Month: November 2013

eBooks & Blogs from European SharePoint Training Week
eBooks & Blogs from European SharePoint Training Week
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As part of European SharePoint Training Week, we have a range of superb eBooks and insightful blogs by some of the leading experts in the SharePoint industry. Contributors include; Edin Kapic, Asif Rehmani, André Vala, Thorbjørn Værp, Geoff Evelyn, Bill Ayers, Eric Riz, Christian Buckley, Paolo Pialorsi, Mikael Svenson, Liam Cleary and Oliver Wirkus

What’s next in Yammer/SharePoint integration – November 2013 Updates
What’s next in Yammer/SharePoint integration – November 2013 Updates
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Microsoft has recently rolled out new elements of their integration roadmap between Yammer and SharePoint /Office 365 (For background, here’s the announcement.) There’s a lot to it, including new mobile clients and the ability to launch new discussions directly from documents in SharePoint Online. But let’s focus on email integration and Yammer Enterprise.

How Much Knowledge Do You Have To Support SharePoint?
How Much Knowledge Do You Have To Support SharePoint?
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As anyone working with SharePoint and trying to get people to use solutions provided will know – you simply cannot guarantee any success concerning the usage of any SharePoint solution, if the relevant support provided is not ‘good’ enough in the eyes of those using the solution.

Knowing How Is Not Enough
Knowing How Is Not Enough
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As a SharePoint consultant I am faced with technical decisions every day. These decisions are usually centred on how we should implement a specific functionality in SharePoint or how to approach a problem from the technological perspective. Sometimes, however, I can’t resist thinking that in the overall scheme of things our technical expertise is not enough.

User License Enforcement in SharePoint 2013
User License Enforcement in SharePoint 2013
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Amongst the several new features included in SharePoint 2013, there is one that I have unfairly overlooked until just recently and that is User License Enforcement. I say unfairly because it’s a feature that has been requested for a long time and I believe it deserves more attention than it has been receiving.

What’s new on Office 365 BI?
What’s new on Office 365 BI?
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Finally, Microsoft has taken a step forward in Office 365 BI.
One of the most requested features is implemented in this brand new version: The possibility to connect on our on-premise data sources and have our excel spreadsheets updated, but not the last: