The scenario: User needs a business-critical file restored from two days ago and the document library does not have versioning turned on. This is in an on-premise SharePoint 2013 farm. The content databases get backed up nightly, with the two Continue reading Restoring a file from an unattached content database, no web app required!
In Case You Missed It… A lot happened in the last few weeks that I’ve been meaning to blog about. Digital Workplace Experience Conference June 19-21 I attended the Digital Workplace Experience conference. Key takeaways from this: A digital workplace Continue reading ICYMI: June Conference Highlights & MVP #3
When I started managing my employer’s Office 365 tenant in March of this year, there was no governance in place. There are some basic governance processes that are straight-forward to implement and are critical first steps in putting governance in Continue reading Office 365 Governance Essentials: Step 1 – Review, Annotate, and Share Weekly Digest
There’s a lot going on in the Chicago area in the next two months, though particularly in May! April: April 6 – The next Office 365 Adoption User Group (Chicagoland Chapter) meeting is April 6th. We will have Nishan DeSilva, Continue reading An Eventful April and May 2017
Monday, March 20 was the first day of spring in 2017. In literature and mythology, spring is considered a time of rebirth, renewal, and new beginnings. Fittingly then, it was also the first day at my new job as Principal Continue reading Goodbye Consulting, Hello Office 365 Adoption!
In the February 2017 Office 365 Adoption User Group (Chicago Chapter) meeting, Peter Walke from Microsoft presented on how to cope with Office 365 constantly changing. Here are six resources he called out in particular. The Office 365 Roadmap. The Roadmap Continue reading Six Office 365 Change Management Resources
I realized that I haven’t blogged since I came back from Microsoft Ignite 2016, so I figured I had better catch up. In case you missed it, here’s a quick timeline of the Q4 events relevant to Microsoft technology professionals Continue reading Reviewing the fourth quarter of 2016
It’s just under two weeks until I arrive at the Microsoft Ignite 2016 conference in Atlanta Georgia. I’m very excited to not just attend, but speak as well. I will be: Presenting four theater sessions, see below. Participating in a Community Continue reading A busy week at Microsoft Ignite 2016!
This last Saturday, I exhibited my Raspberry Pi Gizmo at the Microsoft booth at the Chicago Southland Maker Faire. It was very rewarding because the kids that came by the booth found it very engaging. For the Maker Fair, I had my Continue reading Adventures in IoT, Part 5