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Core Records Management Features in SharePoint 2013 & Office 365

It is key to ensure you have a deep understanding of the licensing model and capabilities available to you and your organization so that you are not planning for core features that may not be available with you current licensing model or offering

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A Good SharePoint Education... Priceless!

SharePoint is a very broad platform with a plethora of features...Features are often covered one by one from an abstract, technical perspective but outside the context of the business problem they solve

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SharePoint 2013 Migration

Microsoft has gone all out with this new version of SharePoint and included many features in this version. Thus it is not possible to mention all the new features here because the list is simply endless

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SPC14 Results: 3 Reasons the SharePoint On-Premise roadmap has changed to a severe O365 warning

In that time O365 has launched has taken the market by storm, and new features have been released on a more frequent basis

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SharePoint 2010 Upgrade Options, Considerations & Best Practices

The most obvious reason to upgrade is that you need some of the new features in SharePoint 2010. While the new features may be very attractive, it makes good business sense to do the requisite cost/benefit/risk analysis to determine how big an effort the upgrade will be and to try to ascertain the ROI for your organization

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SharePoint 2013 Preview Summary - Managing Your Current SharePoint 2010 Initiative with 2013 in Mind

Note: As I have seen with SharePoint 2003, 2007 and 2010’s releases, some features may change or be put into a future Service Pack but this is where the product stands publically today

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Development Tools and Related Strategies for Public, Private, and Hybrid Environments

Visual Studio 2013 and Related Tools and SDK Visual Studio 2013 is the enterprise development tool that should be used on almost any development initiative because the application life-cycle management as well as code repository integration and new SharePoint 2013 integration features make it the only tool available on the market with its capabilities

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Deep-Dive of SharePoint 2013 & Office 365 Proven Development Strategies

Developing with the thought process to “error on the side of caution” and to ensure that any custom apps, features, workflows or solutions you are developed are also compatible with the cloud make actually take some extra time in terms of development hours

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My Sites & Communities: System Architecture Deep-Dive in Office 365 & SharePoint 2013

Understanding the Underlying System Architecture Behind My Sites & Communities in Office 365 & SharePoint 2013 When an organization’s deploys My Sites for their users, the underlying SharePoint 2013 system architecture create a web application, a My Site host site collection, an individual site collection, and several SharePoint service applications and features

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