This tutorial will show you how to change your Internet Explorer settings so that SharePoint does not ask for a user ID and password every time a document is opened on your site.
Microsoft issued a security advisory late last week that impacts all versions of SharePoint 2007 & 2010. I am happy to report that our servers have been successfully protected from this issue using the instructions provided by the SharePoint Team
This short tutorial shows you how to add the Picture Library Slideshow Web Part to your SharePoint site collection. The picture viewer web part is useful for displaying a series of photos automatically within a page of your SharePoint site.
This tutorial will show you how to consume external content on your SharePoint site using the Page Viewer Web Part. This specific example incorporates a real time traffic map into the SharePoint home page.
All of our hosted SharePoint Foundation 2010 subscriptions come with the ability to rename your site at any time. That includes the ability to rename something like mysharepointsite.sharepointhoster.com to a high level domain like www.mysharepointsite.com. If you have a domain … Continue reading
The ability to take your SharePoint information with you when you are disconnected from the Internet can be very useful. This video walks you through the process of setting up the SharePoint Workspace 2010 client so that your SharePoint site … Continue reading
For advanced SharePoint site development efforts nothing beats SharePoint Designer 2010 – and the best part is that Microsoft makes it available at no charge. You can download your free copy of SharePoint 2010 and unlock many new features inside … Continue reading
We have installed language support for French, salve German, and Spanish on our SharePoint Foundation 2010 server farm. Taking advantage of this feature is very easy; just have a look at the video for the one time setup instructions. After … Continue reading
Our SharePoint 2010 server farm was recently reconfigured to provide SSL on all site collections. There is no extra charge for this features. To use SSL on your site simply prefix your site name with https:// instead of http://.
Shared Hosting plans are a great, generic inexpensive way to get started with an up and coming technology like Microsoft SharePoint. With no setup or cancellation fees and a low monthly price these plans fit the needs of many small … Continue reading