Yesterday the the public preview of the next on-premises version of SharePoint Server (SharePoint Server Subscription Edition) has been announced. An overview of the new and improved features can be found in the following article: New and improved features in SharePoint Server Subscription Edition Some highlights: OpenID Connect (OIDC 1.0) support Enhanced People Picker for […]

[via Bill Baer] Today we’re excited to announce general availability of both SharePoint Server 2019 and Project Server 2019.  As we developed SharePoint Server 2019, we paid close attention to trends in team collaboration, user experiences across devices, and how the cloud can be blended into existing on-premises scenarios in new and compelling ways. SharePoint […]

In the last couple of months I have seen an upgoing trend of support cases related to performance problems where the root cause was an overcommitted virtualization host system. What is an oversubscribed virtualization host system? Virtualization allows to map physical CPU cores installed in the virtualization host to virtual (guest) machines running on this system. E.g. one […]

Be aware that starting with February 2015 CU SharePoint Product Updates including non-security product updates will be made available via Windows Update. E.g. for February CU the following fixes are offered through windows update for SharePoint 2013:   The fixes shipped using windows update are the individual package release in a given CU. The fixes […]

After release of SharePoint 2013 August CU I received many emails and blog comments which showed that there is lots of uncertainty related to SharePoint patching. Especially the difference between the terms Cumulative Update and Server Packages (also known as "Uber" package) seems to be unclear. Using this post I'm trying to shed some lights on […]

[Via Office Blogs] Over the past few months, it has been awesome to connect with our technical communities, customers, and partners at the SharePoint Conference, Lync Conference, Exchange Conference, Project Conference, and most recently, at TechEd North America. While the world is increasingly digital, there is still no replacement for time together, in person, to […]

Are you still running CMS 2002? Or SPS 2003? There was a lot of hype on Windows XP going out of support on April 8th but be aware that there are other products as well – including CMS 2002 and SPS 2003 which will go out of support on April 8th. Other products running out […]

SharePoint Conference 2014 offered Office and SharePoint Developers the ultimate developer conference experience to help you build great Office and SharePoint business solutions for today and tomorrow. The event took place March 3-6, 2014 in Las Vegas. You can find the session recordings of the SPC14 here: SharePoint Conference 2014 on Channel 9

Microsoft has published a whitepaper with an official guidance on modifying pre-defined content types. You can find the white paper here: Word Version: PDF Version: The whitepaper includes possible alternatives for modifying the content types and also a list of known issues that can occur if pre-defined content types are modified. The most […]