Take a deep dive into SharePoint 2013, and master the intricacies for designing and implementing robust apps and other business solutions for your organization.
SPC2: Real World Scenario’s Migrating SharePoint 2010 Corporate Websites or Infrastructure to SharePoint 2013Blog Posts
Migrating a SharePoint Website or infrastructure is actually very simple, if you know how your site or infra has been set up. Otherwise, you’ll have many problems during and after the migration. Here are my 14 (hive fourteen ) attention points to take care about heavy customized site/infrastructure migrations from SharePoint 2010 to SharePoint 2013
As more and more companies continue to use the platform, Microsoft SharePoint has become a prominent collaboration tool for many organization. SharePoint is not only used to replace other collaboration tools, but also legacy content repositories such as file shares.
With the widespread growth of cloud applications, we surveyed organizations to look at adoption of the Microsoft Office 365 platform. The survey addressed how organizations are utilizing Office 365 and SharePoint, where they have limitations, what applications they are using from the platform, and how organizations perceive the security of Office 365 for controlling sensitive data.
Starting in the late nineties, most middle sized and large companies have been using an intranet. When organizations first started using internet functionality inside the firewalls, this was mostly used as a way to inform workers using static webpages.
When Microsoft introduced SharePoint in 2001 it was not widely adopted. Those who did start using it often saw it as a place to store documents and do some lightweight collaboration. A common way to describe SharePoint at the time was as a ‘fileserver on steroids’.
In this post I will describe how to use pictures from OneDrive for Business in Office documents edited in Word Online.
Microsoft SharePoint 2013 has been extremely popular with organisations looking for a collaboration platform, intranet portals, content & document management, extranet, websites and a whole host of other use cases. The solution can be easily integrated into virtually any other system and has the ability to provide workflows for information management and automate business processes.
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