A group subscription to SharePoint-Videos can help SharePoint partners provide end customers with the support they need

There are substantial and challenging differences in the feature sets and performance of SharePoint Server 2007, 2010, 2013, and SharePoint Online, Office 365. But, despite the very wide gap in functionality between each of these platforms, each of these server architectures are in use today. There are even a lot of very large organizations running SharePoint 2003. So Microsoft partners offering SharePoint support face the possibility of reaching the end of their expertise with, literally, every new inquiry from an otherwise unknown organization. Group ID and Multi User subscriptions from SharePoint-Videos can be used to provide SharePoint partners with a…
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Are SharePoint Customizations Ever Really Transparent to the User?

At SPConf 2013 I spent a lot of time speaking to SharePoint Partners and Managed Partners about the value, if any, for them in a method of training SharePoint users to implement customizations, new features, etc. What I heard, in response, over and over again, was “our solution is transparent to the user”. In other words, everything happens behind the scene, without user involvement. As we demonstrate on our website, SharePoint-Videos.com, SharePoint has a very rich set of features and capabilities, each of which typically requires some technical presentation to the user, if it is to be implemented correctly. Our…
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