Posts Tagged ‘sharePoint’

Major announcements on SharePoint Server 2019 on-premises

Monday, May 28th, 2018

With the official preview of SharePoint 2019 just around the corner, here is a look at the much-anticipated upgrade of SharePoint Server, for the on-premises users.

SharePoint 2019 announced

Companies still tend to keep their data inbound and hence prefer to go for SharePoint on-premises. Microsoft has known it for a long time and now it has finally announced many benefits for on-premises users in the upcoming SharePoint version which were initially available for SharePoint Online or Hybrid users only. Yet again, migration has been made easy in SharePoint Server 2019 and so users from SharePoint 2010, 2013 or 2016 will be looking forward to upgrade to get the new feel on the UI improvements, the modern sites, integrated support for libraries and most importantly they are eager to get their hands on the improved support for their business processes with Microsoft Flow and Microsoft Power Apps. With Microsoft SharePoint 2019, customers will be able to handle mission-critical workloads in a much reliable manner. With enhanced support collaboration the feature for better automation of business processes is also introduced, making SharePoint 2019 tentatively the most compelling and collaborative experience for users.

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SharePoint Hybrid – The Solution to your Cloud computing problems

Wednesday, April 25th, 2018

“Cloud or on-premises?” this is one question IT companies often find themselves asking at one point. Most of the time, they end up taking the smart solution – Going Hybrid.

SharePoint Hybrid Content management is the core of every business. There is a dire need to have a content management system through which the creation, sharing, collaboration and storage of content can be centralized. A full fledge content management system is required to manage the above mentioned functionalities. However, there is no point having a cloud service if it can’t be handled smartly. Most of the times Hybrid is a more feasible solution for business today because of the innumerable benefits like:

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Office365 Selling & Billing Made Easy with MachPanel WHMCS Integration

Tuesday, August 29th, 2017

MachPanel WHMCS billing functionality for Cloud Services

Today we are glad to announce that MachPanel accelerates by offering automated provisioning of Microsoft CSP product that enables WHMCS billing system. A recommended validation solution that provides best management of most widely used billing system i.e. WHMCS and integrates with all types of MachPanel Hosted Products i.e. Microsoft CSP, Exchange, Skype for Business (Lync), SharePoint, CRM and Hyper-V to extend customer management, billing and invoicing functionality.

If the Service Provider has already deployed WHMCS it’s easier to bill your client with MachPanel WHMCS Module.

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SharePoint Site Collections granular backups

Thursday, April 13th, 2017

How to Backup SharePoint Site Collection automatically using PowerShell. !

Site Collections backup can be initiated using the Central Admin Site but in order to have something automated with periodic bases along with notifications need a scripted flow to cover all the requirements.

SharePoint offers a way to perform backups at site collection level using “Backup-SPSite” command. This procedure is designed to take an exact copy of a SharePoint Site and in that case no data will be lost, changed and transformed., the backup file generated more or less as a SQL dump (per-site-bases) of  SharePoint content database. It maintains the GUID of every object, except the GUID of the root site. when backup is restored, SharePoint generates a new GUID for the site collection.

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Recover Deleted lists and Site Collections in SharePoint

Monday, March 6th, 2017

How to Recover deleted SharePoint lists, list items, libraries and even deleted Site Collections?

If  you accidentally deleted something (list or list items) from SharePoint. Don’t worry, it is still possible to recover them!

SharePoint content recovery process is much like restoring something from the recycle bin on your PC.  data removed from SharePoint site directly goes to SharePoint recycle bin from where it can be recovered or can be deleted permanently.

SharePoint Recycle Bin

SharePoint recycle bin is a powerful and very important tool that can be used to recover content that has unintentionally been deleted.

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