AIS is EXCITED to sponsor SharePoint Fest – DC on April 27-29th.  Join other SharePoint practitioners from around the DMV to attend technical classes and workshops – taught by Microsoft Certified Trainers, Microsoft engineers and Microsoft MVPs – covering Enterprise Content Management, Power Users, Social SharePoint, Business Value, Implementation/Administration, Office 365, Workflow, Business Intelligence, Special Topics […]

With the abundance of JavaScript libraries and frameworks available today, it’s hard to decide what is going to work best for a certain requirement. Add in the fact that there are many server-side tools that can also accomplish the task and you could spend hours just narrowing down options to test before deciding on the […]

Join AIS as we participate in SharePoint Saturday – Reston! SPSDC is a free community‐focused SharePoint event dedicated to educating and engaging members of the local technical community. SPSDC draws upon the expertise of local SharePoint IT professionals, developers, and solutions architects who come together to share their real world experiences, lessons learned, best practices, […]

If you’ve ever had the need to add document management capabilities for your entities in CRM, you already know that CRM 2013 and CRM online rely on SharePoint for this functionality. This out of the box integration point is well documented and available for configuration in the CRM administrative interface. When set up, users can […]

Recently, I encountered an issue with SharePoint 2013 search crawls where .pdf files smaller than 1 MB reported a warning: “The item has been truncated in the index because it exceeds the maximum size”. The default MaxDownLoadSize for documents in SharePoint is 64MB, which was more than enough the handle these relatively small .pdf files. […]

Introduction One of the many challenges that SharePoint developers face is returning meaningful search results that allow users to access information efficiently. Oftentimes, data retrieved from search could be more effective if we could modify it slightly. Other times, search results would be enhanced if we could include related information that does not reside within […]

SharePoint Server 2013 offers a completely new architecture for Workflow utilizing Workflow Foundation 4.5.  I’ve already covered the high-level changes in a previous post called “What Changed in SharePoint 2013 Workflow? Pretty Much Everything” and discussed how a SharePoint 2010 Workflow project would be designed differently in my post titled “Redesigning a SharePoint 2010 Workflow […]

Your company’s SharePoint site should be personalized to reflect your brand and culture.  How your site looks can impact how much it’s used.  One of the easiest ways to complete this personalization is by incorporating graphics that “match” your organization.  Sometimes you have a great set of graphics and icons to start with, and sometimes […]