What You May Have Missed This Month (April)


Well, it’s another month under our belts with several new articles, tweets and posts to broadcast.

While April was teasing sunshine and flirting with rain, the social medias were churning out all you could read regarding SharePoint 2013, the Cloud, security, and a lot more. And while you may have caught an article or two as it passed by your social radar, we did our best to corral the best of the month and put them all in one convenient place for you. Because we’re sweet like that…

Most of the time we post things that we have created for the SharePoint Community – things like resources and comparison charts, top ten lists, tutorials, quick overviews, etc. – and sometimes we post great articles that we happened across and want to share with you. We hope you find these links useful, entertaining and shareable.

Make sure you follow us on Twitter and like us on Facebook to get the news as it’s happening.

So, without further ado, here are our posts that got the most engagement this month:

7 SharePoint 2013 Upgrade Tools You Can’t Live Without:


Compare SharePoint 2010 and SharePoint 2013 features and requirements side-by-side:


Are SharePoint & Internet Explorer 10 not getting along? Check out our easy fix to make them work in sync again:


SharePoint 2013 Enterprise Content Management features allows users to share & find data in familiar & modern ways:


A handy chart to compare the key feature differences between #SharePoint 2010 & SharePoint 2013:


We are excited to announce the opening of our latest data center in Google Fiber’s backyard!:


Side-by-side breakdown of the cost savings of SharePoint private cloud hosting vs. on-premises:


Understanding SharePoint Server 2013 Publishing Sites and That Ever Elusive “Edit Links” Link:


Analysis of the 4 key benefits SharePoint for businesses:


Reasons to implement SharePoint in a Hybrid Cloud:


A new survey finds that roughly one out of four organizations are heavily into cloud computing, and they are providing lessons from which everyone else can benefit:


From Requirements to Technology: An Approach to Build #SharePoint Solutions:


4 Mobile Security Predictions to Help CIOs Plan for the Future:


How the Cloud is Impacting SharePoint 2013:


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