Category Archives: Planning

How we did SharePoint Online 2010 Intranet Project – High Level Items to Consider

Note: This article relates to SharePoint online 2010 version and majority of the items would relates to SharePoint online 2013 as well. Recently I have worked as SharePoint Architect responsible for highly successful, 2500 seat, Office 365 and SharePoint Online … Continue reading

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Checklist for Designing and Implementing SharePoint 2010 Extranets – High Level Items to Consider

I have been designing SharePoint extranets since MOSS 2007 days and it’s been amazing to see that even though on surface each extranet projects are approached same way, each and every extranet projects provides different architectural challenges. Recently I have … Continue reading

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MOSS 2007 to SharePoint 2010 Upgrade Assessment Questionnaires

If you are at the client upgrading existing MOSS 2007 environment to new SharePoint 2010 installation, use this questionnaire to understand the existing SharePoint 2007 environment for SharePoint 2010 SharePoint Migration and Upgrade. This can be during pre-sales process to … Continue reading

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SharePoint 2010 Deployment Assessment Questionnaires

If you are at the client deploying new SharePoint 2010 installation, use this questionnaire to install and configure the new SharePoint 2010 environment in the organization. This can be during pre-sales process to assess the client requirements and needs. I … Continue reading

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High Level SharePoint and SSRS Native Mode Integration Deployment Plan

Please note that this post applies to all the versions of the SharePoint and SSRS Integration: MOSS 2007 RTM/SharePoint 2010 RTM Native Mode Integration with the SSRS 2000 Sp2/SSRS 2005 RTM/SSRS 2008 RTM/SSRS 2008 R2 RTM using the SharePoint 2.0 Web Parts. … Continue reading

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