sharepoint features

Missing SharePoint Functionality in Office 365 [Infographic]

2014-09-10T08:56:37+00:00 September 10th, 2014|

Are You Missing Out on SharePoint Functionality That Can Move Your Business Forward? Office 365 is said to be the business suite that has everything a company would need, and while it does offer tools that any business can benefit from, it may not have the full SharePoint functionality that you [...]

Power BI Features Missing in Office 365

2014-08-07T08:30:47+00:00 August 7th, 2014|

Balance control with agility in Power BI We have been comparing features of SharePoint Office 365 Enterprise E4 plans with SharePoint Server Enterprise hosted environments at Earlier posts have examined the missing Developer features and the missing IT Pro features in Office 365. In this post we’ll examine the Business Intelligence capabilities [...]

SharePoint 2013 IT Pro Features Missing in Office 365

2014-05-23T08:30:02+00:00 May 23rd, 2014|

This is a continuation of the ongoing blog series that explores the differences between a SharePoint farm hosted with Office 365 and one residing in a private cloud provided by In the previous post we took a look at the SharePoint 2013 Developer features missing in Office 365. In this [...]

A Look Back at Our Top SharePoint Tweets of 2013

2014-01-09T08:37:09+00:00 January 9th, 2014|

As new hashtags start trending and the first videos of 2014 go viral, is taking a look back at some our most popular SharePoint tweets and topics of 2013. During 2013, some of the most popular SharePoint topics discussed on Twitter focused around understanding which type of SharePoint was [...]

SharePoint 2010 Standard vs. SharePoint 2010 Enterprise

2012-10-30T18:31:51+00:00 October 30th, 2012|

The major differences between SharePoint 2010 Standard and SharePoint 2010 Enterprise were highlighted some time ago in our monthly newsletter. And if you’re not currently subscribed to our newsletter, it’s very simple to sign up. All you need to do is click here, enter your email address and first name, and [...]

Check In and Check Out Documents in Microsoft SharePoint

2012-03-25T09:27:21+00:00 March 25th, 2012|

[In Part 2 of his series on Document Management and Collaboration in Microsoft SharePoint, Matt Milsark offers advice on using the SharePoint check-in and check-out process. Missed the first post? Please read SharePoint Document Management: Collaboration in the Cloud.] Check This Out! Online document collaboration is quickly becoming standard practice [...]

Perspective: SharePoint Integration with Microsoft Product Suite

2012-01-23T02:55:48+00:00 January 23rd, 2012|

I recently read a very interesting blog post from Ricardo Wilkins on his SharePoint Cowbell blog. He describes his recent SharePoint development experience using the Developer Preview edition of Microsoft Visual Studio 11 in Deploying a Visual Web Part to your Remote-Hosted SharePoint Site using Visual Studio 11 (Dev Preview). The new [...]

MOSS Features that are not available in WSS

2009-10-13T12:32:31+00:00 October 13th, 2009|

People are often asking me why they need MOSS over WSS.  The short answer is that unlike Windows SharePoint Services, Microsoft Office SharePoint Server (MOSS) is a huge enterprise-level platform that can be used for anything and everything. […]