Must have SharePoint, O365 and desktop search tool- X1 Search

This is an unsolicited recommendation for X1 Search. http://www.x1.com This great search tool for the desktop, social media, network shares, and SharePoint and O365 is blazing fast and uses the native SharePoint search.   This week alone X1 has already saved me hours  by finding lost emails and documents that Windows 8.1 search did not locate. … Continue reading Must have SharePoint, O365 and desktop search tool- X1 Search

I’m presenting on “auto metadata extraction with Pingar” at SFVSP

http://www.meetup.com/San-Fernando-Vally-SharePoint-Professionals/events/96455862/ When: Tuesday, February 12, 2013 6:30 PM Where: New Horizons Computer Learning 333 North Glenoaks Boulevard #400 Burbank, CA 91501 Join us for a night of metadata fun. Jim Ehrenberg, Managing Partner at SharePoint Pros, will demonstrate an employee resource center. He'll discuss how using metadata and tools like Pingar could be used to help … Continue reading I’m presenting on “auto metadata extraction with Pingar” at SFVSP

Comprehensive – SharePoint 2010 Best Practices (en-US)

SharePoint 2010 Best Practices (en-US) Table of Contents This Wiki page contains an overview of SharePoint 2010 Best Practices of all kinds, divided by categories. ◦Intro ◦Performance ◦Planning ◦Installation, Removal, Configuration, and Operation ◦Deployment ◦Virtualization ◦Real Life Usage ◦Backup and Recovery ◦Development ◦Search ◦Upgrade and Migration ◦Extranet Environments ◦Farms ◦Top 10 Blogs to Follow ◦Top … Continue reading Comprehensive – SharePoint 2010 Best Practices (en-US)

Unsolicited Product Plug- SPDocKit

I love this tool. Nothing like it for generating some really detialed farm documentation. I use it daily.  It also has a browser view so you can view all your farm info directly from the app. Small footprint- loads on server- invaluable. Plus I love their tech support. A must have for admins and those … Continue reading Unsolicited Product Plug- SPDocKit

Links from SharePoint Saturday’s presentation

Manty thanks to those who attended my presentation at #SPSLA on "10 Free SharePoint Tools You Want to Have in Your Toobelt". (And thanks for your patience during my virtual server crash!). As promised here are the links: — 1.PowerShell GUI Command Line Builder http://www.microsoft.com/resources/TechNet/en-us/Office/media/WindowsPowerShell/WindowsPowerShellCommandBuilder.html 2.SharePoint Manager http://spm.codeplex.com/ 3.Easy Tabs http://blog.pathtosharepoint.com/ 4.SharePoint Log Viewer http://sharepointlogviewer.codeplex.com/Continue reading Links from SharePoint Saturday’s presentation