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[Yes, you’re right. The product is now named SharePoint 2016. Since publishing this article, Microsoft has released a blog that refers to the upcoming version of SharePoint as SharePoint Server 2016. So, now we know…] Why the next version of SharePoint will work … Continue reading
SharePoint 2016 Features Pack A Punch For Your Business The release of SharePoint 2016 is right around the corner and the upcoming Microsoft Ignite conference in May should confirm this. But for those of you who want to know some of … Continue reading
To go to the cloud, stay on the ground, or something in-between? These days, a lot of businesses are starting to talk about taking their SharePoint environment to the cloud. However, it may not be the right solution for every organization. … Continue reading
Examining the Office 365 Hybrid Scenario Gartner predicts that half of you reading this blog will use Office 365 extensively by 2016 for any collaboration and productivity needs. The other half will keep some version of SharePoint on-premises. Please note, this article is aimed … Continue reading
Taking Care of your SharePoint, wherever it lives Some businesses are ready to put SharePoint in the cloud, some want to keep it on-premises and some are ready to do a bit of both. No matter where your SharePoint currently … Continue reading
Fpweb.net is going beyond SharePoint hosting with their new SharePoint Anywhere services! Ever have prospects ask if your business offers a particular service and you say ‘no’ so many times that eventually you think – why don’t we have that … Continue reading
(You can watch my SPC14 session “The Tipping Point Between On-premises and Cloud” by scrolling down) Without a clear Roadmap, Microsoft leaves door and imaginations open for future of SharePoint and the Cloud SPC 2014 is in the books. The … Continue reading
So you have your company’s SharePoint in-house, hosted on servers within your building. Well inside those servers are hard drives: mechanical, metal objects used to store the precious, valuable data that your company can’t function without. You take the time, … Continue reading