It’s been a BIG summer here at Rackspace for all of our SharePoint-focused people. In July, Microsoft announced and demoed a whole fleet of new and improved products. For us, the biggest were the preview release of Office 2013 and the SharePoint Server 2013 Preview. Take a look at the official announcement from Microsoft about the Office 2013 Preview. There is a lot of cool stuff to see, so buckle in and get ready to hear more about SharePoint 2013!
Migrating SharePoint from an on-premise environment to a SharePoint service provider offers an ideal opportunity to streamline data stores by consolidating resources and functionality while using governance tools to plan for ongoing data management. However, the migration process can also be a complex, hard-to-manage project resulting in lost productivity, data corruption or loss of critical functionality if it’s not properly planned and executed. Here are a few points to consider when gearing up for a SharePoint migration.
It feels like summer is almost over. Vacations are wrapping up and kids are getting ready to head back to school – if the stores have anything to say about it, at least. It seems that summertime is quickly passing by. But don’t let the latest episode of SharePoint Tuesday pass by. If you missed our July 17th episode of SharePoint Tuesday we’ve got it archived for download, so you can listen to it or watch it at your convenience.
Rackspace’s SharePoint team was in San Francisco this week for an invitation-only Microsoft news event featuring Microsoft CEO Steve Ballmer. In this post, Senior SharePoint Consultant and SharePoint Server MVP Jennifer Mason discusses the news.
Rackspace moves at a swift pace. There’s always so much going on that you may have missed something. To fill you in on what you may have missed and to highlight some things that are coming soon, here’s a breakdown of notable news and happenings at Rackspace.
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.