There is so much content out there on governance, it can get confusing. The most common question I get on my travels is “How do I get started?” My answer may sound overly simplistic, but it really is essential to building out your strategy: understand, get organized, and plan.
Free eBook – Real World SharePoint 2010 Indispensable Experiences From 22 MVP’S Chapter 1: Building a Perfect Test Environment for SharePoint Server 2010Blog Posts
In this chapter you learn a bit about installing Windows, setting up Active Directory (AD), adding SQL Server with Reporting Services in SharePoint Integration mode, deploying SharePoint, and then getting little things like Office and Visio on there.
This eGuide highlights proven practices and typical challenges encountered by organizations when migrating to SharePoint 2010.
Senior executives today are faced with a formidable challenge in managing their IT environments: juggling competing requirements for collaboration and participation; the explosion of big data and unstructured content; and the need for increased compliance. In this whitepaper AvePoint Senior Director of Risk Management & Compliance Dana Simberkoff explains how to get a required balance in access, security, and data protection in Microsoft SharePoint.
SharePoint 2013: Business Connectivity Services – Consuming OData in BCS using an App External Content TypeBlog Posts
As most if not all of you already know, SharePoint 2013 and Office 2013 has been released to preview/beta and is available for download from Microsoft’s download centers. In this article I will briefly introduce some exciting changes that has been made to the SharePoint 2013 Business Connectivity Services framework. I’ve written a bunch of articles on BCS for SharePoint 2010, and now it’s time to continue that track and introduce the new features available in SharePoint 2013.
During the last few years, we’ve been enabling our clients with enhanced discussion forum solutions for SharePoint 2007 and SharePoint 2010 in their intranets, extranets and public facing web sites. Given the great success of the last few years implementations of discussion solutions with our clients, we have now dedicated an entirely new initiative to manage the discussion solution suite.
A lot of new things are introduced with the SharePoint 2013 Preview, released by Microsoft just a few days ago. Many of these “things” are expected and seem as a natural continuation of existing functionality. SharePoint Apps feel a little different. It’s completely new! Or is it?