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Step by Step SharePoint 2013 Tutorial

As you already know Microsoft introduced the new coming version of SharePoint – SharePoint 2013. With this platform and its enhancements, you will get the ability to collaborate, set up web sites to share information with others, manage documents from start to finish, and publish reports even more effective.

SharePoint 2013 has been optimized for the way people work and provides people with a familiar, consistent view of information, process and easily-managed, integrated platform which is comprehensive and will meet all your business needs.

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Microsoft improved the existing capabilities of the SharePoint platform and added a number of new features.

SharePoint server 2013 download

SharePoint 2013 is the latest version released by Microsoft. Here also two versions came: SharePoint Foundation 2013 which is the free version and SharePoint Server 2013 which is the licensed version.

You can download SharePoint 2013 from below URLs:

Improvements in SharePoint 2013 Platform

New Metro UI:

SharePoint 2013 has the new, radical UI design in Metro style.


Branding improvements:

SharePoint 2013 offer s an improved process for designing a public-facing internet site or an internal-facing intranet site with pixel-perfect branding. It minimizes the amount of SharePoint knowledge to design and brand a SharePoint site successfully.

SkyDrive:

You can use SkyDrive now. It is Microsoft’s cloud storage mechanism for consumers. SkyDrive helps you to work with your documents in SharePoint – save, sync, share and collaborate and, what is more, to get the documents offline in the Windows Explorer, Office applications and so on.

Cloud App Model:

Share Point 2013 introduces a Cloud App Model that enables you to create apps. Lists, libraries, calendars, workflows, and site pages are called “Apps” now. You can easily add them to your SharePoint site. An app may also surface a remote web application and remote data in SharePoint. There are a lot of benefits of such a solution vs classic one.

Improved Mobile browser experience:

Users now can have one of the following views:

  • Contemporary view – is available to Mobile Internet Explorer version 9.0 or later versions for Windows Phone 7.5, Safari version 4.0 or later versions for iPhone 4.0, and the Android browser for Android 4.0 or later versions.
  • Classic view – is identical to the mobile browser experience of SharePoint 2010.
  • Full-screen UI – you can also have a full desktop view of a SharePoint site on a smartphone device.

New Cleaner Ribbon:

Social capabilities:

SharePoint 2013 add new fascinating capabilities for communities – micro blogs, activity feeds, community sites, Following, Likes and Reputations.

SharePoint 2013 Search:

Search in SharePoint 2013 now includes several enhancements, custom content processing with the Content Enrichment web service, and a new framework for presenting search result types. SharePoint 2013 additionally adds new Content Search Web Part – which makes search experience even more effective.

New Rich Workflows:

SharePoint 2013 has a new power and flexibility to workflow authoring. You can use SharePoint Designer 2013 to author powerful workflows, and a new set of Visual Studio 2012 workflow project templates let developers access more sophisticated features like custom actions.

Business Connectivity Services:

In SharePoint 2013 BCS (Business Connectivity Services) are improved and enhanced in many ways, including OData connectivity, external events, external data in apps, filtering and sorting, support for REST, and others.

Hardware and software requirement for SharePoint 2013

Let us discuss what are the hardware and software requirement in SharePoint 2013.

Hardware requirements for SharePoint 2013

According to Microsoft, there are different installation scenario for SharePoint 2013. Below are the hardware requirements for different scenarios.

Single server with a built-in database or single server that uses SQL Server (SharePoint Foundation 2013):

For this installation scenario, we need 8GB RAM, 64-Bit, 4 crores processor and 80 GB hard disk space.

Single server with a built-in database or single server that uses SQL Server (SharePoint Server 2013):

For this type of SharePoint 2013 installation scenario, we need 24 GB RAM, 64-Bit, 4 crores processor and 80 GB hard disk space.

Web server or application server in a three-tier farm (SharePoint Server 2013):

For this type of SharePoint 2013 installation scenario, we need 12 GB RAM, 64-Bit, 4 crores processor and 80 GB hard disk space.

As we all know the database is very much in SharePoint, so let’s discuss Hardware requirements for database servers:

Processor: 64-bit, 4 cores for small deployments and 64-bit, 8 cores for medium deployments.
RAM: 8 GB for small deployments and 16 GB for medium deployments.
Harddisk: 80-GB harddisk.

Software requirements for SharePoint 2013

Below are the software requirements for different SharePoint installation scenarios:

Minimum requirements for a single server with built-in database:

  • The 64-bit edition of Windows Server 2008 R2 Service Pack 1 (SP1) Standard, Enterprise, or Datacenter or the 64-bit edition of Windows Server 2012 Standard or Datacenter.
  • Microsoft SQL Server 2008 R2 SP1 – Express Edition

Minimum requirements for front-end web servers and application servers in a farm:

  • The 64-bit edition of Windows Server 2008 R2 Service Pack 1 (SP1) Standard, Enterprise, or Datacenter or the 64-bit edition of Windows Server 2012 Standard or Datacenter.
  • Microsoft SQL Server 2008 R2 SP1 – Express Edition

Minimum software requirement for database server:

  • The 64-bit edition of Microsoft SQL Server 2012 or we will need The 64-bit edition of SQL Server 2008 R2 Service Pack 1

New Features of SharePoint 2013

Below are few new features of SharePoint server 2013.

Branding improvements:

SharePoint 2013 offers an improved process for designing a public-facing internet site or an internal-facing intranet site with pixel-perfect branding. It minimizes the amount of SharePoint knowledge to design and brand a SharePoint site successfully.

SkyDrive:

It is Microsoft’s cloud storage mechanism for consumers. SkyDrive helps to work with documents in SharePoint – save, sync, share and collaborate and, what is more, to get the documents offline in the Windows Explorer, Office applications and so on.

Records management and compliance:

SharePoint 2010’s records management features had improved from SharePoint 2007’s.
SharePoint 2013 Preview has enhanced compliance simply by extending retention policies to SharePoint sites.

This also applies to any Exchange Server 2013 Preview team mailboxes associated with those sites.

Cloud App Model:

Share Point 2013 introduces a Cloud App Model that enables to create apps.
Lists, libraries, calendars, workflows and site pages are called “Apps” now. These can be easily added to the SharePoint site.

An app may also surface a remote web application and remote data in SharePoint.
There are a lot of benefits of such solution vs classic one.

Users now can have one of the following views:
Contemporary view – is available to Mobile Internet Explorer version 9.0 or later versions for Windows Phone 7.5, Safari version 4.0 or later versions for iPhone 4.0, and the Android browser for Android 4.0 or later versions.

Classic view – is identical to the mobile browser experience of SharePoint 2010.
Full-screen UI – Full desktop view of a SharePoint site on a smartphone device.

SharePoint 2013 Search:

Search in SharePoint 2013 now includes several enhancements, custom content processing with the Content Enrichment web service, and a new framework for presenting search result types.
SharePoint 2013 additionally adds new Content Search Web Part – which makes search experience even more effective.

Business Connectivity Services:

In SharePoint 2013 BCS (Business Connectivity Services) are improved and enhanced in many ways, including OData connectivity, external events, external data in apps, filtering and sorting, support for REST and others.

Web content management:

The web content management improvements in SharePoint 2013 simplify how to design publishing sites and enhance the authoring and publishing processes of the organization.
It also contains new features that use enterprise search to surface dynamic web content on publishing sites.

Mobile devices:

SharePoint Server 2013 offers new, optimized viewing experiences across different mobile platforms. Additionally, there are several features that are available to help improve both worker productivity and usability on the device.

New in Application services:

New for SharePoint is the Machine Translation Service, which translates sites, documents and streams for multilingual support. SharePoint 2013 also includes Access Services and a new data access model.

SharePoint 2013 has now Word Automation Services which you can use to convert files and stream to other formats. PowerPoint Automation Services are also new for SharePoint.

SharePoint, additionally, provides data analysis tools, like PerformancePoint Services and Visio Services that enable business intelligence and powerful new features in Excel Services.

eDiscovery:

Showing SharePoint’s increasing presence in the world of litigation, eDiscovery improvements have been added that, unfortunately, are probably sorely needed. They include a new site template, the eDiscovery Center, which creates a portal for managing cases—you can access cases to search, hold content and export content.

Microsoft has added improvements to in-place holds, including site-level preservation; the ability for users to work with content that’s preserved; and the ability to define the scope of preservation via a query filter. The results of your eDiscovery search—including documents, wiki pages, Exchange email messages and tasks and export them into a review tool.

Social computing:

The social computing and collaboration features in SharePoint 2013 offer an improved administration and user experience, in addition to new functionality for enterprise users to share and collaborate with others in their organization. The introduction of Community Sites offers a forum experience to categorize discussions around subject areas, and to connect users who have knowledge or seek knowledge about subject areas. Additionally, the new Community Portal enables a search-driven result page of communities for users to discover and explore from a link on their My Sites.

Improvements to My Sites offer a more intuitive workflow for users to develop their personal profiles, store content, and keep up-to-date with activities of interest through the use of the new micro blog and feeds experience.

Feature Enhancements in SharePoint 2013

The latest upcoming version of Microsoft SharePoint is SharePoint 2013. Improvements from SharePoint 2010 include major changes in on both the technical and user-interface fronts.

we will discuss a few of the salient changes that Microsoft is boosting for its latest version of SharePoint. SharePoint 2013 offers a multitude of performance improvements and new feature sets at both the user and developer level. The landscape for SharePoint 2013 users looks bright for many years to come.

Cloud App Model:

Instead of sandbox solutions in SharePoint 2010, SharePoint 2013 includes a new cloud app model, where apps are completely self-contained and extend a SharePoint site’s capability. Communication between these apps and SharePoint can be achieved using HTML, JavaScript, CSS, OData (Open Data Protocol) and OAuth (Open Authentication Protocol).

The latest Visual Studio 2012 lets you develop applications for both SharePoint and Office, while a new web-based development tool named Napa has also been launched to build apps for Office 365. Napa can come in real handy if you do not have Visual Studio installed and you want to check code functionality on the fly.

It is worth mentioning here that Napa itself is a SharePoint app. It can only be used to develop SharePoint-hosted apps. After initial prototyping, applications developed in Napa can also be opened and edited in Visual studio.

Social Collaboration:

SharePoint 2013 sites offer better collaboration and sharing functionality. New collaboration features include:

  • Community Sites
  • Follow People
  • Interactive Feed
  • Follow Sites

You can easily perform common micro-blogging activities like sharing content, links and media with other people in your SharePoint environment, and following people, sites, content and conversations. SharePoint 2013 also sports an activity feed that gives you a view of every activity related to people, content, media and links.

Enterprise Content Management:

SharePoint 2013 offers the best content management capabilities so far:

This version of SharePoint includes site-level retention policies that extend compliance levels to sites. These policies include project closure and expiration policy and team and retention policy for sites and associated mailboxes.

With eDiscovery, you can search and export content from file shares. You can also export discovered content directly from SharePoint and Exchange. Team folders now provide you complete flexibility and ease of use by seamlessly integrating Exchange and SharePoint.

Search improvements:

The new and improved search engine now uses a unified search architecture and content enrichment web service for custom content processing. Search results are now personalized based on users’ previous search history. The new search functionality also gives you rich contextual result previews against your queries.

The search features include:

  • Rich Results Framework
  • Consolidated Search Results
  • Keyword Query Language (KQL) Enhancements

SharePoint Server 2013 limits

Below are the limits imposed in SharePoint 2013 towards web application, site collection, list and libraries.

Limits of SharePoint 2013 towards web application level:

  • There can have 20 web application possible per SharePoint farm in SharePoint 2013.
  • There can have 5 zones per web application and these are Default, Intranet, Extranet, Internet, and custom.
  • There can have 20 Managed path for host-named site collections per farm.
  • There can have 20 Managed path for path-based site collections per web application.
  • In SharePoint 2013 Solution cache size can be 300 MB per web application.
  • The solution cache allows the InfoPath Forms service to hold solutions in cache in order to speed up retrieval of the solutions. If the cache size is exceeded, solutions are retrieved from disk, which may slow down response times.
  • There can have 10 application pools per web server.

Limits of SharePoint 2013 towards content database level:

  • There can be 500 content databases per farm.
  • The content database size can be of 200 GB.
  • In the document archive scenarios, there is no limit on content database size.
  • There can have 60 million items including list and document items inside content databases.
  • Maximum of 10,000 site collections can be possible per content database. There can have 2,500 non-Personal site collections and 7,500 Personal Sites, or 10,000 Personal Sites alone.
  • The time to the first byte of any response from the Network Attached Storage (NAS) cannot exceed 20 milliseconds.

Limits of SharePoint 2013 towards Site collection level:

  • There can have 750,000 (500,000 Personal Sites and 250,000 other sites per farm) site collections per farm.
  • 250,000 Website is supported per site collection.
  • The maximum allowed number of device channels per publishing site collection is 10.

List and Document library Limits:

  • List or library row size can be of 8000 bytes per row.
  • The default maximum file size is 250 MB. But you can configure it up to 2 GB but as the size increases, it will give some performance issue.
  • There can be 30,000,000 documents stored per document library.
  • 400,000 major versions supported for a file.
  • The maximum number of minor file versions is 511. This limit cannot be exceeded.
  • There can have 30,000,000 items per list.
  • The user interface allows a maximum of 100 items to be selected for bulk operations.
  • You can do 8 join operation per query. If the query uses more than eight joins, the operation is blocked.
  • The list threshold limit is 5,000 items per list.
  • List view threshold for auditors and administrators is 20,000.
  • There can be 2000 subsite per site view.
  • There can have 10 concurrent editors per document for coauthoring in word or PowerPoint files.
  • The maximum number of unique security scopes set for a list cannot exceed 50,000.

SharePoint 2013 security limits:

  • A user can belong to a maximum of 5000 SharePoint groups.
  • You can add 2 million per users per site collection.
  • In SharePoint 2013 you can add 5000 users to a SharePoint group.
  • In SharePoint 2013 you can add up to 10,000 groups per site collection.

Assess your readiness for SharePoint 2013

Many organizations around the world are looking forward to upgrade to SharePoint 2013 when it’s launched, and some of them have already started considering how to consolidate, restructure and migrate over to SharePoint 2013 from legacy SharePoint environments.

Migration to SharePoint 2013 will not as easy as moving data from one place to another, it will be challenging, complex and risky, unless these organizations plan, prepare and mitigate risks associated with such SharePoint migrations. As the early adaptor organizations begin to consider SharePoint 2013, they will have to take the first step and assess the pre-upgrade readiness. The pre-upgrade analysis of the existing environment helps to see how aligned the current environment is with SharePoint 2013 and it forms a foundation to devise a robust strategy on how this upgrade and migration should be performed.

Migration to SharePoint 2013:

This stage will cover rest of the areas including post upgrade UI branding switch-over plan, migration approaches, issues and risks associated with each of this approach, assumptions, and eventually migrating from SharePoint 2010 to SharePoint 2013. The out-of-the-box data including permissions can easily be migrated with migrations tools like dSHIFT Migrator but to migrate customizations, companies like dSHIFT offer customization upgrade services that present a strategy and detailed action plan based on the analysis conducted in earlier stages to migrate any or all of your customization.

SharePoint 2013 cloud app model

Cloud App model is one of the significant change in SharePoint 2013. Also you can see another change in SharePoint 2013 as: Improvement in word and Friendly URL in SharePoint 2013.

According to MSDN:
An app for SharePoint is a web application that is registered with SharePoint using an app manifest. An app manifest is an XML file that declares the basic properties of the app along with where the app will run and what to do when the app is started.

Apps for SharePoint are self-contained pieces of functionality that extend the capabilities of a SharePoint website. Apps integrate the best of the web and SharePoint; they are targeted, lightweight, and easy-to-use, and do a great job at solving a user need. Users discover and download apps from the SharePoint Store or from their organization’s private App Catalog and install them on their SharePoint sites.

You can use any language, such as HTML, JavaScript, PHP, or .NET, and you can also use Microsoft Visual Studio 2012 also.

Through apps in SharePoint 2013 we can read documents, add posts, can do searches, can connect with people, and so on. We can also connect with and from Search, workflow, social networking, taxonomy, user profiles, BCS, and more from SharePoint 2013 app using SharePoint APIs. We can use 1. REST and JavaScript APIs and 2. Managed APIs (.Net)

SharePoint 2013 apps can be hosted in 3 different places like:

1- SharePoint 2013 apps can be hosted in SharePoint itself and the code is HTML and JavaScript. When you deploy a SharePoint-hosted app, SharePoint creates a new website called the app web. SharePoint 2013 web store pages, lists, and libraries.

2- Host in the cloud:
SharePoint automatically deploys the app into Windows Azure Web Sites and SQL Azure, and these apps run in the cloud.

3- Can be hosted in mix components in SharePoint and cloud:
SharePoint components run in SharePoint, and components hosted in the cloud run in the cloud.

SharePoint 2013 New Features

SharePoint 2013 has some new features which make it more reliable and easy. It is a collaboration environment which increases the efficiency of the business process. It has a flexible management option that gives the ability to manage the site. Take a look at the new features of the SharePoint 2013.

Authentication: In SharePoint 2013, Claim-based authentication is easier to use. It helps in the support for application authentication by server-to-server authentication and O Auth 2.0. It is a standard protocol which provides redirection-based and temporary authentication.

Business Connectivity Service: This is also known as BCS. SharePoint 2013 supports OData (Open Database Protocol) which enable us to access data sources in a different way. It uses the constructed URL’s. BCS supports basic, anonymous and custom authentication OData services. If your user wants more separate levels then, use OData connection.

Mobile Devices: There are many new things in SharePoint 2013 for mobile devices like Optimized mobile browser experience, Device channels, Push notifications, Business intelligence content and Office Web Apps. These options improve worker productivity and usability on the device. In mobile app development, a geolocation filed type is available for better performance.

Web Content Management: In SharePoint 2013, User can see the improved video upload process and improved image display. The website has a rendition feature, which has the ability to reduce the size of the image files that are downloaded to a client. It has cross-site publishing, which is used to display content in one or more publishing site collections.

Social Computing and Collaboration: This feature makes enterprise social computing and collaboration easier. Social content technologies such as blogs, RSS, wikis are examples of social computing. This feature is mainly used to share knowledge and expertise between users. This sharing information increases collaboration visibility of the informative content.

Cloud App Model: It is one of the best features of SharePoint 2013. This feature enables you to create apps. Apps in the SharePoint are a separate piece of the functionality which performs a different task. An app made up of SharePoint components like List, Workflow and site pages. An app has few or no dependencies on the other software or devices.

Content management improvements in SharePoint 2013

Now let us discuss about some content management improvements in SharePoint 2013.

Microsoft Word:

There is a huge improvement is Microsoft word towards working in SharePoint 2013. In SharePoint 2013 you can now design what ever you want in word and copy and paste that in any SharePoint 2013 site text editor. The output will come as it was there in word. There will be no harm in design and style.

This is helpful because there are lot use of text editors in SharePoint 2013 like Annuncement, Task or blog
etc.

Content types:

SharePoint 2013 introduced Audio and Video content types which are helpful to manage video and audio web content.

Video and Audio content type will be available in Digital Asset Content Types section, which is found Site Settings -> Site Content Types -> Digital Asset Content Types

You can add this content type to any document library or site asset library. Once you will add that You will get the option to upload video or audio in the New Document menu in the ribbon.

It has the advanced option like apart from the classic style of upload button you can also drag and drop a video or audio file.

SharePoint 2013 benefits

Here are some benefits of SharePoint 2013 according to Microsoft

Share:

  • Put social to work
  • Share your stuff
  • Take SharePoint on the go

Organize:

  • Keep projects on track
  • Keep your team connected
  • Store and sync your docs

Discover:

  • Find experts you never knew existed
  • Discover insights and answers
  • Find what you’re looking for

Build:

  • Build apps in the cloud
  • Publish apps to the SharePoint store
  • Build eye-catching sites

Manage:

  • Manage costs
  • Manage risk
  • Manage your time

Removed features in SharePoint 2013

Now, we will discuss what are the features removed from SharePoint 2013. Here are some features that are removed from SharePoint 2013:

  • SharePoint 2013 has removed Document workspace site template.
  • SharePoint 2013 also removed the Personalization site template.
  • SharePoint 2013 also removed one feature in SharePoint 2010 designer. Previously SharePoint 2010 designer has the Design, Split and Code view for editing Aspx/Html pages. But SharePoint 2013 removed Design and Split view, now only Code view is presented in SharePoint 2013. This changed feature is because Design view is not up to date with an updated version of Internet Explorer.
  • SharePoint 2013 removes UI for changing search topology, Now Search topology can be changed only by using PowerShell.

New Site Templates in SharePoint 2013

SharePoint 2013 offers a vast variety of out-of-the-box site templates. One of the success factors of your SharePoint deployment is choosing the most suitable site template that meets your business needs.

Apart from all the site templates included with SharePoint 2010, SharePoint Server 2013 has some new site templates.  A number of site templates are available in SharePoint 2013. Site templates are grouped into categories such as Collaboration, Enterprise, and Publishing.

Apart from all the site templates included with SharePoint 2010, SharePoint Server 2013 has some new site templates.

TitleDescription
App TemplateA base template for app development. It provides
the minimal set of features needed for an app.
App Catalog SiteA site for sharing apps for SharePoint and Office
Developer SiteA site for developers to build, test and publish
apps for Office.
Academic LibraryThe Academic Library template provides a rich
view and consumption experience for published
content and management. Authors populate
metadata and apply rules at the time of
publishing, such as description, licensing,
and optional rights management.
(IRM). Visitors of the site can search or browse
published titles and add authorized selections
to their collection to consume, subject to the
rights and rules applied by the author.
The site provides an IRM-capable document
library, a publishing mechanism for authors
to publish documents, detailed views for
each document, a check-out mechanism,
and related search capabilities.
eDiscovery CenterA site to manage the preservation, search,
and export of content for legal matters
and investigations.
eDiscovery CaseThis template creates an eDiscovery case.
Users create locations where they can
preserve or export data.
Storage And Social SharePoint Portal Server Personal SpaceThis web template defines a minimal
Personal Space with both Social and
Storage features for an individual
participating on a SharePoint Portal.
Storage Only SharePoint Portal Server Personal SpaceThis web template defines a minimal
Personal Space with Storage features for
an individual participating on a
SharePoint Portal.
Project SiteA site for managing and collaborating
on a project.
This site template brings all status,
communication, and artifacts relevant to
the project into one place.
Product CatalogA site for managing product catalog data
which can be published to  an internet-facing
site through search. The product catalog
can be configured.
to support product variants and multilingual
product properties. The site includes admin
pages for managing faceted navigation for
products.
Community SiteA place where community members discuss
topics of common interest. Members can
browse and discover relevant content
by exploring categories, sorting discussions
by popularity or by viewing only posts
that have a best reply. Members gain
reputation points by participating in the
community, such as starting discussions
and replying to them, liking posts and
specifying best replies.
Community PortalA site for discovering communities.

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Difference between SharePoint 2010 and SharePoint 2013

We will discuss some of the difference between SharePoint 2013 and SharePoint 2010. Here are some major differences between SharePoint 2013 and SharePoint 2010.

SharePoint 2013 Microsoft Introduced a new Cloud App Model for designing Apps for SharePoint. Apps for SharePoint are self-contained pieces of functionality that extend the capabilities of a SharePoint website. You can use HTML, CSS, JavaScript, and protocols like the Open Data protocol (OData), and OAuth to communicate with SharePoint using Apps.

SharePoint 2013 has Introduced new Tools for App development. Visual Studio 2012 now lets you develop apps for SharePoint and apps for Office. In addition a new web-based tools called “Napa” Office 365 Development Tools were introduced for developing apps.

No more Sandbox solutions. SharePoint 2013 sandboxed solutions are deprecated. So all we got is the New App model and the Old SharePoint Farm solutions.

Enterprise search in SharePoint Server 2013 includes many of the capabilities of SharePoint Server 2010 and provides numerous improvements, such as in query processing and targeting of search results. Administrators can configure the search to enable users to find relevant information more quickly and easily than ever before.


SharePoint Server 2013 offers new, optimized viewing experiences across different mobile platforms. Additionally, there are several features that are available to help improve both worker productivity and usability on the device.

The eDiscovery functionality in SharePoint 2013 provides improved ways to help protect your business. These improvements include the ability to perform eDiscovery queries across multiple SharePoint farms and Exchange servers, to preserve and export discovered content, to preserve content in-place from Exchange mailboxes and SharePoint sites while allowing users to continue working with content, and support for search and export from file shares.

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I am Bijay from Odisha, India. Currently working in my own venture TSInfo Technologies in Bangalore, India. I am Microsoft Office Servers and Services (SharePoint) MVP (5 times). I works in SharePoint 2016/2013/2010, SharePoint Online Office 365 etc. Check out My MVP Profile.. I also run popular SharePoint web site SharePointSky.com

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