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Maybe Documents Need to Get a Life?

Meaning About Meaning But documents are more than the sum of their metadata parts...Where these parts are stored is immaterial...Their taxonomies extend no further than their org charts and parts catalogs

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Whose SharePoint is It Anyway

Lately, I’ve been reading a series of articles and blog entries aimed at promoting techniques for building solutions faster by using “standard” parts and reusable components – good thoughts, but it makes me worry

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One day after Microsoft launches OneDrive to replace SkyDrive, Microsoft has announced plans to rebrand its Office Web Apps to Office online

When speaking with the business side of a SharePoint 2013 or Office 365 Hybrid initiative (and even in Azure) you would have to detail what exactly an "App" was and with those users in organization's with previous experience in either SharePoint 2007 or SharePoint 2010 and Web Parts, with the ability to add an "App Part" to a Site site definitely can get confusing for end users and Power users alike

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Two by Two

We can’t make the Datasheet view work, but we can make an iPad view by using Data View Web Parts, that comes pretty close

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From HTML pages to WCMs

The paradigm hasn't changed that much for the browser actually, except for the fact that most of the sites are no longer "static", but include dynamic parts, now usually built using AJAX , but I'm sure you remember when dynamic navigation was built using Java applets and lots of animated GIF files (it wasn't that long ago :))

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