This post describes why it’s beneficial to use a user analytics tool in your intranet. I use Google Analytics as an example of such tool, and different deployment options for SharePoint intranets are covered briefly. Why would I use Google Analytics with my SharePoint intranet? In general, it’s absolutely necessary for you to know your users, if you want to deliver an enjoyable user experience. One key aspect of knowing them is knowing what they do, while they use your system or service. SharePoint being…Continue reading Using Google Analytics with SharePoint
This post describes how to fix the “Could not load file or assembly ‘[assemblyname]’ or one of its dependencies. An attempt was made to load a program with an incorrect format.” error. The solution described in this post shows you how to resolve the issue when you’re deploying from Visual Studio, but get the error “Could not load file or assembly or one of its dependencies” when deploying to IIS or when opening your website after the deployment. Problem Especially while installing a new dev…Continue reading Fixing the “Could not load file or assembly … or one of its dependencies” error
Microsoft is deprecating, or even removing one of the widely used features in SharePoint sites – Site Mailboxes. For the end-user this might no mean much, but still requires some additional work from the administration side. In this post, I’m trying to give a rough outline, on what you (as an administrator/content producer) should do. So, what exactly is happening?
This is the fourth post depicting me and my wife’s excursion to the USA. We are in the country to study, travel, business and leisure. Short version of the post: we went and got a car, because we didn’t have any other options. So, what’s up? We’ve been in the country for a couple of weeks. If there’s one thing, that’s become painfully clear, it’s the fact that you really need a car to get anywhere in this country. The only stores in Whitewater are…Continue reading USA, 4: You really, REALLY need a car to get around. Hence, Cadillac!