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  • May.06.2015

    ​Day three at Microsoft Ignite in Chicago.  Lots of sessions, and lots of parties.  Honoured to win the Best Implementation of a Governance or Security Solution for SharePoint at the Metalogix and the SharePoint Best of Breed Awards last night for Extranet User Manager and our work at the Ontario Association of Children's​ Aid Societies.  Detail in the News Release.

    As expected, no earth shattering fundamental changes for SharePoint 2016.  Microsoft has been pretty clear that their first investments are in the cloud, and then those features come back into on premise.  Web content management has been a big focus area for us, and no announcements there.  No deprecation of features there either, which is good news.  For our WCM clients on SharePoint 2010 still, I would say it is safe to upgrade to SharePoint 2013 now, as that architecture is looking fundamentally the same in SharePoint 2016.

    Three top sessions for me so far.  Decks and videos are available on Channel 9.

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  • Mar.26.2015

    ​​We've had a number of clients recently inquire about hosting their SharePoint in the cloud, but not in Office 365.  There are a number of scenarios where this makes sense.  It could be that you are looking to host your public web site, which Office 365 no longer supports.  Or you could be looking at hosting an Extranet, and the external sharing or licensing of your external users individually doesn't make sense (look for another post from me on that topic).  Regardless of the reason, one of the first questions we get is what are the costs.  Of course that depends, hence the white paper and calculator I've created.

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