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Recently, BoostSolutions announced the release of Calendar Rollup 3.0 for SharePoint 2010/2013/2016. One great feature is that users have more options to color code the events not only based on the event types. Calendar Rollup 3.0 enables users to color code the events based on multiple column types, such as Single Line of Text, Number, […] The post Color code calendar events on Calendar Rollup Web Part appeared first on BoostSolutions.

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Categories: sharepoint, sharepoint 2016

SharePoint Server 2016 is released with numerous new features, image and video preview is one of them. When you upload images and videos to a document library in SharePoint server 2016, you can see a preview by hovering the mouse over the image or video, or by clicking on them. In this blog, I will […] The post SharePoint 2016 New Features – Image and Video Previews appeared first on BoostSolutions.

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Categories: sharepoint, sharepoint 2016, sharepoint tips and tricks

BoostSolutions Excel Import is an efficient tool to import data into a SharePoint list from Excel file manually or automatically. It is especially useful in this scenario, you may want to maintain your sale data in a SharePoint list so that it is ease to share and update, but also need analyze the sale data […] The post Update a SharePoint list from Excel appeared first on BoostSolutions.

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Categories: sharepoint, sharepoint solutions, sharepoint tutorial

5/12/2017
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Categories: general

For any messages (such as alerts, notifications and site invitations) to be sent out of SharePoint server, you need to configure SMTP server to send the messages. This server can be any SMTP-compliant server that you can connect to using port 25 from the SharePoint server. For SharePoint 2010/2013, it cannot be configured to send […] The post Outgoing Email Settings in SharePoint 2016 appeared first on BoostSolutions.

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Categories: sharepoint, sharepoint 2013 tutorial, sharepoint 2016, sharepoint tips and tricks

As a IT administrator, I monitor and manage user, contact and computer objects usually. In fact, I store the AD computer objects in a SharePoint list, and update the properties once anything changed. But there are a lot of computer objects and it is a time-consuming process to manage these objects individually. With AD Information […] The post Import computer objects from Active Directory to a SharePoint list appeared first on BoostSolutions.

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"Uh-oh. Sounds like somebody's got a case of the Mondays." -- Office Space Top News StoriesFrom Build It and Go, to Ready to Go with SharePoint (CMSWire)For many years, businesses viewed SharePoint as a framework on which to build solutions. The combination of flexibility and editing tools provided allowed them to design customized solutions which met business requirements. But technology is changing. And so is how we use and want to consume it. We hunger for solutions that can be quickly...

Source Feed: SharePoint Daily
Categories: sharepoint events, sharepoint training, microsoft convergence, sharepoint jobs, sharepoint, windows 10, windows 10 for android, azure internet of things products, business apps need consumer balance, office 365 impact over enterprises, sharepoint online site collection cmdlets, windows 10 internet of things products, microsoft office 365 proplus updates, sharepoint hits snags

Ding Dong! IE is (mostly) dead.  -- Dooley Top News StoriesTen Advantages of Using SharePoint 2013 Collaboration and Social Computing Tools for Better Customer Service (TMCnet)Collaboration and social computing techniques have been playing a large role in helping companies compete in a tough market, especially when it comes to customer service. Today, there are many tools in SharePoint 2013 that make social campaigns more efficient with less effort so that every customer can be catered to...

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Categories: sharepoint events, sharepoint training, sharepoint jobs, sharepoint mobile, sharepoint designer access, sharepoint for customer service, internet explorer retires, sharepoint errors, office 365 consulting, sharepoint data fundamentals

So now we are using technology to print pancakes???  -- Dooley Top News Stories8 tips for getting the most from SharePoint (Information Age)As the Grateful Dead would say, what a long strange trip it’s been for SharePoint. It is hard to believe that 14 years have since the introduction of Windows SharePoint Services. According to Microsoft, there are now 125 million SharePoint users and over $1.5 billion in annual SharePoint revenues – not bad for a product once dismissed by the major...

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Categories: sharepoint events, sharepoint training, sharepoint jobs, how cios use cloud, women in technology communit, microsoft azure big data, public cloud security, cloud transition, sharepoint appfabric restarts, cortana for ios, cortana for android, sharepoint tips

"One, two, Freddy's coming for you. Three, four, better lock your door."  -- A Nightmare on Elm Street Top News StoriesAIIM study reveals SharePoint losing its luster (Fierce Content Management)According to a recent AIIM survey, SharePoint is falling out of favor among IT professionals due to insufficient user training options and the high cost of implementation and use. Nearly half say they're concerned about Microsoft's lack of focus on the on-premises version of its product. 9...

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Categories: cisco, azure, sharepoint events, sharepoint training, sharepoint jobs, sharepoint, office 365, sharepoint content security, windows 10, sharepoint team sites in office 365, vyoc, aiim, sharepoint falling from favor, bring your own cloud, usability, office 365 apps model

I had forgotten what it was like to not need a heavy coat, scarf, and gloves. So nice.    -- Dooley Top News StoriesSharePoint Online... a real cloud alternative (ITWeb)Today's work environment is changing rapidly, with more people demanding the ability to perform their daily activities from anywhere, and at any time of the day. At no point previously has this been more possible than it is today, due to the advancements in technology, broadband connectivity and software as a service. With the...

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Categories: stephen elop, sharepoint online, sharepoint events, sharepoint training, sharepoint jobs, office 365, office app dev, public cloud services, onedrive for business, semi-autonomous cloud computing, microsoft fixes freak vulnerability, sharepoint online management shell


Mobile adoption of SharePoint is slow--but why, now that users demand it and vendors offer it? It's complicated. Sort of. read more

Source Feed: SharePoint News and Products Blog
Categories: office 365, mobile device management, skype for business, sharepoint mobile, sharepoint mobile

A tool from SharePoint migration vendor Metalogix assesses your SharePoint implementation and reports on what you've got. read more

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Categories: office 365, skype for business, free tool, free tool, sharepoint migration, sharepoint migration, sharepoint migration tool, sharepoint migration tool

SharePoint and Office 365 products that are new or improved for fall 2013, in mobility and management. read more

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Categories: office 365, skype for business, mobile apps, mobile apps, mobility, mobility, office 365, office 365, sharepoint 2013, sharepoint 2013, sharepoint mobile products, sharepoint mobile products

The Metalogix acquisition of Axceler is big news in SharePoint land. Here's perspective from fellow SharePoint industry observers. Can we use it to conjecture about SharePoint's future? read more

Source Feed: SharePoint News and Products Blog
Categories: office 365, skype for business, acquisition, acquisition, axceler, axceler, metalogix, metalogix, office 365, office 365, sharepoint, sharepoint, vendor consolidation, vendor consolidation

​Earlier today, the SharePoint team blog moved to a new home on the Microsoft Office Blogs site:http://blogs.office.com/b/sharepoint/ Going forward, all new SharePoint posts will be published at this location, please make sure to update your RSS readers to the new site. We’re in the process of moving existing posts to our new home, but you can still access older content here in the meantime. Thanks for reading, and we look forward to seeing you on the new blog.The SharePoint Team

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​By Ben Wilde and Robin Miller, Program Managers, SharePoint Engineering team With following in SharePoint 2013, we feel that we've provided a very compelling experience that keeps you connected to the things that you care about the most, while also setting ourselves up for even more success in the future. But we've heard a lot of questions about what actually happens when you follow something. What can I follow? There are four things that you can follow: People, Documents, Sites, and...

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​In this post, Josh Stickler and Kate Kelly provide an overview of what's new and improved with Variations in SharePoint 2013, with an emphasis on infrastructural improvements most interesting to IT Admins. Variations is a SharePoint feature that enables users to create, manage, and translate locale-specific content for Internet and intranet Publishing sites. We first introduced Variations in SharePoint 2007. Since then, we've had the opportunity to learn how customers use the feature and...

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​The Contoso Learning Companion is a modern Windows 8 application built to work with SharePoint 2010 and 2013. It uses SharePoint sites as collaboration spaces for classes and study groups and integrates with the popular OneNote application for lessons and assignments. This popular starter kit provides everything you need to deliver tailored Windows 8 solutions for SharePoint. By Gerald Ferry, Hillary Mutisya, and Lee Riefberg Interacting with SharePoint sites through Windows 8 apps Today's...

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​Join us at our Virtual Launch Event on February 27th as we celebrate the availability of a major new release coming to Office 365 for businesses.  If you are exploring cloud offerings, you do not want to miss this event. You’ll hear from Kurt DelBene, President of the Microsoft Office Division, about Microsoft’s vision for productivity, enterprise social and the cloud. We’ll demo new features in enterprise social and show how we’ve transformed the full Office experience you know into an...

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After spending the first 15 or so years of my career largely in Project Management roles, I'm sort of a PM junkie when it comes to books and tools and methodologies of how to move something from ideation (PM wonk term for idea creation, or initiation phase) to delivery and, ultimately, support. When Arpan Shah moved from the SharePoint product team at Microsoft over to Project Server (he's now working on Office365), I shared some advice with him (which I'm sure he doesn't remember): don't try...

Source Feed: SharePoint Reviews Articles

In its simplest form, BrightWork is a product aimed at work, project and portfolio management on SharePoint. In its eleventh release, BrightWork has solidified itself as a strong player in the project management space on SharePoint. It’s packed with a bevy of features you’d expect to see in a PM tool that provide for many use cases when looking to simplify the complexities of managing projects on SharePoint. In this review, I will highlight some of the new features in this release that I think...

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Clearly one of the most challenging things in managing SharePoint is permissions.  Supporting SharePoint adoption requires trust in the platform, and in many cases, the out-of-the-box permissions management just doesn’t quite meet the needs.  In fact, in many environments it is poor governance and poor management practices that lead to security leaks that ultimately give SharePoint a bad name.  Failed deployments can be linked back to poor management practices as it leads to permissions,...

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SharePoint has been sold as both an application and a platform.  One of the biggest challenges in SharePoint deployments is often finding the core scenarios.  It’s easy to say it’s a portal, search, or collaboration.  What should it really be used for?  Is it a collaboration platform? Is it a portal?  Is it an ECM publishing site?  With EPM Live there is no guessing.  The rich enterprise project and work management solutions plug right into your SharePoint environment and provide the key...

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The SharePoint Shepherd’s Guide for End Users: 2010
For the record, I am not a developer or a SharePoint administrator. I am an end user. Perhaps I could consider myself a bit more than that - a “power user”, maybe. Definitely a line of business owner. I think of myself as a key decision maker in my organization, BA Insight, when it comes to business solutions based on SharePoint. I have substantial influence over the tools we use for sales and marketing, both internally and externally. Our...

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Questions to ask yourself about SharePoint; using LightSwitch to build a SharePoint app; client-side scripting; and more Visit website for full story...

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The Content Search Web Part; what SharePoint can learn from SurveyMonkey; search results by query string; and more Visit website for full story...

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