Business-critical processes with SharePoint and SQL
SharePoint 2010 provides the ability to connect to backend business systems, surface business data in SharePoint and make it accessible by, and useful to, employees across the organization. Almost every company of significant size uses ERP and CRM solutions to run core business processes. Over time, companies have developed detailed practices around using such systems to support vertical disciplines within the organization (e.g. product planning, financial performance management, supply-chain management, etc.), yet challenges remain with regard to driving visibility and collaboration, based on business data, across different disciplines and teams. These challenges stem from the fact that only a fraction of employees are licensed and trained to use those backend systems, and from the high cost and complexity of integrating such systems across different functions and teams. To learn more about the benefits related to enable business-critical solutions with SharePoint and SQL, follow the link below.
What’s New in SharePoint Online: November 2011 Update
Our first update to SharePoint Online (SPO) since the launch of Office 365 (O365) became generally available on June 28, 2011 is now complete worldwide. We thought it would be a good time to share information about the new features and fixes available as part of this service update. On a broad level, this update enables greater reach to both people and external data, while at the same time increasing the number of supported devices and Web browsers. We also added some self-management recovery capabilities. But there’s a lot more, too.
OpsVault — Operate and Optimize IT
Microsoft Premier Support UK - Site Home - TechNet Blogs
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Microsoft Internet Information Server
This is your single source for finding Microsoft Internet Information Services tools, samples, extensions, filters and modules created by Microsoft and the IIS community.
Events / Webcasts
How to leverage SharePoint to increase communication/collaboration
Join us as we introduce how to utilize Microsoft Office SharePoint Server to create rich and dynamic education portals. During this presentation we will focus on how to effectively use SharePoint for teaching and learning. We will demonstrate how to utilize the built-in features of SharePoint for education such as Content Management, electronic forms, My Sites, wikis and blog as well free open source tools such as the SharePoint Learning Kit and the Teaching Resources Web Part.
Using Lab Management with SharePoint Development
The lab management component of Visual Studio provides the ability to easily create and manage development and test environments. In this session we'll demonstrate how lab management can be used to support development, deployment and test of SharePoint applications.
Testing with SharePoint Projects
As an application platform, SharePoint is subject to the same best practices as any other application development. For example, you should version control your code, you should track your work, and you should test in a pre-production environment. In this session we will discuss the different types of testing suitable to all application development; then we'll focus on the tools and approaches best suited for SharePoint.
Windows SharePoint Services 3.0
None this month
Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007
How to add secondary calendars to the “My Calendar” web part
SharePoint Designer 2007
SharePoint Server Foundation 2010
SharePoint 2010 and Exchange Calendar overlays
W3wp.exe consumes excessive memory when you run a query in SharePoint Foundation 2010
SharePoint Server 2010
Issues to consider when you install SharePoint Foundation 2010 or SharePoint Server 2010 on a Domain Controller
SharePoint 2010: 'Add Documents' link in a Form Library redirects to 'Upload.aspx' and not 'FormServer.aspx'
SharePoint 2010: DataForm Web Part displays "Unable to display this Web Part"
Incorrect list view results are displayed in a SharePoint Server 2010 document library
SharePoint Designer 2010