(Christopher T. Haun) Perhaps your audit log reporting functionality was working great last month but this month you’re only seeing blank, empty pages in your browser. You can’t run any reports successfully anymore in your MOSS 2007 farm. You can make it to SITE ACTIONS and then on to AUDIT LOG REPO
Tag: SharePoint / BI
(Vesa Juvonen) One of the highly requested capabilities for the SharePoint client side object model (CSOM) has been the capability to update user profile properties.
(Errin O’Connor) Social collaboration in the workplace has been embraced by some organizations and really shunned by others due to possible legal and compliance concerns. Both types of organizations, those who embrace it and those who feel the ROI does not outweigh the risk, have valid points and un
(Errin O’Connor) Business Intelligence (BI) capabilities in SharePoint 2013 are vast and in many cases are achieved with a combination of SharePoint and Microsoft Office or SharePoint and SQL Server’s capabilities.
(Russ Maxwell) I haven’t researched to see if this topic has been heavily documented but feel like putting my 2 cents of input so hope this helps you. One of Microsoft’s big pushes for SharePoint 2013 for On Premise is to consolidate multiple web applications to a single Web Application.
(Dan Budimir) My client asked if it was possible to auto-collapse the refinement panel and I thought to myself… that should be a setting right? Probably something that I had just never used or needed, it’s got to be there.
(Nik Charlebois) How often have you wished that you could easily press a button and get an exact picture of all the servers in your SharePoint farm? I know this came up a few time in my career as a SharePoint administrator. Today is the day where I make all your dreams come true!
(Errin O’Connor) One of the first questions you should ask yourself when designing your SharePoint 2013 site is, “What are my organization’s compliance policies?” That question is typically not asked until later on in an initiative, but it should be at the forefront of your planning and architecture
(Richard diZerega) SharePoint Online makes it extremely easy to share sites and content with external users. For this reason, SharePoint Online has seen rapid adoption for many extranet scenarios and in OneDrive for Business.
(Deepa Lakhani) Working with people who are new to SharePoint can be very enriching as we come across lot of interesting questions ..”Why can’t this be done this way or Why can I only do it this way… Why cant I implement this pattern here and so on and so forth.