After creating a SharePoint site, you would need a central place where you will store all the assets needed for your site: photos, graphics, audios, videos, etc. The SharePoint’s built-in Asset Library app will serve you well. The feature allows for thumbnail views and automatically generates metadata for your files, giving you a better user… READ MORE
This exclusive excerpt from the book Exploring Microsoft SharePoint for Office 2016 introduces the integration of Excel and Access files in SharePoint Sites using both theory and concept (white pages) as well as hands-on application (yellow pages) in the Exploring series style. For those interested in learning about Microsoft SharePoint 2016 using a hands-on approach. This four-chapter… READ MORE
In the recent years, SharePoint online has fast emerged as a leading Content Services platform. This presents an excellent Digital transformation with SharePoint opportunity for enterprises looking to move their on-premise ECM systems on to the Cloud. However, enterprises who are currently invested in Non-Microsoft ECM systems face some challenges in adopting SharePoint online. For… READ MORE
[CASE STUDY] How routine policies and procedures in SharePoint were turned into a compelling user experienceBlog Posts
A better way to present core procedures for induction and training Have you developed a compelling user experience? A large Irish engineering company Mercury Engineering with over 3,000 people working across 10 regions was looking for an innovative way to increase employee engagement through their project life cycles using visually enriched technologies. Their policy and… READ MORE
The quick launch menu in SharePoint Server 2016 gives you quick access to Sites and Pages. It is the list of links located to the left side of your SharePoint Site interface.The quick launch menu in SharePoint Server 2016 gives you quick access to Sites and Pages. It is the list of links located to the left side of your SharePoint Site interface.
Whilst SharePoint has excellent capabilities for search, many implementations have opportunities to significantly improve the findability of documents held in SharePoint. This article highlights a small number of areas that have the potential to produce big rewards in improving users’ search experiences without requiring a vast amount of work. Links to further detailed information from… READ MORE
The answer to this question is yes, but… not for all situations and not all types of sandbox solutions. SharePoint sandbox solutions were introduced with SharePoint 2010 and provided a mechanism to execute code outside of the ISS worker process. The sandbox solutions do not affect the entire farm; they are installed per site collection… READ MORE
Kevin O’Neill presents SharePoint 2016 Content Editor Instructor Guide The world of SharePoint is an intricate one that many users need guidance on. Therefore, this guide is meant to be utilised by an individual whom will be reviewing via a demonstration format the core aspects that a general user who will be adding content to… READ MORE
SharePoint is about to go through one of the biggest transformations from development perspective since the introduction of Feature Framework back in SharePoint 2007 version. This session is around covering the latest direction and guidance form the product group related on SharePoint Online and SharePoint on-premises. We’ll talk about the reasoning behind of the latest changes from the customisation perspective and what are the future directions with SharePoint. If you are a SharePoint developer in SharePoint Online or in on-premises, this is a session for, which explains where we are heading and why.
Your company may have offices located in different regions across the globe. You can configure your SharePoint Site to work with the right time zone and the preferred calendar. You need to be a Site Collection administrator or the Site owner to be able to choose and change the regional settings of a Site.