(Ravi Shetwal) Say you are migrating several terabytes of content from SharePoint 2010 to SharePoint 2013. Chances are that you are creating a temporary migration URL for your 2013 environment where users can test the migration. Further, you migrate content in several stages, probably one business u
Tag: SharePoint / BI
(Paul Schaeflein) I received a question in email the other day – what is the lifetime of a SharePoint OAuth token? Interesting question, so I did some research.
(Deb Donston-Miller) SharePoint shops are a committed lot. Many report a gap between reality and expectations, but they are loathe to give up the SharePoint ghost, according to research conducted by management firm AIIM.
(Deb Donston-Miller) Microsoft Ignite, which is set to take place May 4-8 in Chicago, promises to provide–across Microsoft’s product line–a plethora of information, announcements, meetings, opportunities, demos, workshops, thought leadership
(Wilson Reddy) This article is about customizing SharePoint hosted app List NewForm and using SharePoint UI controls like Calendar, People picker etc… within custom form. Below steps help in understanding SharePoint hosted app UI customizing and leveraging SharePoint capabilities within app.
(Steve Goodyear) Why is SharePoint governance such a popular topic? And why does it seem like there are so few SharePoint governance success stories in the market?
(Samuel Betts) So you have a SharePoint/SQL outage despite having SQL Server AlwaysOn configured, and you naturally want to know why. Event IDs 5586 and 6398 are flooding the SharePoint servers and you don’t know why. On the SharePoint servers in the application log you might see either this:
(Samuel Betts) Just a quick one; if you’ve ever seen the error “Could not find Stored Procedure Search_GetRepositoryTimePerCrawl” when you click on “crawl history” in the SharePoint Search app then this fix could be for you.
(Jonathan Rozenblit) It has been a long time question: should we or not bring our core business applications to SharePoint? What are the benefits? What are the risks? Is it hard? …
(Errin O’Connor) Remote workers and internal or onsite workers empowered with “bring your own device” (BYOD) policies can push the boundaries of IT and the typical IT-driven culture.