sharepoint in the cloud

The Fpweb.net Difference Part One: Customer Care

2012-07-26T04:18:06+00:00 July 26th, 2012|

Developing or reevaluating your business IT strategy is never easy. It takes careful consideration and exhaustive research. You want the most for your money and you want a solution that covers you in every way. On-premise or the Cloud. Private or Public Cloud. This hosting company or the other. Someone [...]

Why Fpweb.net Only Does SharePoint Hosting

2012-06-27T08:53:47+00:00 June 27th, 2012|

The (abridged) Fpweb.net Story Many of you know we have been doing SharePoint hosting (in the cloud) for over a decade now. It seems like just yesterday that I was firing up my first SharePoint site (via FrontPage extensions) on a Compaq server. What you may not know is that [...]

SharePoint Private Cloud Hosting vs. Office365 SharePoint Online

2012-05-23T15:33:15+00:00 May 23rd, 2012|

Considering moving your SharePoint environment to the Cloud? “Cloud” is certainly the hot topic in IT right now, and for good reason. Moving your IT infrastructure to the Cloud promises greater flexibility and lower overhead costs. But not all clouds are created equal. For SharePoint cloud hosting, there are two [...]

SharePoint Cloud Hosting: IaaS for your PaaS

2012-03-12T06:22:58+00:00 March 12th, 2012|

Sure, in one sense Microsoft SharePoint is an application: the SharePoint software package is installed and deployed directly on a server (or cluster of multiple servers). But SharePoint is so much more than just another enterprise-level application. Fundamentally, SharePoint is also a platform. Beyond its ‘off-the-shelf’ capabilities for online collaboration [...]

Cloud Computing Concerns: Is your business in the Cloud?

2012-03-04T12:54:19+00:00 March 4th, 2012|

Why the ‘Reasons You Don’t Want to Move to the Cloud’ are actually the ‘Reasons You Should be in the Cloud’ The Cloud is a the buzzword. We’ve tried to make that abundantly clear. Most of our blogs and conversations center around it. Why you need the Cloud. Where SharePoint meets the [...]

Head in the CloudShare with SharePoint Hosting

2012-03-01T05:11:10+00:00 March 1st, 2012|

A Word with Chris Riley, Product Marketing Manager and Evangelist for CloudShare Here at Fpweb.net, we aim to be your trusted SharePoint advisor. To live up to that name, we develop strong relationships with companies that offer quality third party tools for Microsoft SharePoint. Fpweb.net does the legwork so that [...]

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 Fpweb.net SharePoint Site using Visual Studio 11 (Dev Preview). The new [...]

SharePoint Document Management: Collaboration in the Cloud

2012-01-22T08:54:06+00:00 January 22nd, 2012|

It’s no secret that document collaboration is essential in today’s business world. Frequently, the expertise and roles of multiple people are required to complete a single business document; sometimes an editing process has to occur before a document can be approved for publishing. […]

Ford Unveils Cloud Computing Car at CES 2012

2012-01-08T04:08:33+00:00 January 8th, 2012|

The Cloud just got its driving license! “The car in the cloud is more than just cool technology; it’s the harbinger of a fundamental shift in the way automakers will do business in the future. ” – William Clay “Bill” Ford Jr. Need further proof “the cloud” is gaining momentum [...]

SharePoint Decisions: To Host or Not to Host?

2011-12-27T04:29:36+00:00 December 27th, 2011|

Clear your mental mystification of SharePoint hosting As a SharePoint architect at Fpweb.net, I hear questions all the time about hosting SharePoint in a private cloud vs. hosting SharePoint On Premise. Trust me, I completely understand the mental mystifications that you and your organization are going through when considering this. [...]