Yearly Archives: 2013

Speaking at SharePoint Saturday UK 2013

I am thrilled to be speaking for the third time at SharePoint Saturday UK event and want to thank the organisers. This year the event will be held on Saturday, 9th November 2013 at Hinckley Island Hotel, Hinckley, Leicestershire, which

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Power View in Excel, SharePoint 2013 and SQL Server Reporting Services

This is another quick post to outline what Power View is and options for using in Excel and/or SharePoint, specifically with 2013 Microsoft technology stack. Though the information presented in this post is available on various Microsoft web pages, I’ve

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Database Performance Metric Provider SharePoint 2013 Timer Job causing 15 seconds page load

Recently, I came across a performance issue in my SharePoint 2013 development environment (RTM) with SQL Server 2012 causing every page to take about 15 seconds to load. My SharePoint 2013 development environment has all the service applications deployed in

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Enabling colleagues blog posts in Newsfeed of your SharePoint My Site

We recently came across an issue with one of our clients who was having troubles with showing colleagues’ blog post updates in newsfeed part of the profile page in SharePoint (2010) MySite. In our client’s case the problem was that

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So you want to automate business forms and process?

Recently, we received a request from a client organisation (IT staff on behalf of business department) using SharePoint that they would like to automate an absence form(s) and process, to which I replied, you mean the process of managing absences!

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Getting ready for SharePoint 2013 Certification

To climb on to the SharePoint 2013 expert-level certification ladder, Microsoft have reinvented certifications to maintain their market relevance as the industry shifts to the cloud. Hence the new certifications are now focused on solutions rather than products, whether on-premises

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