If you are in information worker of any sort, and have been at it for any more than a couple of years, you’ve experienced it – the X: drive. Or… Continue reading OneDrive is Ready – It’s Seriously Time to Ditch the X: Drive
In the recent announcement outlining the SharePoint integration strategy on the SQL Server Reporting Services Team’s blog, there was a statement that was almost hidden that I think deserves more… Continue reading Completing the Microsoft Reporting Roadmap
If you’ve been using the Excel 2016 Preview or just Excel 2016 (depending on when you read this), you may have noticed that there is no longer an option to… Continue reading Where Did Power View Go in Excel 2016?
There is a lot of guidance out there that indicates that it isn’t possible to use wildcard certificates with Office Web Apps 2013. Much of this stems from one… Continue reading How to Use a Wildcard Certificate With Office Web Apps 2013
While the concept of document templates has been in SharePoint for a very long time, and content types since SharePoint 2007, I often find that many organizations don’t take complete… Continue reading Using Document Templates with Lists and Content Types in SharePoint