Tom Resing is a Microsoft Certified Master in SharePoint 2007 as well as a MCTS in SharePoint 2010, Configuration. On January 1st, 2013 and again in 2014, Tom received the Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) work for his expertise and community contributions in SharePoint.
Tom works as a Systems Engineer at Jive Software and blogs at http://tomresing.com
@maryjofoley broke the news this morning that @jeffteper has been promoted. It’s great news for Teper in his continued rise up in Microsoft. What does it mean for SharePoint, the business he takes responsibility for creating? Teper has been the head of SharePoint since before it was SharePoint in 1995… read more
Full Session Recording Last Wednesday, I presented a session on SharePoint’s Business Connectivity Services at Microsoft’s TechEd 2014 North America. It’s mostly demo and the recording is available on Channel 9. To start, I show connecting to a SQL Database from SharePoint Designer, creating an external list, modifying it’s views,… read more
I’ve got a few events coming up I’d love to see you at. Microsoft TechEd North America May 12-15 I’ll be presenting at and attending one of Microsoft’s biggest technology events of the year next week in Houston, Microsoft TechEd North America 2014. If you’re attending, please attend my session… read more
SPTechCon San Francisco 2014 wrapped up last Friday. I was there from end to end, presenting in the first time slot Wednesday and the last time slot Friday. Here are some of my highlights from the show: Andrew Connell’s Keynote Andrew encouraged attendees to get used to the fact that… read more
Update 4/22: Note that this offer does have restrictions. It’s aimed at tech companies which both my examples are. A friend at a small business asked me the most cost effective way to buy SharePoint for internal use and demonstration. I suggested the Microsoft Action Pack which is part of… read more
ProPlus, the new Professional Plus Office 365 ProPlus offers a subscription based license for Office 2013 Desktop Software including Outlook, Word, Excel and PowerPoint. If you want Office 2013 at home, that’s your option. Enterprises can also buy the software outright like you may be used to be able to… read more
"If your team is excited about the new capabilities of the platform, as many are, this one time division of labor can pay off with big dividends. Often, the time saved in the future with modern tools provided by SharePoint 2010 can be a great reward when youve become frustrated with the technology youve been using for a long time to update your old site."