Many administrators have noted that SharePoint 2010 allows them to tune the number of threads that can be used for farm backup and restore operations, but very few have played with the settings. In this post, I share some results I compiled while testing the settings in my own environments. I also share...
My SharePoint community activities are off to a roaring start in 2012. In this post, I'll be recapping a couple of events from the end of 2011, as well as covering new activities taking place during the first couple of months of 2012.
After some time away, I'm getting back to blogging with a recap of the last several months' worth of events. I cover a couple of SharePoint Saturdays, a webcast, my new whitepaper, and a new CodePlex project for SharePoint administrators.
Having recently recovered from a firewall outage using Windows Server 2008's bare metal restore capabilities, I figured I'd write a quick post to cover how I did it. I also cover one really big learning I picked up as a result of the process.
In this post I talk about the recent SharePoint Cincy event. I also cover some of my upcoming activities for the next month, including a trip to Denver and SharePoint Saturday Twin Cities.
February is a really busy month for SharePoint activities. In this post, I cover some speaking engagements I have during the month. I also talk about the release of Idera SharePoint backup 3.0 -- the product we've been working so hard to build and make available!
This post contains my SPTechCon Boston lightning talk titled "Backup/Restore Knowledge Nuggets: What's True, What's Not?" I also spend a few moments talking about Prezi and how it compares to PowerPoint.