Category Archives: SharePoint

Philosophers often ask, what came first, Business Collaboration or SharePoint? Yes, Microsoft’s content and document management tool has caused quite a stir within the enterprise and we’ve been there for the whole, wild ride. Check out what we’ve learned along the way!

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Fpweb.net Joins Microsoft Cloud Solution Provider Program

Fpweb.net, a managed services and cloud provider with a global infrastructure and headquarters in St. Louis, Missouri, has joined the Microsoft Cloud Solution Provider program. The Cloud Solution Provider program allows partners to combine high-margin service offerings with Microsoft cloud products, … Continue reading

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SharePoint Bots… is Clippy back from the dead?

Ever since Ignite with the power demonstrated with the Bot Framework, there’s been interest in Bots, but even more now with the rich integration for bots with Microsoft Teams.  Many have been wondering what a SharePoint bot would do…  what … Continue reading

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Four Highly Available Architectures for SharePoint Today

How do I build a highly available SharePoint farm today? These days there are four different ways to architect your SharePoint environments for high availability. Kudos to Michael Noel, Joel Oleson, Microsoft for permission to use the resources below. Please … Continue reading

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What’s New with SharePoint 2016

Fpweb.net recently hosted a webinar called What’s New with SharePoint 2016? It’s almost been a year since Microsoft released its latest version of SharePoint, but many SharePoint users have been waiting to see if there were any bugs that needed … Continue reading

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7 Reasons to Install Feature Pack 1 for SharePoint 2016

You’re wondering where to start with SharePoint 2016? Many will install the RTM version and then install the latest CU. We’re saying at a minimum you should seriously consider Feature Pack 1, which is the same as the November CU. … Continue reading

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Microsoft Teams – Disruption or Salvation for SharePoint?

According to a recent study by Spiceworks, Microsoft Teams Will Help Microsoft Dominate Workplace Chat Space. Businesses are ready to adopt Microsoft Teams, and within two years it will overtake Slack an Google Hangouts and when combined with market leader … Continue reading

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Fpweb.net Spins Up Managed SharePoint on AWS

Fpweb.net has partnered with Amazon Web Services to combine Microsoft SharePoint 2016 Enterprise on AWS with 24/7 Absolute Support® from Fpweb.net. Fpweb.net has managed 1.8 billion SharePoint logins since 1999. The managed cloud and security services company based in St. … Continue reading

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How much space is remaining in my SharePoint site?

To analyze content disk space in SharePoint 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 … Continue reading

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