters.

Whether you are using SharePoint for an Internet, intranet, or … Read More

 

Microsoft bought Yammer for a $1.2 billion price tag on June 25, 2012. This is a big move, as yet another tech startup is swallowed by a massive player in the software industry. The purchase reflects the growing importance of Read More

 

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