Sometimes it is the little things (By Michael Doyle)

Often times we get down in the weeds with SharePoint and forget that many people are just getting onto SharePoint or they are in an environment where they cannot install tools (like SharePoint Designer). This doesn’t mean that that your site can’t be cleaned up a bit. Let’s face it, SharePoint is pretty ugly out […]

August 20th, 2013|Branding & Design|Comments Off on Sometimes it is the little things (By Michael Doyle)

Post Event Wrap Up – Sydney and Auckland 2013

Huge thanks to everyone who participated…

The NZ event kicked off with the Microsoft New Wave of Innovation Keynotes – and while this extended our reach beyond “just talking SharePoint”, I think this was well-received and gave attendees a good look at Microsoft’s roadmap. Watch the time lapse vid here to see the large crowd coming […]

Rolling Up Content in SharePoint 2013

SharePoint 2013 introduces a new way of rolling up content with the introduction of the Content Search Web Part (CSWP). There are many other blog posts on the ins and outs of how to set this up – check out these great resources:

Laura Rogers – SharePoint 2013 Web Part: Content Search

Benjamin Niaulin – SharePoint 2013 […]

March 6th, 2013|Branding & Design, Information Management, Taxonomy, IA & Search|Comments Off on Rolling Up Content in SharePoint 2013

SharePoint Designer: The root of all evil?

I’ve noticed over the last couple of years visiting various organisations, whether to train them specifically to use SharePoint Designer or to get them up to speed with the out-of-the-box functionality, that there is one conversation that tends to polarise people – whether SharePoint Designer should be “allowed” to be used within that organisation.

These polarising […]

February 7th, 2013|Branding & Design, Change, Training & User Adoption, Governance|Comments Off on SharePoint Designer: The root of all evil?

ShareThePoint is now upgraded to RTM!

We were bleeding/leading edge in producing the first site in our region on SharePoint 2013 – in the BETA version. With that came bugs and issues, and lots of patience, while we endured them – so thank you to those who stuck it out with us!

​We have now upgraded to RTM (Release to Manufacture) and are […]

February 7th, 2013|Branding & Design, Change, Training & User Adoption, Information Management|Comments Off on ShareThePoint is now upgraded to RTM!

SharePoint Designer: Its all about control

​I talked a bit in the last post about SharePoint Designer and the differing perceptions out there about its use in organisations. There are lots of blogs and forum answers out there, but for completeness on this topic, I’m revisiting them here. In this post I’m going to go into the specifics of what options […]

February 7th, 2013|Branding & Design, Change, Training & User Adoption, Governance, Security & Identity|Comments Off on SharePoint Designer: Its all about control

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