- Five truths you must know about SharePoint and Exchange
By Joel Oleson, Published 05/20/09
Dispelling the myths about Exchange email-archiving with SharePoint will improve content and document management efficiency.
- Don't do that with SharePoint
By Paul Galvin, Published 06/02/09
Steer clear of these traps to save yourself hours of unnecessary work in your SharePoint environment.
- How SQL Server recovery models impact your SharePoint databases
By Ross Mistry and Shirmattie Seenarine, , Published 08/03/09
SharePoint administrators can minimize data loss by selecting the appropriate SQL Server recovery model. But which model is right for your enterprise?
- Four steps to creating practical SharePoint governance standards
By Shawn Shell, Published 02/03/09
To keep their SharePoint environment under control, IT managers should create SharePoint governance standards.
- Myth busting for SharePoint novices
By Molnar, Published 08/17/09
New to SharePoint? With all the misinformation regarding this popular technology, the tip gives you the facts about its ease of use, what it's good for -- and its limitations.
- Document version control goes deeper in SharePoint 2007
By Brien M. Posey, Published 07/29/09
MOSS 2007 has the ability to differentiate between major and minor versions, but that adds to its complexity.
- Oops! I didn't do any capacity planning for SharePoint
By Stephen Cummins, Published 10/05/09
How do you handle capacity planning for SharePoint? What? You're not doing any at all? Well, you need to fix that. Here's how.
- Effective site provisioning for SharePoint
By Shawn Shell, Published 07/06/09
Site provisioning in SharePoint is easy, but it's often uncontrolled. By following a few of these recommendations, you can keep your SharePoint environment in check.
- Using SharePoint for ECM requires careful prep
By Agnes Molnar, Published 06/22/09
management system? It's got the features if you are willing and able to build it carefully.
- SharePoint usage reporting and the bottom line
By Stephen Cummins, Published 09/23/09
Are you receiving a positive ROI from your SharePoint implementation? Usage reporting can help you find out by tracking who is using it, how they are using it and why.
This was first published in December 2009