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Month: May 2013

Introduction to SharePoint 2013 Records Management

Introduction to SharePoint 2013 Records Management

SharePoint 2013 has added on and improved on many of the features for Records Management including: Improvements on most of the SharePoint 2010 features (detailed at the bottom of this post) plus: Unified eDiscovery & Holds Site Policies for Closure and Deletion Site Mailbox To the Cloud…. Main focus for Microsoft with 2013 Majority of the new and existing Records Management (and other IM) features have feature parity with Office 365! As part of a few talks I’ve done lately…

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SharePoint 2013 Developers – Enable Developer Dashboard Now. It will make your life easier!

SharePoint 2013 Developers – Enable Developer Dashboard Now. It will make your life easier!

Even though SharePoint Server 2013 has been released for a while now, I still see developers who aren’t taking advantage of a new feature in SharePoint 2013 that will make their implementation, code analysis and debugging  a lot easier. The developer dashboard was initially released in SharePoint 2010.  It was designed to provide diagnostic information to troubleshoot problems with SharePoint page level components (i.e. web parts, master pages, etc…) that would be difficult to isolate without viewing backend logs or…

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Ensure you install the SharePoint Server 2013 March 2013 Public Update!

Ensure you install the SharePoint Server 2013 March 2013 Public Update!

In a recent post by Bill Baer (Microsoft SharePoint Senior Product Manager), he indicates that anyone who has installed SharePoint Server 2013 who wants to be able to install future product updates, should install the SharePoint Server 2013 March 2013 Public Update.   See a full description. He goes on to say the following: “Q:  Do I need to install the SharePoint Server 2013 March 2013 Public Update? A:  The SharePoint Server 2013 March 2013 Public Update establishes a baseline for…

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