Author: Owens Gollamandala

With more than 12 years of IT Industry experience and 10 years in SharePoint alone, Owens has a deep knowledge in SharePoint including versions 2001/2003/2007/2010/2013. He brings in a blend of strong administration and development skills, contributing to holistic view of SharePoint. During off hours he loves spending time with his family and friends, and he likes taking part in Spiritual activities. Reading technical and inspirational books are his interests.

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Owens Gollamandala

With more than 12 years of IT Industry experience and 10 years in SharePoint alone, Owens has a deep knowledge in SharePoint including versions 2001/2003/2007/2010/2013. He brings in a blend of strong administration and development skills, contributing to holistic view of SharePoint. During off hours he loves spending time with his family and friends, and he likes taking part in Spiritual activities. Reading technical and inspirational books are his interests.

Articles Written by Owens Gollamandala

This blog post explains how to use AWS CloudFormation Template and what to expect when you're moving SharePoint Server 2016 to Amazon Web Services.

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Are you looking at moving your SharePoint Server environment to AWS? Here are some suggestions for running a hybrid environment using SharePoint on AWS.

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Are you finding it difficult to select the most appropriate SharePoint environment that best fits your needs? This blog post discusses the similarities, differences, advantages, and disadvantages of the SharePoint environments (SharePoint Server 2013, SharePoint online of Office 365, and...

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Virtualizing SharePoint provisions management capability of multiple virtual hosts and SharePoint farms and servers, and transfers physical servers to virtual ones.

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SharePoint 2016 promises improvements to OneDrive and analytics, a hybrid SharePoint, and tighter integration with Office 2016.

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What’s slowing down SharePoint? Check for Deadlocks. You may not immediately notice red flags in your SharePoint environment, but any performance degradation will be readily obvious to users.

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In addition to using SharePoint for creating a flexible corporate intranet, you can also use it as a bridge to Microsoft Office products and files.

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SharePoint, Microsoft’s web application framework, is the software equivalent of a Swiss Army knife, able to assist organizations with varied tasks such as content integration and document management. It can also provide an organization with a framework for its Intranet. Few organizations are fully using all the capabilities and features this software offers.

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SharePoint, Microsoft’s web application framework, is an incredibly powerful tool that can assist organizations with varied tasks such as content integration and document management. It can also provide an organization with a framework for its Intranet.

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If you’re using Microsoft SharePoint for document sharing and collaboration within your organization, you may know about a feature known as workflows. Many users are unaware of this feature and its functions, however. As a result, they aren’t using the full functionality of SharePoint.

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