Tag Archives: SharePoint 2010

SharePoint Olympics: How to Win a SharePoint Intranet Gold Medal

SharePoint Olympics

I love sports, no matter what sport it is. I love watching them and playing them, especially global sporting events like the footballing World Cup and the baseball World Series to name but a few, and they don’t come bigger than the Olympics.

The Evolution of SharePoint

Elastic and SharePoint

I’m not an IT guy. There, I said it. I’m not a programmer or a developer. When I look at SharePoint, I’m not seeing it from the perspective of someone who can dig into the guts of the code and make it dance for me. I’m thinking about the business problems it can solve for […]

Multiplying the Benefits of SharePoint

multiply the benefits of sharepoint

SharePoint is perhaps the most widely used portal platform in the world, and with good reason. The user interface is highly configurable, it provides powerful capabilities for content collaboration, and has a world class search engine embedded within it. The native tools within SharePoint provide a core set of capabilities, but leveraging those to meet […]

Setting up a Visual Best Bet and Recommended Results for Search in SharePoint 2013

Here at BA Insight we’ve recognized through our research that one of the key pillars of search is UX or user experience. In SharePoint 2013, the popular best bets have been integrated into the new Query rules. When a user searches for a result, it’s important to display the most authoritative results. Those results that […]