Posts Tagged ‘SharePoint 2016’

SharePoint 2016 Just Got A Whole Lot Less Ugly: Feature Pack 1

SharePoint 2016 Just Got A Whole Lot Less Ugly

Back in March I did an analysis of “the Good, the Bad, and the Ugly” of SharePoint 2016 (you can see our recorded webinar on this here).   This was just after the Release to Manufacturing (RTM) of SharePoint 2016. I went through it in four areas: Infrastructure, User Experience, Compliance, and Hybrid.   There was a lot…

Read More

Saying Goodbye to the Google Search Appliance

The commoditization of search engines – driven by open source, Microsoft, and Google themselves – turned the GSA into a mediocre business proposition for Google. The GSA is a tiny rounding error on the financials of what just became the world’s most valuable company. But for the tens of thousands of enterprises using it, it’s…

Read More

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…

Read More

The Many Faces of Microsoft Search

The Ignite Conference last week was exhilarating. There is a torrent of new, great content, with 950 sessions including 635 full breakouts – and all of it is freely available on Channel 9 (or will be by the time you read this). I’m still working my way through the 103 sessions I marked as “must…

Read More