Posts Tagged ‘SharePoint Online’

An Insight to Backup SharePoint Online and OneDrive for Business

Tuesday, December 4th, 2018

Shifting data to SharePoint cloud is one of the most popular ways to storage these days. For businesses, handling data is crucial as data has attained the status of an important asset. Microsoft has introduced various business–critical applications that fulfill the need of data handling within the cloud business space.

Backup SharePoint Online and OneDrive

The need for backup is critical than ever before.  Microsoft Applications like Office 365, SharePoint Online and OneDrive for business have a distinct way of storing data. And hence for all the companies out there who want their data preserved, must not rely on Cloud data only; Data backup is a must-have. For the decision of choosing a backup solution, there are two basic questions that need to be answered: First, whether the data can be entrusted to a third party? Secondly, can the company afford to comply strictly with the data protection regulations?

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How to Optimize SharePoint Online performance

Monday, October 15th, 2018

The popularity of SharePoint Online with Cloud Service Providers has made it the fastest growing Microsoft product in recent years. The key to its success is better application performance which makes it fruitful for deployments and adoptions. Let’s have a look at a few techniques that Cloud Service Providers can follow to improve the overall performance of SharePoint server.

Tips to Fine-Tune performance of SharePoint Online

  1. Image Optimization

Images make the overall design appealing but their size can greatly affect page loading speed that can have a huge impact SharePoint Onlineon site performance. The ideal way to use images on a SharePoint Site is to use sprites approach (an image Sprite is a technique of showing multiple images on your site that are actually a portion of one larger image, as it reduces HTTP traffic since you are downloading more images in one request). Further, it is necessary to use image compression and image optimization techniques before using them on your site.

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Migrate to SharePoint Online or upgrade to SharePoint Server: Which is Better?

Wednesday, September 19th, 2018

When it comes to the decision about migrating or up gradation, organizations need to go slow but sure. The most important factor that needs to be considered by organizations of any size before opting for Microsoft SharePointmigration is Cost. This is a huge factor that cannot be understated. It is important to analyze how much migration will cost the business.

In order to get a legitimate answer, it is important to analyze different aspects like Scalability, Licensing etc. Microsoft SharePoint 2016 has significant benefits for businesses. In case of Scalability, it is important to analyze how Microsoft SharePoint 2016 is scalable without lowering performance of the system. There is even quite a good integration with Microsoft Office 365 which gives you quite a control over license costs per member of staff. This feature is most beneficial for small businesses and growing teams.

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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.

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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Recover Deleted Site Collections In Microsoft SharePoint Online

Wednesday, April 4th, 2018

How to restore/recover SharePoint Online Site Collections?

In SharePoint Online, If any of your Site Collections deleted accidentally Or intentionally and later on for some reasons you need to recover your deleted site even list or list items from SharePoint. Don’t worry, it is still possible to recover all your data. Removed sites moved to SharePoint Tenant Admin recycle bin and from where it can be recovered or can be deleted permanently.

The default retention period for any item is 93 days.

Sites deleted will remain in the SharePoint Tenant Admin Center’s recycle bin for 30 days. And from here you can recover your removed site collection.

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