Seems everyone these days is a “SharePoint Architect” but 90% of the companies confuse ‘knowledge’ with actual skill. The average one out there now might know how to administrate SharePoint, maybe even install it properly but there’s always a deficiency … Read More

 

Yes!  Now, more than ever, SharePoint Online can scale to fit the needs of just about any organization, large or small.

When SharePoint Online (SPO) was initially released, it would only support up to 20,000 Active Directory entries (more specifically, … Read More

 

At the end of the year, Microsoft completed the first update to SharePoint Online.  The main goals of this update were to enable greater reach to both people and external data, while at the same time increasing the number of … Read More

 

On September 14th, Microsoft’s Director of Product Management for SharePoint, Jared Spataro, hosted a public Facebook chat where he fielded questions and made clarifications about anything and everything SharePoint.  As you might imagine, there was much discussion around the newest … Read More

 

Since its original release, SharePoint has been seen as a tool for enterprise organizations to collaborate, share, and communicate.  However, with SharePoint Online as a part of Office 365, organizations of any size can leverage these tools to enhance their … Read More

 

Microsoft has finished polishing Office 365 and is ready to sign off on the final version.  Its invitations for a June 28th launch press event began circulating last week, and CEO Steve Ballmer earlier confirmed  that the cloud-based office suite … Read More

 

The benefits of cloud computing really can help companies save money and free up IT staff so they can work on more important issues.  The question is whether the solution you need works in the cloud.

Microsoft SharePoint is a … Read More

 

Microsoft Office programs, such as Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and OneNote help companies do business more efficiently and effectively. If managed properly, these programs are a gateway to productivity. But most companies end up emailing document versions back and forth, losing … Read More