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FREE WHITEPAPER: Using Power BI with Complex SharePoint Field Types

By All Posts, Modern Workplace, Power BI & SQL, SharePoint

If you have ever used SharePoint lists before, you know they provide a very simple way for users to store and share list-based items.  Simple text and number fields are straightforward, but complex field types in SharePoint (such as lookups, managed metadata, rich text, locations, etc) can present several reporting challenges that SharePoint by itself can’t solve. This is where Microsoft Power BI comes into the picture. Power BI provides specific tools to aid with…

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Modern Dashboarding with SharePoint and Teams

By All Posts, Modern Workplace, Power BI & SQL, SharePoint, Teams

If you’re ready to build modern dashboards in SharePoint Online, Microsoft Teams, and SharePoint Server, then you’ve come to the right place. For more than a decade, SharePoint has been the platform of choice for business intelligence dashboards, originally leveraging features like Power Pivot for SharePoint, SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS), and PerformancePoint. Fast forward to 2019, and SharePoint can seamlessly bring content together from Power BI, Excel, and many other data sources into rich…

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Is this the rebirth of the SharePoint Intranet?

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Is this the rebirth of the SharePoint Intranet? With the cloud gaining momentum, the future of the intranet is never far from our minds, or more specifically, the future of the traditional intranet portal. Modern business users want tools that make them more productive and engaged, and they want them in a single, easily accessible location. Microsoft’s SharePoint Server was once billed as an all-round company intranet portal, but it simply doesn’t have the capacity…

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Step-by-Step Tutorial: IIS Redirect/Rewrites for SharePoint

By All Posts, SharePoint, Tutorials 3 Comments

Step-by-Step Tutorial: IIS Redirect/Rewrites for SharePoint NOTE: THIS IS NOT SUPPORTED BY MICROSOFT, PROCEED WITH CAUTION AND AT YOUR OWN RISK. Perform the following steps on the Web Front End servers only. When working with websites it is imperative to the users, customers and possibly potential customers to be able to locate information when accessing them. Change is inevitable within life just as much as it is in the companies and organizations that employ us….

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MinRole Creates Simpler Deployments for SharePoint 2016 Administrators

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MinRole Creates Simpler Deployments for SharePoint 2016 Administrators! In previous versions of SharePoint, there weren’t any roles.  It was up to Administrators to configure which services would run where, and this would sometimes lead to small misconfigurations. Check out this video to learn all about MinRole and how Administrators can now define each server’s role in the farm topology. 0:52 – What is MinRole? 1:25 – SharePoint Server Roles 2:54 – How Does it Work…

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How to Create Lists in SharePoint Using Visual Studio 2015 (Step-by-Step Tutorial)

By All Posts, SharePoint, Training, Tutorials, Visual Studio 8 Comments

How to Create Lists in SharePoint Using Visual Studio 2015 (Step-by-Step Tutorial) At Imaginet, we’re always looking for better and faster ways to accomplish technology goals.  In this article, we’ll explore how to create lists in SharePoint using Visual Studio 2015 in a few simple steps, making your list creation more efficient than ever. Before we being, be sure your development environment meets the requirements for developing SharePoint solutions. You can check those requirements for…

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How to Experience a Hassle-Free SharePoint

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Migrate to Microsoft SharePoint Online on Office 365 and experience the hassle-free difference. With Microsoft’s ‘cloud first, mobile first’ focus, Microsoft is in the process of converting many of their customers’ licenses from SharePoint On-Premise to SharePoint Online on Office 365. This gives many organizations the automatic ability to take full advantage of the cloud and paves the way for a more hassle-free SharePoint for you. Has Microsoft recently flipped your SharePoint On-Prem licenses to…

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Deploying a Provider Hosted SharePoint App to Azure and SharePoint Online

By All Posts, Application Development, Cloud, SharePoint, Tutorials No Comments

In this post, we are going to walk you through the process of deploying a provider hosted SharePoint app to Microsoft Azure and Microsoft SharePoint Online. We assume that the app has been created, and the app permissions are configured correctly for what the app is supposed to do. I should note that this article will only be about apps that are being deployed to a local app catalog. Also, I’m assuming that you have…

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Gain Productivity and Peace of Mind with SharePoint Managed Services

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SharePoint sustainability continues to be an issue for many organizations, although adoption and use of Microsoft SharePoint is growing. An industry study by Osterman Research identifies 3 most common SharePoint maintenance issues: Costly SharePoint downtime and outages More than 80% of organizations experience unplanned downtime multiple times per year. Average of 5 outages per year are caused by errors of IT Team. Lack of trained personnel 43% of respondents pointed to “a lack of administrator skills,…

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The Road to MCSD: SharePoint Applications Certification

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Shortly after joining Imaginet, I began my journey to obtain the Microsoft Certified Solutions Developer (MCSD) certification in SharePoint Applications. In this series of articles, I will share my preparation and experiences for each of the exams. It should be noted that I recently achieved my MCSD in SharePoint Applications certification in October of 2014. Required Exam Steps (click on each exam for the official Microsoft exam link): 1. 70-480 – Programming in HTML5 with JavaScript and…

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