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    If you are an IT Pro that will be deploying Office 365, or a Microsoft Partner studying for the 70-323 Administering Office 365 exam,  make sure to head over to http://aka.ms/O365-CertJump to watch Ajinkya Pinto and Fulvio Salanitro (Partner Technical Consultants) share the information you need...
  • Blog Post: PTS Power Start Workshop : Understanding the Latest Management Packs for Operations Manager 2007 R2, SharePoint 2010 and Exchange 2010

    <Cross-posted from Iftekhar ’s blog> My team is delivering some great webinars on Microsoft System Center technologies. In our continuous effort to ramp up our Microsoft partners on Microsoft technologies we are bringing some interesting of 1:Many Technical Webinars. If you are partner company...
  • Blog Post: SharePoint Conference 2011 Session Recordings Available

    Update: It looks like the recordings have been pulled off of YouTube.  Perhaps they were not supposed to be there in the first place.  It was good while it lasted… make sure to sign up for SharePoint Conference 2012 here: http://www.mssharepointconference.com/Pages/default.aspx Hello All- After...
  • Blog Post: Migrating File Shares to SharePoint Online

    ( Post courtesy Partner Solution Consultant Andre Kieft) It has been a while since I created a blog post, but recently I received a lot of questions and requests for advice on how to migrate file shares to SharePoint and use SkyDrive Pro (SDP). So I figured to create a blog post with the things you need...
  • Blog Post: Integrating Remote Desktop Services with SharePoint Server 2010

    Post courtesy of Yashkumar Tolia One of the first things that an IT administrator (and even an end user) dreams for is “Integration”. For an administrator, integration of multiple technologies in your environment, consolidation of various products, management of everything from one single place, provision...
  • Blog Post: SharePoint 2010–Returning Document ID in Search Results

    (Post courtesy Sean Earp , with research and XSLT authoring by Alaa Mostafa) One of my favorite features of SharePoint 2010 is the Document ID. As discussed in the MSDN article Developing with Document Management Features in SharePoint Server 2010 (ECM) : A document ID is a unique identifier...
  • Blog Post: CRM 2011 and SharePoint 2010 Integration - Part 2

    (Post courtesy of Anand Nigam ) Hi SharePoint Folks, This post comes after a long time after the Part 1 . But as the saying goes – better late than never . Here I am back with Part 2, this time we will focus on Reporting CRM information into SharePoint Using Excel services. Part 1: Introduction and CRM...
  • Blog Post: SharePoint and Exchange Calendar together

    (post courtesy Anand Nigam ) One of the cool things in SharePoint 2010 is the ability to show the Exchange Calendar on a SharePoint site, side by side. This is called as Calendar Overlay This post will walk through how to configure this. Step 1 (prerequisite) 1. I have a SharePoint Site http://fabrikam...
  • Blog Post: The SharePoint Online Site Collection Upgrade Experience–Part 2

    In Part 1 of this post, we walked you through resolving the “Upgrade is currently disabled for your site collection. Please check back later to see if it has been unlocked for you” error that users may see when trying to upgrade their SharePoint Online site collection.  Now, join Partner Solution...
  • Blog Post: The SharePoint Online Site Collection Upgrade Experience–Part 1

    Recently, we have seen questions coming in from Partners about the site collection upgrade experience for their customers who have been upgraded to the new SharePoint Online. After Office 365 (and SharePoint Online) are upgraded to the new version, end users should not notice a difference with their...