SharePoint failover

SharePoint Failover Scenarios

I recently published a blog post entitled, “SharePoint and Disaster Recovery Options,” but it did not specifically address SharePoint failover scenarios. I began to give more thought to failover scenarios when a prospective customer asked us to devise a SharePoint environment that has the option for a fully redundant, geographically dispersed disaster recovery plan. After…

SharePoint disaster recovery guide

SharePoint Disaster Recovery Options

By Terry Engelstad MCP, MCSE, CCNA, MCDBA, MCTS, MCITP AIS Network Operations Manager The complexity and diversity of the Microsoft SharePoint platform also applies to SharePoint disaster recovery options. When it comes to protecting your SharePoint farm from the effects of a catastrophic event, there are numerous tools and best practices. But which is the…

SharePoint Saturday in DC a Big Success

By Laurie Head AIS Network Vice President, Marketing Communications Last week’s SharePoint Saturday The Conference in DC (August 11-13) was a terrific success. This community-organized event attracted about 2,000 registered attendees and 60 sponsors. Over 190 speakers presented 250 sessions. 150 volunteers coordinated it. Kudos to Dux Raymond Sy, managing partner at Innovative-e, and his…

SharePoint Hosting for Health Care Companies

By Laurie Head AIS Network Vice President, Marketing Communications If you are running a business in the health care industry, your primary goal is to provide world-class patient care and support.  The last thing you need is to be weighed down by redundant tasks that result in administrative waste, lost revenue and patient dissatisfaction. AIS…

Microsoft SharePoint For Small Businesses

Guest Blog By Steven Nichols, Mission Critical Systems Many small businesses have found huge gains in using SharePoint to address specific business problems with measurable results. In many cases, the free version of the software (WSS) is sufficient to deliver huge value, and the cost is consequently very reasonable for the tightest of budgets. The…