In May, I was lucky enough to attend Microsoft’s Ignite 2015 conference in Chicago along with a handful of other Content and Code colleagues. A stand-out session for me unveiled the forthcoming SharePoint Cloud Search Service Application, which – among other enhancements – will finally deliver a consolidated on-premises and cloud Search Index, that lives in SharePoint Online. The news that this thing will be available for both SharePoint Server 2013 and 2016 was particularly interesting.
You can read more over on the Content and Code blog, in a post titled why we care about the SharePoint Cloud Search Service Application.
|The slides from this presentation are now available at slideshare.
Due to a last minute drop out I’ll be presenting a session on SharePoint 2013 Search for IT PROs (infrastructure people) this Saturday 8th December (at 11:30 AM in the Mapperley Room). Continue reading
I have spent the last 3 days at the International SharePoint Conference in London, organised by Combined Knowledge. Continue reading
I am very pleased to say that my speaker submission for SharePoint Saturday UK 2011 has been approved.
The IT PRO session will be titled “Dodge the Bullet – 10 common SharePoint administration mistakes”. Continue reading
I attended day 1 of the European Best Practices Conference yesterday, organised by Combined Knowledge and hosted at the QEII conference centre in London. Continue reading
After a rather busy weekend at Birmingham (SUGUK) and Nottingham (to visit an old friend), I figured it was about time I shared the notes that I made whilst at the UK’s first ever SharePoint Saturday. If you attended the event, you may have spotted me at the front row of most IT PRO sessions frantically scribbling notes and bashing out Twitter messages on my <popular multi-touch tablet>. If you didn’t manage to make it along to the event, I hope these notes will prove useful. Continue reading