Month: March 2016

SharePoint Wizardry
SharePoint Wizardry
Blog Posts

SharePoint is a huge monster at the moment. The available information about this creature (documentation) is fragmented and outdated. Most of the recipes (samples) are incomplete, misleading or just not working at all, as authors quite often forget to state “obvious” assumptions. Radosław Szymczak asks the question – Is SharePoint Wizardry the solution?

Privacy, Security and Compliance with Delve
Privacy, Security and Compliance with Delve
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Last year Paul Olenick, Microsoft MVP, published a blog all about Delve and the Office Graph for the European SharePoint Conference. In that post, Paul included one paragraph about how to exclude content from Delve. In this blog we’ll explore that topic more deeply in terms of Privacy, Security and Compliance with Delve.

Using Workflows to Perform Elevated Actions
Using Workflows to Perform Elevated Actions
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When making the move to the cloud one of the biggest challenges for developers is how to accomplish tasks that used to be fairly simple. Within this intriguing blog by Ryan Schouten, Ryan provides real world experience of Using Workflows to Perform Elevated Actions.

SharePoint Documents – Do you know the value of information in your SharePoint?
SharePoint Documents – Do you know the value of information in your SharePoint?
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It is not a point to deny that in many of the companies that are using SharePoint, are using it for the purpose of document management. And why not – SharePoint is built (also) for that. It has a brilliant logic for document libraries under every site, whether it is on intranet or team sites. Noora Hakkarainen discusses SharePoint Documents and asks do you know the value of information in your SharePoint?

Efficient Model for Microsoft based DevOps on Cloud
Efficient Model for Microsoft based DevOps on Cloud
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We all have in recent times have been in a situations where we need to decide if any business application need to move to cloud. Have we not been talking about devops for long? Microsoft is moving into the DevOps space and they have an Ace up their sleeve. Learn from Azhar Amir an efficient Model for Microsoft based DevOps on Cloud.

Managing Office 365 with PowerShell
Managing Office 365 with PowerShell
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Once you’ve bought into the Cloud and O365 as the future for your business, the next steps are to determine how you want to manage yet another IT app. Learn from Corey Burke, Principal Architect with Rackspace Hosting, about Managing Office 365 with PowerShell.

Orchestrating the access to Azure Key Vault
Orchestrating the access to Azure Key Vault
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Learn from Stephane Eyskens, Microsoft MVP, about Orchestrating the access to Azure Key Vault. As you might know, Azure Key Vault is a set of repositories one can use to store key/value pairs of secrets, certificates etc. in order to facilitate the maintenance of this information. Key Vault comes with “Keys” and “Secrets” in this blog Stephane will focus on the “Secrets” part.

Live Online Webinar: Make SharePoint SASSy with Stefan Bauer
Live Online Webinar: Make SharePoint SASSy with Stefan Bauer
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CSS can get overly complex and unwieldy very quickly -resulting in thousands of lines of CSS code across many files, yielding errors and becoming a maintenance nightmare! Believe me… there is a better way! SASS (“Syntactically Awesome Style Sheets”) is fast becoming the preferred approach in developing CSS! Join Stefan Bauer for our live webinar to learn SASS and move from a complete novice to someone who knows where SASS fits and how to use it with SharePoint.