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October 31, 2014 | Business Intelligence

Powermap Filter and Custom Maps for Office 365

The much awaited Powermap filter and custom maps has been released by Microsoft as a October update. You can have access to this new feature only if you have Office 365 subscription. The best way to check if you have […]

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October 29, 2014 | Development, SharePoint

Move Managed Metadata Navigation location in SharePoint 2013

While working on a project recently I noticed that by default when you enable and turn on Metadata Navigation under List Settings -> Metadata navigation settings, it will render the navigation hierarchies (term sets) and key filters at the bottom […]

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October 29, 2014 | Development, Office 365, SharePoint

How to auto-expand Managed MetaData Navigation in SharePoint 2013

Recently I was asked if it would be possible to have the managed metadata navigation TreeView in SharePoint 2013 automatically expand when the page was first loaded. While I have seen some articles in the past for SharePoint 2010 to […]

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October 28, 2014 |

2014 RCP Rocket Award Winners: Profiles in Business Courage

Concurrency was featured recently in the Redmond Channel Partner Magazine for sustainable business growth after winning the RCP Rocket Award this summer. Concurrency founder and President, Jim Savage, is interviewed in the article which can be read at http://rcpmag.com/articles/2014/10/01/profiles-in-business-courage.aspx?p=1

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October 23, 2014 | Azure, Infrastructure, System Center

New Intelligence Pack for SQL Server Assessment is Available in System Center Advisor

  Adding to the robust set of features and assessment scenarios that System Center Advisor provides by means of Intelligence packs for capacity planning, security assessment, system update, malware assessment, log management and change tracking, the Advisor team at Microsoft […]

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October 22, 2014 | Development, Office 365, SharePoint

Office Delve and developing apps with Office Graph

Recently I noticed a new button appear on the Office 365 global navigation bar called Delve which is starting to appear for most Office 365 customers that have the First Release setting turned to ON in the Office 365 admin […]

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