Blog: SharePoint

Tips for SharePoint Site Owners

By Brian Ewoldt

So you've decided to take on the task of becoming a SharePoint site owner!

This blog entry was originally posted December 03, 2014 by Brian Ewoldt

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8 Key Players in Your SharePoint Rollout, Part 2

By Martin Schaeferle

In my 5/12/2014 post I took a look at one of the main reasons many SharePoint installations fail-lack of user buy-in.

This blog entry was originally posted June 11, 2014 by Martin Schaeferle

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8 Key Players in Your SharePoint Rollout

By Martin Schaeferle

In my previous blog article, Is Your SharePoint Rollout Doomed to Fail?, I took a look at one of the main reasons many SharePoint installations struggle-the lack of user buy-in.

This blog entry was originally posted May 29, 2014 by Martin Schaeferle

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Is Your SharePoint Rollout Doomed to Fail?

By Martin Schaeferle

Why do so many SharePoint rollouts wind up dying on the vine?

This blog entry was originally posted May 12, 2014 by Martin Schaeferle

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SharePoint 2010: Developer: Sandbox Solution Overview

Excerpt by Doug Ware

SharePoint 2010 includes a secure isolated environment for user deployable Web solution packages-the user code sandbox.

This course excerpt was originally posted March 03, 2014 from the online courseware SharePoint 2010: Developer by Doug Ware

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SSRS 2008: Reporting Services and SharePoint

By Paul Litwin

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This blog entry was originally posted February 27, 2014 by Paul Litwin

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SharePoint 2010: Master Pages in SharePoint 2010

Excerpt by Doug Ware

An installation of SharePoint 2010 contains many master pages.

This course excerpt was originally posted February 06, 2014 from the online courseware SharePoint 2010: Developer by Doug Ware

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SharePoint Client Object Model - Microsoft SharePoint

Excerpt by Doug Ware

A typical SharePoint site contains much information that is potentially useful to other systems.

This course excerpt was originally posted January 06, 2014 from the online courseware SharePoint 2010: Developer by Doug Ware

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Create Child Controls - Microsoft SharePoint 2010

Excerpt by Doug Ware

Most web controls that have visual elements compose other controls into a greater whole.

This course excerpt was originally posted December 27, 2013 from the online courseware SharePoint 2010: Developer by Doug Ware

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Lists and Libraries in the Object Model - Microsoft SharePoint 2010

Excerpt by Doug Ware

The functionality that features provide to define and create lists is useful, but the static nature of XML means that you need more tools at your disposal to fully exploit the power of lists and libraries.

This course excerpt was originally posted December 16, 2013 from the online courseware SharePoint 2010: Developer by Doug Ware

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Core Foundation Assemblies

Excerpt by Doug Ware

Before you can write any managed code for SharePoint you must reference the assembly that contains the classes you need.

This course excerpt was originally posted November 27, 2013 from the online courseware SharePoint 2010: Developer by Doug Ware

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Project Templates

Excerpt by Doug Ware

The first thing you do when building a new solution in Visual Studio 2010 is to select a project template.

This course excerpt was originally posted November 20, 2013 from the online courseware SharePoint 2010: Developer by Doug Ware

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Types of Features

Excerpt by Doug Ware

Most of the elements in a SharePoint installation are either defined using features or leverage features in some way. Accordingly, there are feature types that define most of the site elements with which you are already familiar.

This course excerpt was originally posted November 15, 2013 from the online courseware SharePoint 2010: Developer by Doug Ware

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Site Collections

Excerpt by Doug Ware

When you access a SharePoint site with any type of client application, including the browser, you are first accessing a site collection that contains the site you ultimately want to access.

This course excerpt was originally posted October 29, 2013 from the online courseware SharePoint 2010: Developer by Doug Ware

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Record Management in SharePoint 2010

Excerpt by John Underwood

SharePoint 2007 supported only the Records Center site template for records management, and did not provide support for records management for individual libraries on non-Records Center sites.

This course excerpt was originally posted October 01, 2013 from the online courseware SharePoint 2010: Enterprise Content Management by John Underwood

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Document Sets

Excerpt by John Underwood

When users work with documents, there are occasions where more than one document is related to a particular task or project.

This course excerpt was originally posted October 01, 2013 from the online courseware SharePoint 2010: Enterprise Content Management by John Underwood

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Social Tagging in SharePoint 2010

Excerpt by John Underwood

As you read earlier, folksonomy is a community-driven mechanism for categorizing data where the keywords are driven by end users instead of designated taxonomists.

This course excerpt was originally posted September 13, 2013 from the online courseware SharePoint 2010: Enterprise Content Management by John Underwood

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SharePoint 2010 Search

Excerpt by John Underwood

The need for enterprise search is a key driver for implementations of Microsoft SharePoint 2010 Search.

This course excerpt was originally posted September 06, 2013 from the online courseware SharePoint 2010: Enterprise Content Management by John Underwood

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Business Connectivity Services

Excerpt by John Underwood

While the lists, libraries, and other features of SharePoint provide a useful platform for collaboration, SharePoint doesn't operate in a vacuum.

This course excerpt was originally posted August 21, 2013 from the online courseware SharePoint 2010: Enterprise Content Management by John Underwood

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User Profiles and My Sites

Excerpt by John Underwood

Although you can view and modify a user's profile properties in Shared Services Administration, your users cannot, and they need a way to update their information.

This course excerpt was originally posted August 20, 2013 from the online courseware SharePoint 2010: Enterprise Content Management by John Underwood

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Taking a Deeper Look at New Changes in the SharePoint Platform

By Martin Schaeferle

Recently, we talked about the new changes to Microsoft SharePoint and how that's creating demand for experts in this wildly popular platform.

This blog entry was originally posted June 20, 2013 by Martin Schaeferle

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Microsoft Announces Updates to SharePoint, Underscoring the Need for SharePoint Experts

By Martin Schaeferle

SharePoint is one of the most important - if not the most important - collaboration tools in the world of business.

This blog entry was originally posted June 17, 2013 by Martin Schaeferle

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Collaborating with SharePoint

By Martin Schaeferle

Let's say you're looking to beef up your resume. So you take a SharePoint tutorial.

This blog entry was originally posted May 06, 2013 by Martin Schaeferle

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Using SharePoint to Gain a Competitive Edge

By Martin Schaeferle

For years, software manufacturers have been extolling the virtues of "collaboration." Yet more often than not, this goal was a pipe dream.

This blog entry was originally posted May 01, 2013 by Martin Schaeferle

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New SharePoint Features Will Boost Adoption, Creating a Demand for Proficient IT Workers

By Martin Schaeferle

For the past 20 years, IT has struggled with the perception that it is a utility, rather than a "strategic partner" to the business.

This blog entry was originally posted March 18, 2013 by Martin Schaeferle

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Microsoft Rolls Out Bold New Upgrades to its SharePoint Platform

By Martin Schaeferle

Microsoft recently rolled out a revamped Office 365 Enterprise, its hosted collaboration service. The service includes Office 2013 Professional, Exchange 2013, SharePoint 2013, and Lync 2013.

This blog entry was originally posted March 05, 2013 by Martin Schaeferle

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Understanding the Robust Integration Capabilities of SharePoint

By Martin Schaeferle

Rolling out an out-of-the-box IT solution can be difficult and costly. But it has one thing going for it: this plug and play approach minimizes the need for complex back-end integration.

This blog entry was originally posted February 15, 2013 by Martin Schaeferle

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Programmers Increasingly Using Sharepoint for Mission-Critical Apps

By Martin Schaeferle

In the world of applications, there are basic, everyday applications, and then there are mission-critical applications. Think Microsoft Calendar versus a highly complex financial transaction system at a bank.

This blog entry was originally posted January 31, 2013 by Martin Schaeferle

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The 411 on SharePoint 2010

By Martin Schaeferle

Sharepoint is a program which was created and introduced by Microsoft more than ten years ago.

This blog entry was originally posted November 29, 2012 by Martin Schaeferle

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SharePoint 2010 for Advancement

By Martin Schaeferle

The SharePoint program, launched by Microsoft eleven years ago, is now used by more than 75% of all Fortune 500 companies in the world.

This blog entry was originally posted November 01, 2012 by Martin Schaeferle

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Don't Waste your Time on Training

By Martin Schaeferle

How many times have you heard people say, "I am definitely not going to waste my time going to that instructor led class" or "that self study training is a waste of time, not for me"?

This blog entry was originally posted October 02, 2012 by Martin Schaeferle

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Go Ahead and Be Geeky

By Martin Schaeferle

There was a time when computer programming was considered something that only "geeks" did. Anyone who spent all of his or her time in front of a computer clearly had no social life.

This blog entry was originally posted September 26, 2012 by Martin Schaeferle

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Developers, What Style of Learner are You?

By Martin Schaeferle

To succeed as a developer you must know and understand what your result should be, plan your direction on how to get there and use the right process with the right technical ability to build your application.

This blog entry was originally posted July 15, 2012 by Martin Schaeferle

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