SharePoint 2013 Hosting

SharePoint 2013 Hosting – New Best Practices for SharePoint 2013 Farm Design – Streamlined Topology

 

 Microsoft has just released “Streamlined Topology for SharePoint 2013”, new way to build & configure SharePoint 2013 farm. It’s really nice to see official documentation on new approach which I had first heard at SPC12 during SPC119 “. Designing Your SharePoint Server 2013 Enterprise Deployment” Session. In that session Luca Bandinelli delivered prescriptive guidance to build SharePoint 2013 On-Premises farm similar to SharePoint Online based on Microsoft’s lessons learned and best practices while maintaining and building their own SharePoint online…

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SharePoint 2013 Hosting – Ways to Brand SharePoint 2013 Sites

 

 With the release of SharePoint 2013, there are several different ways to brand your SharePoint 2013 site. The goal of this post is to discuss the options available, what skills are necessary to make the change, and what the level of difficulty is for the change. The easiest way to change the look and feel of a site is by going to the Change the look link on the Site Settings page or by selecting the Settings gear and selecting…

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SharePoint Hosting – Tips and Trick to Optimize SharePoint Performance

 

 SharePoint, the fastest growing product in Microsoft’s history, is used to store reams of documents, meaning application performance is a key component for successful SharePoint deployment and adoption. Here are 10 steps to improve the performance of your SharePoint servers. About ASPHostPortal.com ASPHostPortal.com is Microsoft No #1 Recommended Windows and ASP.NET Spotlight Hosting Partner in United States. Microsoft presents this award to ASPHostPortal.com for ability to support the latest Microsoft and ASP.NET technology, such as: WebMatrix, WebDeploy, Visual Studio 2012,…

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SharePoint 2013 Hosting :: Solutions vs. Apps

 

 SharePoint 2013, like all recent versions of SharePoint, is a great development platform that allows customizations via supported extensibility models. There are two ways to add custom functionality to SharePoint 2013: SharePoint Solutions and SharePoint Apps. At a high-level, we will cover each extensibility model, along with advantages and disadvantages of each approach from the development and deployment perspectives. Overview of SharePoint Solutions (*.wsp) SharePoint 2013 will support this classic model well-known to all SharePoint developers. SharePoint Solutions are still…

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SharePoint 2013 Hosting :: Using IFrame in Content Editor WebPart SharePoint 2013

 

 In SharePoint 2013 admins can now Insert an iframe element into an HTML field like Content editor webpat on a page. This will let users Embed dynamic content from other sites, such as videos or map directions on any SharePoint site page. Any external domains that will be Inserted in Iframe should be added as approved domains in “HTML Field Security”. By default, certain trusted external domains are already approved for use in iframes.Site collection administrators can customize the field…

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SharePoint 2013 Hosting :: How to Manage SharePoint 2013 Online Using Powershell

 

 When SharePoint 2010 was released we had hundreds of cmdlets available for our on-premises deployments but when it came to Office365 we only had cmdlets available for manipulating our subscription details, users in AD, and Exchange Online (http://onlinehelp.microsoft.com/en-us/office365-enterprises/hh125002.aspx). With the release of SharePoint 2013 as part of the Office365 offering we now have the ability to use PowerShell to manipulate our SharePoint Site Collections in the cloud. The capabilities are somewhat limited in that our abilities are limited to manipulating…

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SharePoint 2013 Hosting :: Managing Your New SharePoint 2013

 

 I have had the pleasure of being able to test SharePoint Server 2013 for about the past year and with the preview and public information becoming available I wanted to put together this article to cover some of the major changes that are coming with SharePoint Server 2013 (also SharePoint Foundation 2013) and things for you to think about in your current or planned SharePoint 2010 implementation. Due to some release information restrictions I will use a lot of information…

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