Search driven publishing is a powerful feature of SharePoint 2013. However, all SharePoints are not created equal. In this Michael on the Go video I discuss a client case brought to light by my friend Bruce Weaver that highlights some of the considerations you need to take in to account when looking to implement Search driven publishing. SharePoint 2013 Search Driven Publishing and Cross-Site Collection Publishing Overview Search driven publishing features are now available in SharePoint Online SharePoint Online Service Description (*at the very bottom of service description page they also list out SharePoint feature availability across on-premises solutions)
Join me today at 12 noon est for Mid Day Café. We will have Beatriz Oliveira, CEO of BindTuning, showing us how organizations can brand their SharePoint/SharePoint Online sites quickly and economically. Additionally we will have this weeks device of the week, app of the week, Microsoft news, and more. I hope to see you online and bring your questions as well. The show can be seen at http://www.phillymtc.com/SitePages/MTCiTV.aspx Need a reminder simply add this ics calendar file that comes from our Event Calendar on the PhillyMTC website. See you today at noon! :-) This week on Mid Day Café: This week: • Welcome • Microsoft Tech News • Device of the Week – Lenovo ThinkPad Tablet 2 • Bits & Bytes – Simplifying SharePoint Site Skinning both On Premise and in the Cloud (Office 365). Guest BindTuning CEO Beatriz Oliveira • App of the Week – Bing Translator • Mailbag • Upcoming Events • Close
With SharePoint 2013 having been out for a while now I am seeing a rapid uptick in organizations making the switch. As with any upgrade come questions around governance, training, driving user adoption, and more. In this Michael on the Go video I discuss a common formula used with internal SharePoint user groups that has been successful across all these areas. Have a question I can answer for you on the road? Ask me on my blog, Facebook, Twitter. Well it’s a Friday and I am in sore need for more coffee to get ready for the day so I am off. Ciao!
Mark your calendars (see attached ics calendar invite below). I am hosting a special four part Azure series starting this Friday at noon featuring Microsoft Architects Todd Furst and Dani Diaz. Azure is hot with many organizations looking to leverage the cloud for development and testing, hosting key workloads and more. Dani and Todd will be bringing an in-depth understanding of the cloud and if you have had ANY questions around it then this is a series you will want to join. You will be able to fire away with your questions and get them answered by two of the best in the business. From the invite: Azure for Developers 1 of 4 Introduction to Microsoft Azure for the Enterprise – Todd Furst and Danilo Diaz Cloud Computing, Mobility, Big Data and Social Media are the four major trends in IT today. Cloud Computer is unique in that it can be used to enable the others. In this session you will learn the basics concepts of cloud computing, patterns and economic of the cloud. We will also introduce Windows Azure – Microsoft’s Cloud Computing platform. Registration for the session is free. To register click here. Azure for Developers 1 of 4 Introduction to Microsoft Azure for the Enterprise .ics