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Secure, Customizable WAF for SharePoint Sites

Published by on October 24th, 2014

Incapsula Cloud

from incapsula.com

If you aren’t familiar with the term WAF, (or Web Application Firewall for those who are acronym challenged like myself), then this blog is for you.

Essentially, a Web Application Firewall is an appliance, server plugin, or filter that protects servers from malicious web-based attacks by applying a set of rules to an HTTP conversation. Attacks that ISPs typically cannot protect against. Traditionally, this brings to mind the battle against SQL injections or cross-site scripting, but today’s WAF is so much more.

Fpweb.net is partnering with the leader in site security, Incapsula.

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The SharePoint Solution Showcase is Here!

Published by on October 21st, 2014

SharePoint Solution ShowcaseToday is an exciting day for me. It’s the day an idea of mine that I’ve wanted to create for years becomes a reality!

I’m very proud to announce the launch of Fpweb.net’s SharePoint Solution Showcase, your one stop shop for a variety of product solutions that enhance your SharePoint environment and your SharePoint investment!

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Introducing the SharePoint Solution Showcase

Published by on October 21st, 2014

Fpweb.net’s new SharePoint solution directory features trusted partner SharePoint products and offers free demo environments.

St. Louis, Mo. (October 2014) – Fpweb.net, a global managed and hosted SharePoint provider, has just launched their SharePoint Solution Showcase. The showcase features Fpweb.net’s trusted SharePoint partner products and add-ons and allows visitors to instantly launch a free demo or find valuable information to determine its value in relation to their current SharePoint environment.

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Analyze Content Disk Space in SharePoint

Published by on October 20th, 2014

Analyze Content Disk SpaceGreetings again from your resident Fpweb.net Blogger, Steve Lattina!

For this post, I wanted to address a common question I hear about how to find how much space is available on a site. You could go through the trials of finding the Quota (if it is configured), finding the content database location, and examining the database. That will absolutely work, but what if you want to do it faster, and get some more valuable information?

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Choosing Between a Static or Dynamic Website

Published by on October 17th, 2014

Static vs. Dynamic WebsiteFor some, the thought of creating or, more so, recreating their company’s website is scarier than having five missed calls from their mother-in-law.

And who could blame them? These days, technology changes faster than FOX programming and the devices we’re using to look at websites are evolving at the same pace. iPad, iPhone, Surface Pro, Galaxy… Don’t blink or a new one will pop up with better processing speed, more storage space, a better camera and a bigger screen.

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