European SharePoint Community Blog

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7 Criteria Your Quality Management System Must Meet

21 November 2014 by Tracy O'Connell

In the past, the term quality referred specifically to the quality of a product. Nowadays, “quality” has a much broader scope. Quality means quality of the company organization and all related products and processes.

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eBook: 111 Hot New Features in SharePoint 2013

21 November 2014 by Benjamin Niaulin and Sébastian Leduc, ShareGate

Benjamin Niaulin and Sébastian Leduc created this eBook that brings together 111 new features or updates from the previous vision that were noticeable.

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Today's Friday Funny: IT No Worky

21 November 2014 by Declan Clancy

Click in for a sneak peak of our week

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TRANSFORM SP 2010 SOLUTION TO 2013 SOLUTION

21 November 2014 by Usman Akram

In order to convert our complete web applications to SharePoint 2013 environment, for sure we need to update all our solution to the recent SharePoint 2013 environment. There are many things that need to be considered there. Let's look at some of these:

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Business Value of Social Computing (I)

20 November 2014 by Edin Kapic, MVP, Beezy, Spain

Hello there! I'd like to start a new series of posts where I want to highlight and demystify the benefits of introducing and extending enterprise social networks (ESN) in companies. There is a lot of material online about the social networks, with diverging and even contradictory findings. I would like to present a summary of the most important points that link social networks and business. I will not talk about a specific technology such as Beezy or Yammer or SharePoint, but about the underlying business value.

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MVP TakeOver – Adis Jugo

19 November 2014 by Adis Jugo

This Month Adis Jugo is the MVP in control of our blog. See what he had to say!

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ESPC15, Stockholm Sponsorship Opportunities Open

19 November 2014 by Mary Cadden

Europe's largest SharePoint event is entering a new and exciting chapter, broadening the focus from SharePoint to Office 365. The 2014 event was hugely successful for sponsors. 98% of partners said they were pleased with the number of visitors to their stand and that it delivered the audience they were expecting.

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Michael Greth talks with Mike Fitzmaurice

17 November 2014 by Michael Greth

Michael Greth interviews Mike Fitzmaurice, VP Nintex, about SharePoint at the SharePoint User Group Berlin on October 13th 2014. Watch now & hear what news Mike has for Michael Greth.

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Friday Funny: The average work week goes something like this!

14 November 2014 by Declan Clancy

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SharePoint, Office 365 and Mobile Apps

13 November 2014 by Bill Ayers, MCM, UK

In an earlier article I discussed SharePoint Mobile and the range of options for developing mobile SharePoint solutions ranging from responsive web design to building native apps for each platform. Here’s another update, and this time we’re going to focus just on apps. But it’s still an enormous topic which is constantly and rapidly changing as new products, tools and frameworks come out on an almost weekly basis. Mobile is the next big thing for business now that the Bring Your Own Device genie is out of the bottle, and they probably don’t just want a web site – they want an app!