Microsoft might have flexed its My Way or the Highway? muscle a bit too hard during former CEO's Stave Ballmer's reign, but the house that Bill Gates built is becoming a bit more accommodating now. it's not going to pull the Sharepoint carpet out from anyone, it's just going to make it irresistible to move to Office 365 and OneDrive and, get this, money won?t be the main motivator.
What is the SharePoint Online Migration API? – A closer Technical Look
We’ve already covered some of the details on the new API that Microsoft announced at Ignite, which enables much faster migrations to SharePoint Online (SPO) within Office 365.
Our team at Metalogix has proudly supported local governments on-premises and in the cloud for three and a half years. Today I am excited to share that we will be magnifying our commitment with our partnership with the Microsoft CityNext program. This new certification validates our ongoing work of helping public entities move, manage and secure their collaboration content across on-prem and cloud platforms and we look forward to empowering even more cities and local governments with Microsoft and other CityNext partners.
As the Product Manager for the Replicator product, I’m excited to write about the release of version 7.1. It was a great experience learning from our solution engineers, developers and customers about all of the capabilities within Replicator. One consistent message from all my teachers was that replication/synchronization of SharePoint content isn’t a simple thing, and that there’s a lot that goes into monitoring the flow of content from one location to the next.
Hopefully you've been able to read Part One that covered the features like app launcher, cloud UI, OneDrive for Business, Search, Sharing, and Durable links. No, there was no particular reason how these features are divided, it just worked out that way. Let's jump right in.
Something is going to go wrong. It always does. So here at Backup & Recovery Boot Camp, we treat recovery as “When” and not “If.”
Welcome to Backup & Recovery Boot Camp for SharePoint, Week 1.
During Boot Camp, a series of weekly blogs, you’ll learn everything from basic skills through advanced topics on all things related to backing up and recovering your SharePoint environment. Each week, we’ll tackle a new topic--building critical knowledge and instilling a recovery-first mindset that will carry you through even the toughest situations.
Last week, Bruce Schneier penned an excellent article that posed a straightforward question: Is Data a Toxic Asset? As Schneier is one of the world’s leading experts (if not THE leading expert) on all things information and “cyber” security, I recommend that every IT professional read it.
Welcome back to Boot Camp!
This week, we get more technical and goal oriented. Two key performance metrics, Recovery Point Objective (RPO) and Recovery Time Objective (RTO), are the two main technical metrics that people use to indicate acceptable business-related performance targets for backup and recovery. In this post, we tackle in detail the first metric, RPO.
One of the first limitations that SharePoint administrators encounter is that of content database size. Content databases can start at a reasonable size, but over time get larger and more bloated as new content is added – impacting performance and responsiveness.
What does your reputation mean to you? In the case of business, a good reputation can boost brand loyalty, respect and trust. Today, breaches of personally identifiable information (PII) can have a devastating effect on how consumers view a company.
Soon, the European Union’s (EU) General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will add a significant fine to any breach of information for any European citizen.