There’s been a lot of confusion about web parts and apps and where they belong these days. This 3 part series focuses on main differences. This part is geared towards business users, the IT pro and Dev editions are coming. Enjoy!
Check out this exclusive video clip from Jared Spataro talking about the exciting new features of SharePoint 2013!
During a project we got the request to change a special picture in SharePoint. Because it is an Office 365 / SharePoint Online environment and the picture is located under https://%YourSite%/_layouts/images/…. We cannot change the picture with SharePoint Designer or directly in the file system.
In this episode and old friend of the show, Sahil Malik, returns to tell us about what he’s been up to, to gripe about his Windows 8 experiences, and to share some of his thoughts about SharePoint 2013, workflows, development environments, apps and more. Surgeon General’s warning – this show includes some dangerously bad jokes and poor humour!
SharePoint Server 2013 introduces a new capability called Request Management. Request Management allows SharePoint to understand more about, and control the handling of, incoming requests. Request Management employs a rules based approach, which enables SharePoint to take the appropriate action for a given request based upon administrator supplied configuration.
I’ve been delaying enough and it’s now time to write what’s this year’s SharePoint Conference was all about.
Well, this time it was a big one, of course due to SharePoint 2013 being RTM.
10,000 people attended this year
WIFI was pretty much down for the first 2 days
On average there was about 15 sessions per time slot (split between business, IT Pro, and Dev)
The SharePoint Conference is always a great event, but when it matches the launch of a new SharePoint version it rises to a whole other level. According to Jeff Spataro, this is the largest SharePoint Conference to date with:
From 85 countries
Over 200 sponsors and exhibitors
Over 300 breakout sessions
45 hands-on labs
harmon.ie today announced its 2nd annual list of the “top 25 most influential online SharePoint influencers.” And the announcement couldn’t be more timely, considering the spate of innovative new technology releases, such as Windows 8, Office 2013, SharePoint 2013 and Office 365. As today’s companies strive to become as nimble as possible to address the changing needs of the organization, they need to rely upon top influencers to guide them in navigating the complex multi-platform technology environment.