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Content Migration Part 2 – How to Succeed

You’ve planned the content migration in Part 1 of the blog series. Now it’s time to review the tools and techniques for success for your SharePoint migration.

Jason Wong | March 1, 2018

How Secure is My Data In SharePoint

Microsoft ensures your data security, new blog post goes into the options available.

Nadeem Ansari | February 14, 2018

Content Migration Part 1 – What is it?

New blog author Jason Wong takes on content migration in two-part blog series. He’ll discuss the five steps needed to put a plan in place.

Jason Wong | February 7, 2018

How to Get External Data in to SharePoint

Microsoft has introduced a new feature called Business Data Catalog for enhanced capabilities in SharePoint to help organizations.

Krishna Naik | January 25, 2018
sharepoint, intranet

Designing Portal Sites for Business Success

A SharePoint portal helps organizations distribute information to employees for processes and creates a sense of community.

Nidhi Gupta | November 20, 2017
cloud, sharepoint

Move to Cloud – Quick Guide for SharePoint Migration

This blog post takes you through the “PowerShell Way” to help your organization with a cloud migration.

Rajan Todankar | November 15, 2017
SharePoint adminstrator

Seven Qualities of a Highly Effective SharePoint Administrator

SharePoint is a critical part of your infrastructure in your organization. Here is a list of qualities to look for when searching for an administrator.

Shashi Duddukuri | October 24, 2017
sharepoint ideas

9 Awesome Things You Can Do with SharePoint

This blog post discusses out-of-the-box uses for SharePoint that you can execute in just a few clicks without using any code.

Amol Gharat | May 23, 2017
sharepoint and azure

The Benefits of Using Microsoft Azure with SharePoint 2016

SharePoint 2016 allows for better user by leveraging the productivity that Office 365 provides, and the cost benefits of a cloud-based platform such as Azure.

Shashi Duddukuri | May 16, 2017