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IBX: An Engaging Intranet Experience

Watch our overview video and see how IBX makes SharePoint better & more adoptable.

Best Intranet. Period

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Site Templates

Departments Template

Departments need to communicate, manage tasks, and centralize their files. SharePoint is great but could use the boost we gave it with our feature-rich department web parts.


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Intranet Template

Your company-wide home page is laid out like a dashboard. Immediately get the pulse of the company with aggregated announcements, calendars, and more.


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Projects Template

Start your project teams collaborating efficiently with centralized documents, project plans/milestones, time/dollar budgets & a rollup announcement/calendar.


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User Experience

Top Banner Rotator Web Part

Having trouble getting your logo onto your intranet pages? No more hassles with our top banner rotator in which you easily upload any # of banners and set the rotation timing interval.

Global Top Navigation

SharePoint's top navigation is limited to the site collection level, thus making it difficult to remain synched across the whole intranet. We've solved it!


Tabs Web Part

Too many web parts cluttering your page? Group them into 1 compact box with a mouse-over-tab interface.


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Customer Favorites

Calendar/News Rollup

Easily aggregate important calendar events into a consolidate company calendar.

Anniversaries & Birthdays

Employees love being featured on the home page when their company anniversaries (from hire date) and their birthdays are made known company-wide.

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Footnotes

It is highly recommended that you upgrade to SharePoint 2013. Welcome to all of those who already have upgrade to SharePoint 2013. Many of you find architecture and design new but previous users will be just continuing their education. Regardless of the category in which you fall into, upgrade to SharePoint 2013 has enabled to use SharePoint 2013’s new and exciting features that concern you, as architects, plan and design fool proof SharePoint Implementation.


SharePoint 2013 is indirectly concerned with SQL Server aliases. It is crucial to highlight them for a reason when analysing a wide number of SharePoint farms, this is one of the very important step that it is often ignored. Before the release of SharePoint 2010 June 2010 cumulative update, SQL server aliases were needed if SharePoint Implementation used named examples and privileged User Profile service. However this drawback is no longer there in the SharePoint 2013 infrastructure, it is still strongly advised that you make use of SQL Server aliases when dealing with named examples. SQL Server aliases are primarily a variable that is set up on every SharePoint server that points to a particular SQL Server.


Business expertize needs enhanced planning and on top of that a conventional SharePoint Implementation is required and can be important not in merely dictating how the farm is constructed, but also what SQL Server is actually used to run. With the architectures of SharePoint widening into numerous farms, few companies find it beneficial to have service farms that approve various types of SharePoint Implementation.


There is huge importance of collecting requirements before the implementation and how these collected requirements will transform your design choices. You must consider logical and physical architecture design very carefully so that you could recall these critical concepts while learning various features of SharePoint design concepts. The actual developer of FrontPage was Vermeer Technologies Incorporated; from the very beginning of SharePoint design until now these extensions are accepted and used widely. With the mature of SharePoint product and the requirements of companies that use it change, other models were required. With the release of SharePoint 2010, changes were enabled to be created with the help of sandbox solutions. Few solutions that crucial for sandbox would comprise of Web Parts, event receivers, feature receivers, SharePoint design workflow activities and Microsoft InfoPath business logic.


All the company files to be shared with others are placed in the SharePoint portal. SharePoint portal acts a storage place for organizational documents that are to be shared with rest of the employees. With every release of SharePoint a new set of exciting features are offered that makes the product more charming; the one thing that is often neglected is the transformations that have been made available in the process of up gradation. Previously with the upgrade from Microsoft SharePoint Portal Server 2003 to SharePoint Server 2007, there were namely three choices for upgrade: in-place, gradual, and content database attach methodologies.




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