Guest Post: SharePoint on Low Bandwidth Connections

Several customers that we have been working recently have been wanting to use SharePoint globally, often with offices in remote parts of the world where internet bandwidth is limited. How well does SharePoint work in these scenarios? What are the options available to someone looking to deploy SharePoint and make it accessible across a low…

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SharePoint 2013: What’s new? Changed? Deprecated?

Hallo @all, ich habe eben den Technet-Artikel gefunden. Noch brandneu… (published: 16. Oktober 2012). Changes from SharePoint 2010 to SharePoint 2013 Der Artikel umfaßt folgende Punkte: Features deprecated in SharePoint 2013 SharePoint Foundation 2010 deprecated search features SharePoint Server 2010 deprecated search features FAST Search Server 2010 for SharePoint deprecated features Sehr zu empfehlen für…

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SharePoint 2013 Training für Administratoren (Videos)

Hi, auf TechCenter gibt es für SharePoint 2013 eine umfangreiche Bibliothek anTrainingsvideos bestehend aus 14 Modulen. (Link) Mein absoluter Favorit ist Modul 13 SharePoint Upgrade, wirklich gut Viel Spaß beim anschauen. Liebe Grüße Patrick

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Case Study: Postal Agency Reduces Costs by 20% with Automated Deployments and Private Cloud

Country or Region: United Kingdom Industry: Government—Postal agencies Royal Mail Group is responsible for universal mail collection and delivery in the United Kingdom. It delivers more than 62 million items to 28.8 million addresses every working day. The organization was preparing to upgrade to the Windows 7 operating system and hoped to transform its manual…

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Dell and Hyper-V for the smaller business

Over the last month I have been on tour with Dell showing what Hyper-V can do for small/medium businesses,  and later this week I’ll be with them in Falmouth.  The argument they put forward for Hyper-V is really simple: You want use a new server for virtualisation, and now that moderns servers can run ten…

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TechNet Seminar: Accelerate IE Migration as part of your Windows 7 Deployment with Microsoft and Quest

Just a reminder that the Quest/Technet event on migrating from IE6 is on April 19th at the Reading Madesjki stadium. Space is limited for this exclusive event, so review the agenda and sign up today! Details below and registration at http://www.quest.com/seminar/solving-ie-6-application-compatibility-issues-with-microsoft-and-quest816245.aspx Reading Madejski Football Ground  Date: Thursday, 19th April at 9:30 Kick off your IE…

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Event: IT Camp Leeds Feb 28th

Back in December Simon and I invited a few friends along to help us beta test a different kind of event, an IT Camp.  The idea is simply to do smaller, more interactive events where discussions and questions are encouraged.  The presenters, (Simon and I) being a bit more in the background.  The first of…

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DTS RIP

Data Transformation Services is the bit of SQL Server that helped pay for my house, car and some really nice holidays.  I first got to use it some 12 years ago and after working with BCP (bulk copy program) it was just so easy, I was sucking data out of AS400/RPG, Oracle and Sybase to…

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Some SQL Server 2012 upgrade advice for ISVs

I have spent a lot if time recently briefing Independent Software Vendors (ISVs) on SQL Server 2012,so I thought a consolidated post on the subject might be useful for those planning to develop solutions on top of SQL Server 2012.  New Features that will just work By this I mean there are some new things…

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SQL Server 2012 editions and dependencies

You may have seen that there are going to be some changes to the way SQL Server 2012 is licensed and the editions available, if you haven’t then the detail is here.  What I want to cover off in this post is what the various new features depend on so you are clear on what…

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