So we've come to the end of the year and just when you though that you'd wait for a while before updating SharePoint again we have a new update. Well actually this is quite important since from January if you still have note moved to at least service pack 1 for SharePoint you'll be told by MSFT support to get your deployment upgraded.
So what's in this update. (I haven't had time to test these out in length but here is a round up anyway)
Like I mentioned in my previous posts these updates provide the base framework for future enhancements and are related to stability and performance. Refer to my earlier post about how to apply the updates.
Blog post about December SharePoint Cumulative updates from the SharePoint team blog.
Please note that if you are installing/deploying a brand new SharePoint farm make sure that you include all t ...[Read More]
One of the important aspects when a SharePoint project has been initiated and completed (successfully or otherwise) is who supports what in terms of the deployment and various SharePoint related components. Previously I posted about what you would need to do in terms of starting a SharePoint project and what you need to know from a project managers point of view.
This post is about what happens or should 'ideally' happen after your core SharePoint deployment has been carried out. Again these are only some example important technical aspects that I am highlighting. Each deployment will be unique so it's up to your project team and business to identify the approach for your post deployment support and maintenance of SharePoint as well as the supporting core infrastructure.
For example if we take some of my points about core infrastruc ...[Read More]