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  • Blog Post: SharePoint 2013 Snippet: User License Enforcement

    In MOSS 2007 and SharePoint Server 2010, it’s technically possible to set up an environment so that some users have the SharePoint Standard CAL and some users have the Enterprise CAL. Note the word “technically.” In order to get it to work and be compliant, you have to be extremely...
  • Blog Post: SharePoint 2013 Snippet: Machine Translation Services

    SharePoint 2013 brings in Machine Translation Services, which provides automatic content translation or packages up content in a standard format for human translation. For the automated translation, it uses a cloud-based translation service, sending content to the web to a Microsoft translation service...
  • Blog Post: SharePoint 2013 Snippet: SharePoint Designer Workflows

    Happy New Year! Picking up where I left off last year, I’m going to talk about another change in SharePoint 2013 that I think is worth shouting about. This is one of those areas where I got disproportionally excited about a new feature: you can do a loop in a SharePoint Designer workflow. ...
  • Blog Post: SharePoint 2013 Snippet: Content Search Web Part

    The Content Search Web Part is a new web part in SharePoint 2013 that lets you bring together data from across SharePoint into a single view. For example, you might have a page on your intranet for engagements with a particular customer. You can use the Content Search Web Part to find any document that...
  • Blog Post: SharePoint 2013 Snippets: Shredded Storage

    I’ve been spending this week learning about SharePoint 2013 on the Ignite training. Partly in an effort to get this knowledge to stick in my brain, I’m going to be writing a series of blog posts on some of the topics covered that struck me as particularly interesting or significant. This...
  • Blog Post: SharePoint 2013 Snippets: Access Services

    Access Services is an interesting topic in the 2013 context. When this was described to me, my first reaction was, “but we could do that in 2010.” Then you scratch the surface and discover that everything has changed under the hood. The point of Access Services is to take an Access database...