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July 30, 2015 | Office 365, SharePoint

SharePoint Summit 2015 Materials

I had the chance to participate in Concurrency’s first ever SharePoint Summit that crossed multiple cities in the Midwest.  There was awesome audience participation with some great questions. It was great to get out in the community and speak about […]

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July 30, 2015 | Dynamics CRM

Using “People” as a currency in CRM

On a recent project, my customer tracked all their sales activities by how many people they impacted instead of how many dollars were generated. This is a standard xRM practice but in most cases, money still makes the world go […]

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July 30, 2015 | SQL Server

What Should I Monitor in Availability Groups, and How?

Availability Groups contain a lot of moving parts. Planning for them is an involved process, and deploying them involves many steps. However, the real work with AGs begins once you start using them every day. They need to be watched […]

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July 28, 2015 | Azure, SQL Server

Creating a Listener for a Multi-Subnet Hybrid or Azure Availability Group

A listener is an important component of a SQL Server Availability Group (AG). It enables applications to connect to a DNS name, regardless of which AG replica is the primary. While SQL Server Management Studio can be used to set […]

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Power BI Analysis Services Connector Rises to the Top

The Power BI Analysis Services Connector (Tabular) is a feature that I’ve been working with throughout the preview of Power BI ever since it was introduced in early March of 2015. Coming from the SQL Developer side of things where […]

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Issues Moving SharePoint Access Apps Between Farms

I hit an issue recently that was a little tricky in regards to Access Services and SharePoint 2013.  (Not Access Services 2010)  The issue arose when saving an Access app that was created in a development farm and trying to […]

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