When I write a blog, I usually cross-post it to reddit in hopes that it might help someone. I'm not a reddit user, so I'm never in it. This week, I discovered that someone had commented on one of my posts 3 months ago. I had no idea. I just assumed that reddit would email me if there was a comment. I found out this week that, nope, it doesn't. That really stinks. I don't want to leave people hanging again, so I decided I'd figure out a solution.
In the August 2015 cumulative update for SharePoint 2013 (and SharePoint 2016), Microsoft released a new, powerful capability: the Cloud Search Service Application (SSA). The Cloud SSA is a powerful new hybrid technology that finally delivers on what most hybrid search users were looking for: a unified index for unified results.
This is the second of a mini blog series in which I discuss some newly discovered limitations to Microsoft’s cool new Cloud Search Service Application (SSA). If you haven’t yet, I recommend reviewing the first limitation: Windows Claims Only.
We think of innovation as a game changer. An innovation is a major “why didn’t I think of that” or “life will never be the same" idea. But does innovation have to be defined that way? What is innovation? Is it just ideas? And does it always mean thinking outside the box?
I have recently been working on creating an anonymous form in a public facing on-premises SharePoint 2013 site. After creating and testing the form, I wanted a better way to display the form and to change the form submission process.
April 19, 2016– Huntsville, AL. Today, Summit 7 Systems, a business and technology solutions provider, announced its strategic partnership with ENow, a Microsoft Independent Software Vendor.