Microsoft has released a preview of SharePoint Server 2016 for IT professionals, and has worked hard to clearly communicate the new features and upgrade paths. But what can you expect as an Intranet Manager or power user?
===update 27th May 2016=== With the demise of Yammer Conversations –what looked like quite a cool initiative to bring Yammer comments into Office Docs and vice versa– you might be forgiven for thinking that there’s not been much progress in integrating Yammer… read more
The intranet is no longer ‘one thing’. While the intranet may be the foundation of the digital workplace, it is made up of several platforms and tools. If SharePoint has always been your focus, prepare for the new wave of… read more
As someone who has been focusing on Enterprise Search in SharePoint for years, I can say I now know it inside out. There are things I like a lot, there are others I don’t like too much. In this blog… read more
A successful intranet cannot be simply installed and launched; the whole organisation needs to be engaged. Here’s how to share the responsibility for the intranet beyond the core intranet team.
Most people are eager to update to the latest version of their favourite app, but it’s just not possible to press an ‘update’ button with SharePoint. The wise intranet manager will have a certain amount of trepidation as they embark along the SharePoint migration path.
You might be most concerned with making sure site collections (Team Sites, My Sites) get upgraded to SharePoint 2013 smoothly; find out what to watch out for as you hit the metaphorical update button.
We’ve learned creating “pretty” SharePoint functionality means thinking quite a long way past “Out of the box”. Here’s just a little taste of the sort of things you can create with some good SharePoint knowledge, lateral thinking and just a dash of wizardry.
SharePoint 2010 looks to be the biggest update in the Microsoft Office family this year. But what are the major changes to SharePoint, and how will this affect your intranet?