How to deploy SharePoint successfully the first time

Let’s take a look at what history has taught us in the IT world. We build or buy an application, we install that application and then we roll the application out to the users. Our job is now done and we move on to the next application. If we are rolling out SharePoint we follow the […]
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Why SharePoint? Part II

I am amazed at the popularity and the comments I have received from my original blog post Why SharePoint? I seemed to have hit a nerve with a number of people and I appreciate your feedback. I want to continue my original thoughts and elaborate further. At the risk of getting lynched, let me say […]
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Simple User Interface Enhancement With the Content Editor

Sometimes we need to develop custom solutions or customize SharePoint sites using SharePoint designer. Examples might be when creating detailed user interface elements such as interfaces to complex business system via web parts or changing the styling or branding of a complete site by modifying master pages. At other times we just need to enhance the […]
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How Long is a Piece of SharePoint

A frequent type of question asked on SharePoint courses goes something like this – How big should my content database be or how many web applications or how many site collections per application, how many servers do I need etc, etc?  The answer of course is – It depends! You have to get the requirements and think […]
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Office 365 SharePoint Online

Cloud or no cloud? Within four hours today we had several changes of weather from mildly gloomy to flood like rain followed by bright blue skies with incredible sunshine only to change and cycle again. Some things change quickly other more slowly. Back and forth like the eternal question of whether to use distributed or […]
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