Todd Klindt has been fiddling with SharePoint for almost longer than he can remember. He cut his teeth on SharePoint Team Services 2001 and never looked back. His main area of fascination with SharePoint is the administrative or IT Pro side. He loves installing SharePoint, configuring SharePoint, and even rescuing SharePoint farms when they're sad and broken. While SharePoint is his main love, he also enjoys spending time with PowerShell, SQL, Azure, and Office 365 when SharePoint doesn't get too jealous. He's written books and magazine articles about his love for SharePoint, and has spread the good news about SharePoint all over the world at conferences like TechEd, SharePoint Conference, Ignite, and various SharePoint Saturday events. Todd is an independent consultant.
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Recent August, 2018 Stories
Now that we have the SharePoint 2019 Public Preview in our hands we can really start getting serious about planning our migration. Last month I told you the 5 Things you Can do to Prepare for your upcoming SharePoint 2019 migration. Each week since then I’ve broken each of the 5 steps down to help […]
The preview of the next major update to SharePoint 2019 is here and this is what you need to know.
If you are thinking about updating to SharePoint 2019, it's time to take a serious look at how upgrades work in the real world.
Want to learn the clean and pretty ways to dig into your SharePoint farm? Here's an easy to follow guide to get the process started.
Upgrading, even for the best of environments, always has a surprise or two in store, even for the most vigilant admin. Getting a good idea what’s going on in your farm right now is one of the best things you can do to improve your changes of a successful, less stressful upgrade when SharePoint 2019 comes around.
When SharePoint 2016 Feature Pack 1 (FP1) is released in November, one of the new features it will include is an updated version of MinRole. Find out how the changes made to this option make MinRole easier to use.
Microsoft has released several updates for its Office 365 platform this month including improvements for SharePoint and OneDrive.
Yesterday, with little warning or fanfare, Microsoft announced the release of SharePoint Server 2016 Release Candidate (RC) which means its now time to start testing this version with your deployments.