Changes to content deployment in SharePoint Server 2013

If you’re familiar with the content deployment feature in previous versions of SharePoint Server, then you’ve probably heard that there have been a few changes to make it easier in SharePoint Server 2013. In this blog post, I’ll explain those changes, including: When to use content deployment Alternatives to content deployment What’s new for content…

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Integrating social media with public-facing websites in SharePoint 2013

Integrating social media within your organization can help you reach your organization’s goals. The integration can be done on your organization’s intranet to increase transparency, but you can also make social networks a part of your public-facing website to expand reach and increase conversion of your website. This post is written by Waldek Mastykarz, Microsoft…


Integrating SharePoint, Exchange, and Lync for value-add solutions

The three main Office servers—SharePoint, Exchange, and Lync—deliver terrific value to businesses. On their own, they help you communicate, collaborate, publish, share and manage content. By integrating these three server products, you can solve bigger business problems than any of them solve on their own. The Office Content Group is now introducing a new type…