lnevitably as a SharePoint admin there will be a time where you need to use PowerShell to traverse through an entire structure of content and perform a certain task.
Today we have decided to highlight some of the SharePoint community who have already taken the challenge.
In my last post, I talked about how you can set up your SharePoint site to roll up content on different parts of the site using Content Search Web Part (CSWP).
Asif Rehmani presents a video on ‘How to Work with Tables on Webpages on SharePoint 2013’ as part of this months “How To with SharePoint 2013” Video Series
SharePoint is positioned to be one of the most chosen workflow platforms these days. Many companies are excited by the powerful capabilities of SharePoint workflow Microsoft has offered. With built-in features, you can very quickly create an approval workflow for your organization even the requirements include several rules and conditions. This apparently sounds like every letter you may have read in the Microsoft marketing documentation. Microsoft always ‘hypnotizes’ and does attract people in the business community by its writing.
I was talking with a partner this week about their interest in hiring a technical evangelist and getting more involved in the community. While evangelism job descriptions vary widely depending on the maturity of the organization – and the maturity of the community in which you do business, I was happy to share some of my experiences on what it takes to be successful in the role.
Our guest MVP for August is Benjamin Niaulin. Geek and SharePoint MVP, he have been around the globe helping people reach their goals by simplifying SharePoint. As a Certified Trainer for well over 7 years, he have become very comfortable training and sharing my experiences.
In today’s world of dynamic workplaces and dynamic projects, we are faced with a lot of challenges. We are working with various people in various teams, sometimes within our own departments only but most of the time involving people working for other departments and, not so rare, people from different companies, like partners, customers and independent consultants. I was on all of these sides and I can tell you one thing, identity managemet was always a kind of a trouble. Big companies have identity management processes and procedures in place; however, there are a lot of small or mid-sized companies which had to work around this one way or another.