By Tony Redmond – Full of the collaboration joys, I leapt into action to configure a new SharePoint 2013 server and connect it to Exchange 2013 so that I could experience the delights of site mailboxes, the new method to … Continue reading
Harnessing the sun is an idea that broadly resonates with people, but is often most useful for smaller devices with lesser energy needs. Brown Dog Gadgets is looking to capitalize on this fact a neat little bundle of device-charging panels … Continue reading
Additive manufacturing (or 3D printing) may finally have its moment. The technology has been around for decades, but only recently has it managed to crawl out from behind the curtains of advanced industrial production and bearded basement hobbyists into the … Continue reading
The desktop virtualization service, codenamed Mohoro, is in a very early development phase, from what I’ve heard from sources. I don’t know the final launch target, but I wouldn’t be surprised if it isn’t until the second half of 2014…. … Continue reading
docSTAR, an award-winning developer of document management and content productivity software, will exhibit at iPipeline® Connections 2013, iPipeline’s User Meeting and Conference, and sponsor … Read more:
Today at Mobile World Congress in Barcelona, Spain, SAP introduced a mobile content management solution called SAP Mobile Documents that offers a single entry point to user content from any mobile device… Read more:
From Secrets of SharePoint – Tip of the Day Anjali Sharma By default, when you print a SharePoint page, the header and navigation areas print as well, which is typically undesired. This can be overcome by adding a few CSS … Continue reading
From Secrets of SharePoint – Tip of the Day You can use Windows PowerShell when updating Web Parts on a SharePoint 2010 Web site. First, you can retrieve a specific Web site: PS > $spWeb = Get-SPWeb http://SP01.powershell.nu Next, retrieve … Continue reading
From Secrets of SharePoint – Tip of the Day You can add supported UI Cultures to a SharePoint 2010 Site using Windows PowerShell. First, you can retrieve a specific Web site: PS > $spWeb = Get-SPWeb http://SP01.powershell.nu Next, set the … Continue reading
I hope this is a great year for everyone. Continued health,success and prosperity!
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Upgrading to Windows 8 is a straightforward process, but the details vary depending on your starting point. This second installment of Ed Bott’s Windows 8 upgrade FAQ covers the ins and outs of different upgrade paths … Read more:
Enjoy your day and your meals. Let’s all be grateful for what we have and helpful to those who do not have.
By Jeffrey Piper – Business users are demanding tools that allow them to work with content from anywhere, at anytime and with anyone. Extending on-premise ECM systems to users outside the firewall and on mobile devices, however, is flat out … Continue reading
Our hearts go out to all of you who were affected by the storm. The devastation is enormous for the eastern seaboard and the millions of souls who live here.
Windows IT Pro – Tony Redmond’s Exchange Unwashed – Of course, Microsoft had a great covering story when Exchange 2007 hove into view. complexity of moving a server running a 32-bit version of Windows and … Read more:
Windows IT Pro (blog) Tony Redmond’s Exchange Unwashed These features, which have been present in the now-discontinued Exchange Management Console (EMC) since Exchange 2007, give administrators an insight into the PowerShell code that Exchange will execute (or has executed) to … Continue reading