While most announcements today are about the cloud, there are still quite a few enterprises that are using on-premises systems. This year, we will see the next generation of Office servers such as SharePoint, Exchange and Skype for Business hit general availability and, hopefully bring the last three years of innovation from the cloud to… READ MORE
To answer the question of when to use what applications or features within Office 365 most people start with the platform itself: the available apps and features themselves. And then by working through the functionality, and see where or what it can be used for. This means they will look at features of each available… READ MORE
This short video walks you through the process of activating or deactivating Site features
in SharePoint 2016. Learn how to turn on or off your SharePoint Site capabilities to suit your Site users’
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As we heard during the European SharePoint Conference, the buzz around the release of SharePoint 2013 has grown louder and louder. While everyone expected the next version of SharePoint – regardless of name, timing or features – to draw interest, it has been surprising to see the level of interest.
Search functionality in SharePoint 2013 Preview includes several enhancements including custom content processing with the Content Enrichment web service, and a new framework for presenting search result types. Additionally, there have been significant enhancements made to the keyword query language (KQL). Search is a hot topic within SharePoint 2013, below is a summary of some of the search enhancements:
The widespread adoption and use of SharePoint 2010 forces organizations to place a great deal additional importance on the availability and protection of the valuable content they place in their SharePoint environments—an undertaking not to be taken lightly. The good news is that throughout its numerous releases, SharePoint has provided many tools and features to aid organizations’ disaster recovery (DR) efforts of that valuable content