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SharePoint migration tools

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Migration projects are generally complicated. It takes time to complete the project, sometimes involve moving content between incompatible systems, and 100% satisfaction of the stakeholders is hard to get. It’s going the same way with SharePoint Migration Projects, however using the right third party tool could make the process easier. What is a migration? Migration is the process of moving from the use of one operating environment to another operating environment that is, in most…

 
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New search capabilities in SharePoint Server 2013-2016

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For the ones who have not migrated their environment on SharePoint 2013, or the novices, here is an article in which we will discover the new search capabilities in SharePoint Server 2013. We will have an overview of: Search User interface Crawling Structure Index & Search Schema Health reports Search architecture   What is the SP Search tool?  SharePoint contains a search technology, which combines advanced search and analytics features. This feature is highly customizable….

 
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BEEZY: Social Network for SharePoint 2013

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Social Networking.. Everybody is actually “connected”: professional network, private social network… There is so many solutions around as of today. Which one should I use? What are the differences? Regarding the use of  a social work, we have already seen YAMMER, what about BEEZY? What is Beezy? Beezy is a social network built inside SharePoint. Beezy comes in two flavors: on premises behind the firewall on SharePoint Server 2010 and in the cloud on Office365….

 
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SharePoint 2013 – Office 365 & Power BI

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Quick reminder of what is SharePoint 2013 and Office 365 SharePoint 2013 SharePoint 2013 is a collaborative platform that allows organizations to increase the efficiency of their business processes. link: https://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/cc303422.aspx Office 365 with SharePoint 2013 This is the Online version of SharePoint 2013. When you sign in to Office 365, or your organization’s corporate intranet site, you’ll see links to Newsfeed, OneDrive, and Sites in the global navigation bar. These are your entry points…

 
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SharePoint Governance? Why?

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Companies are struggling with SharePoint. It’s been installed, and abandoned. Business stuff is not drove to make SharePoint succeed. From this point you need to dress up a governance for SharePoint. Governance focuses on the technology, business and human side of SharePoint. What is GOVERNANCE? Governance is the set of: policies roles responsibilities processes that help and drive Companie’s IT Team and business divisions in order to get their GOALS. Good governance is therefore establishing…

 
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Ways to improve your SharePoint Intranet

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World today is changing in companies using different path to get better communication with their staff, to boost productivity, improve the effectiveness of the strategy and business direction. SharePoint has become a reference’s tool regarding this point, however, many organizations still struggling to get the most out of the features it offers and find it difficult to increase adoption. In this article, we will see the key points to improve your SharePoint environnement. USE “FOLLOW”…

 
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Recap SharePoint Event Paris 2015

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  Guillaume Meunier and I went to SharePoint Event 2015 in Paris on Saturday 30, May. This event was well organized and on time! We learned about the news features regarding SharePoint, related to B.I, SQL, governance, collaboration & Communication, Workflow and Process System. The sessions we followed are: How OneDrive Company revolutionized storing files in my business Almost all companies use the SMB file system and deployment networks on workstations to store and centralize…

 
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Because SharePoint 2013 has also limitations!

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WHAT IS?  Boundaries: are Static limits that cannot be exceeded by design. An example of a boundary is the 2 GB document size limit.  Thresholds: are configurable limits that can be exceeded to accommodate specific  requirements. A good example is the document size limit.  Supported limits: are configurable limits that have been set by default to a tested value. An example of a supported limit is the number of site collections per farm.   In…

 
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A SharePoint – Business Analyst? What for?

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Business analysis is becoming a widely accepted and valued position in organizations today, particularly those that are looking for new ways to enhance information systems. Good business analysis allows us to deal effectively with complexity, which in turn enables creativity and innovation.   Quick Reminder of what is SharePoint Microsoft SharePoint is a robust collaboration platform that empowers people to work together. It’s a CMS to share, organize, discover, build and manage projects / data….

 
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Sharepoint and Nintex Workflow: automate your Business Processes

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  What is a WORKFLOW? A workflow is the representation of an operation sequence, declared as work of a person or group, an organization of staff, or one or more simple or complex mechanisms. These mechanisms could be automated using specific tools. In other words, we could compare a “workflow” to a “recipe”. Imagine you have to cook something sweet, first you choose the kind, then open the book, and you have to follow steps,…

 
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