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Planning for SharePoint 2010 End of Life

With the end of extended support for SharePoint Server 2010 slated for October 13, 2020 approaching fast, enterprises must plan for alternate solutions to ensure that their data is secure. The end of support for SharePoint 2010 would leave businesses vulnerable to threats emanating from viruses, malware, and other malicious attacks in the absence of […]

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Choosing Between SharePoint Migration and Upgrade
SharePoint Migration vs Upgrade

Choosing Between SharePoint Migration and Upgrade

SharePoint is a versatile application used by scores of businesses for collaboration and document management. A significant proportion of these users continue to use on-premises versions of SharePoint which will sooner or later get outdated. While SharePoint Online is always up to date, the same is not true of the on-premises counterparts. While new features […]

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SharePoint 2010 Client Object Model

In SharePoint 2010, there is an interesting feature called Client Object Model (Client OM) which is a unified model that uses the same or similar programming concepts as the Server Object Model (Server OM). The Client Object Model can be accessed via web services, via a client (JavaScript) API, and via REST. Why Client Object […]

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SharePoint Asset Tracking Template

How to Track Physical Assets with Hosted SharePoint Services Template Managing hundreds of physical assets in an organization can be a daunting task. Organizations can draw multiple benefits from effective management of physical assets. The management of physical assets-their condition, purchase price, current value and retirement date-contribute majorly in increasing operational efficiencies and profitability. As […]

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SharePoint Site Hi- light: The Northern Lights Look Better From Here

I don’t know about you, but every once in a while I get an urge to take off, say “forget everything”, and head into the northern wilderness. Then sanity sets in, and I am reminded that I wouldn’t fare well, having spent the past several years at my desk instead of keeping healthy. Then the […]

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Social Computing with Hosted SharePoint

As we have seen with our “SharePoint Site Hi-light” series, SharePoint Services has been embraced by the corporate world as a robust web solution, but there is so much more to discover. Today, I thought we could take a peak under the hood at some of the features that make SharePoint tops in social computing, […]

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SharePoint Request for Proposals (RFPs) Template

How to Manage Request for Proposals (RFPs) and Vendor Proposal Process with Hosted SharePoint Services Template Managing volumes of RFPs can be tough. The process of submitting request for proposals and managing responses is a very important step in the procurement process as it enables an organization in making “preferred supplier” decisions. If handled inappropriately, […]

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SharePoint site Hi- light: Is that a UFO You’re on, or Just a Bicycle

When it comes to bicycles, there’s high- tech, and then there’s Orbea. With standard features like direct cable routing, carbon gold frame and one piece carbon-fiber monocoque stops, Orbea bicycles are some of the best you can get. Just ask Craig Alexander, the 2009 Iron Man champion. The question we want to answer today, however, […]

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SharePoint Site Hi-light: Supplying the Spark for Down Under

Welcome to another installment of “SharePoint Site Hi- light”, our ongoing blog series that focuses on web sites driven by SharePoint. Our aim is to show you who is using SharePoint and for what, and how good a job they are doing. We want to know if they are built right, and if they take […]

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