SPTechCon Boston | August 24-27, 2015

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Microsoft announces SharePoint server patches will no longer be published in Windows Update

Mar 4, 2015 11:28:28 AM

Microsoft announced in mid-February that SharePoint CU patches, including non-security product updates, would be made available through Windows Update going forward. Now it seems the company has changed its mind.

Topics: SharePoint CU, patching

Know your insider security threats

Mar 4, 2015 9:00:00 AM

As more organizations are storing more sensitive business content and data, security becomes a top concern. Most deal well with hacks from outside the organization, via encryption, preventing data from being downloaded onto mobile devices or moved via e-mail, and many other techniques. Those same organizations, though, have a difficult time assessing vulnerabilities from threats that originate inside the organization.

Topics: SharePoint security, Metalogix

SP Marketplace announces SP Project Tracker Pro, a project-management template for SMBs using Office

Mar 2, 2015 4:58:13 PM

SP Marketplace (SharePoint Marketplace) the leader in Office 365 business applications, announced SP Project Tracker Pro, a project management template pre-built on SharePoint and Office 365. SP Project Tracker Pro is part of SP Business Suite, the first business software architected specifically for Office 365 SharePoint Online, which includes ten modules which deliver an out-of-the-box Intranet and Departments structure for small to medium businesses. They can be purchased individually or in packages. SP Project Tracker Pro module includes:

Topics: SP Marketplace

Developer Days

Feb 25, 2015 11:34:22 AM

I’m putting the finishing touches on the program for SPTechCon Developer Days, a three-day conference on June 24-26 designed to give SharePoint and Office 365 developers the tools and skills they need to enhance the value of their organizations’ SharePoint implementations.

Topics: SPTechCon Dev Days

Office 365 readiness: Know your organization’s collaborative maturity

Feb 25, 2015 10:55:49 AM

A few weeks ago at SPTechCon in Austin, I was on the expert panel discussing “SharePoint at the Crossroads.” Of course, a lot of the talk was about Office 365 and whether it was right for everyone, or if hybrid was the right thing for everyone, or what “right” even might look like, and so on.

Topics: Office 365, SharePoint Maturity Model

SPTechCon Sponsor Interview: Stephen Moore | Kapow

Feb 25, 2015 10:45:10 AM

Stephen More explains how his service makes migration to SharePoint from any legacy platform a possibility.

Topics: SPTechCon

SPTechCon Sponsor Interview: Ayman Husain | Amazon Keynote Speaker

Feb 25, 2015 10:28:00 AM

Ayman Husain explains the benefits of integrating Amazon Web Services with your SharePoint implementation as well as the developing role of cloud services for business of all sizes. The cost to entry barrier for cloud services gets smaller every day and AWS has a great history of making these products consumer ready and affordable.

Topics: Cloud Services

K2 Raises Over $100 Million to Accelerate Growth

Feb 20, 2015 12:59:49 PM

Seattle, WA.– K2, an industry leader in business application platforms and solutions, today announced it has agreed to accept a strategic investment from Francisco Partners, a leading global private equity firm focused on the technology sector, to support investment in K2’s go-to-market initiatives and product innovation.  The funding will enable K2 to further its vision of empowering its customers to optimize their business processes and seamlessly build and run their own unique business applications on premises and in the cloud.  The transaction is expected to close during the first quarter of 2015.

Topics: SharePoint, K2

How does your SharePoint perform?

Feb 18, 2015 11:47:13 AM

People implementing SharePoint concern themselves with business value, and governance, and adoption. But performance seems to be one area that too often is either overlooked, or put off until major problems arise.

Topics: performance

Walking the app model tightrope: An ISV’s perspective

Feb 18, 2015 10:14:30 AM

Since the creation of the App Model for SharePoint, which has been extensively covered in SPTechCon’s news section, there have been a few hiccups, a few changes, and a whole lot of learning curve. Even today, many people do not have apps configured on their farm. The reasons for not configuring vary from person to person, but in the end come down to a few major pieces.

Topics: app model

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