At Rackspace, the SharePoint team takes pride in being part of the thriving SharePoint community and providing up-to-date information about the latest and greatest developments. This week is no exception! Earlier last week, I was invited to a private press event in San Francisco during which Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer is expected to share some exciting news.
In our series on SharePoint permissions we have covered some of the basics that can help you understand how to create users, configure groups and add them to SharePoint. In this post we will look at some quick tips and tricks that you can use to help you manage permissions.
It’s been a busy week for everyone – with the Fourth of July hitting mid-week — so it’s easy to see how things may have fallen off your calendar. If you missed our July 3rd episode of SharePoint Tuesday we’ve got it archived for download, so you can listen to at your convenience.
SharePoint mirrors the features that keep millions engaged on popular social networking sites to give organizations an out-of-the-box solution to spur enterprise collaboration and innovation. As the social medium grows, users want the same tools at work that they use in their personal lives to share vacation pictures, funny videos and other content. Many of the social features in SharePoint 2010 map directly to the features and functionality that workers already use to stay in touch with business contacts and friends on Facebook, Twitter or LinkedIn.
In this edition of our SharePoint permissions blog series, we cover three topics regarding different places in SharePoint where permissions can be applied. These three videos contain graphical examples and demonstrations of real world scenarios when managing SharePoint permissions.
Rackspace has been named the 2012 Microsoft Hosting Partner of the Year, an award that recognizes managed, cloud and hybrid hosting. This marks the fourth time Rackspace has captured this rousing honor.
In our series on SharePoint permissions we have covered some of the basics that can help you understand how to create users, configure groups and add them to SharePoint. In this post we look at the concept of Permissions Inheritance and Limited Access. These two concepts play a primary role in the implementation of custom permissions.