This article will show how you can use OneNote in combination with SharePoint 2013 and Outlook 2013 as an alternative for the meeting workspaces in SharePoint 2010.
When it comes to using SharePoint document libraries, one of the most common questions is, Can I use folders for content organization? The consistent answer that the SharePoint community seems to be pushing is, “No” – but when does this change? Have a read…
In this article, we are going to edit the standard Views (forms) produced by Access and create a couple of Macros to automate things.
The main goal of this article is to show you how you could try to achieve the cloud SLA of Microsoft; if even that is quite very difficult.
It is always the same. After people get in touch with SharePoint and start working with document libraries, custom lists or some of the provided lists (like Tasklist) they like the way to share and to see their data like a dashboard.
Since Microsoft has moved to a Cloud first approach with Office 365 some challenge came to light when it comes to the handling of events in SharePoint 2013 (Online). In the good ol’ days we would open up our Visual Studio and without hesitation write an awesome Event Receiver and deploy it as a Farm Solution. These days are over as we all well know.
In the wake of increasingly complex IT architectures that are prevalent in companies, the cost to control medium and large IT projects increases disproportionately as integration, interfaces and requirements become more time consuming and non-transparent. To counter this trend requires standardized development and especially a project management methodology with defined interfaces, input and output artifacts and a best practice model. One solution is the SharePoint Project Management as a Service (SPaaS) approach, which combines the flexibility of a catalog-based approach to the security of a fixed price offer.
Often SharePoint owners and specialists focus on the latest feature in SharePoint, which tend to have a certain degree of technicality built in to it. Despite addressing concrete issues, these features are often targeted very few people in the organization.