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Simplifying the Creation of Non-Employee Portals in SharePoint

decorative image of employees with question marksSharePoint 2013 offers companies more flexibility in creating portals for internal and external collaboration alike. Many companies are now looking to use the platform to build hubs for non-employees to access information. The problem is there are some issues and limitations with Microsoft’s recommended strategy for creating these portals that could waste resources and present security issues.

5 W’s of ITAR and EAR Compliance in SharePoint

decorative image of the word securityIf you are using SharePoint and need to comply with or learn more about ITAR and EAR, read our five W’s to help you ensure compliance with these strict regulations.

What

ITAR, or the International Traffic in Arms Regulations, are issued by the United States government to control the export and import of defense-related articles and services on the United States Munitions List (USML). In short, the U.S. Government requires all manufacturers, exporters, and brokers of defense articles, defense services or related technical data to be ITAR compliant. TAA documents (Technical Assistance Agreements) are ITAR contracts between parties, these documents are required to be restricted from transfer or access by authorized persons only.

TAFE SWSi Solves Accessibility Issues in SharePoint and on the Web with HiSoftware

logo of TAFE SWSiTAFE NSW is Australia’s public vocational education and training (VET) provider and has an essential role to play in strengthening the skills base of the New South Wales (NSW) economy and supporting economic growth for its communities. Each Institute offers a broad range of courses and specialist services to meet the needs of its customers, industry partners and local community.

How to Control Non-Employee Access to SharePoint

Decorative image of peopleChanges to SharePoint 2013 licensing have made it affordable for companies to build non-employee access portals in SharePoint. The expectation was that companies would rapidly deploy non-employee portals to collaborate with clients and suppliers. The reality is that very few SharePoint customers have deployed these portals.

Message In a Bottle – Identity and Access Management in the SharePoint World

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Source: http://en.wikicollecting.org/antique-ships-in-bottles

For a long time, identity and access management (IAM) has been something outside the world of most implementations. Who you are, and what you can do, have stayed almost entirely within the walled garden of SharePoint farms.

Over the past few years, however, SharePoint’s been spilling out of its bottle – into the cloud and into engagement with users and systems outside the realm of on-premises data centers, networks, and Active Directory. IAM is no longer something done for “other” enterprise systems, but important to consider as new usage comes into SharePoint, and as SharePoint apps and content are extended outside the traditional farm.

Better Together: HiSoftware and Cryptzone

Decorative image of the better together milk and cookiesIf you read this morning’s newswires you may have seen that HiSoftware made a significant announcement. Cryptzone, a global provider of data security and identity and access management (IAM) solutions, has acquired HiSoftware. This is an exciting time for both companies as we unite, as well as for our rapidly growing customer base.

Chris McNulty Awarded Microsoft MVP Award for Second Year

Headshot of Chris McNulty, HiSoftware CTOIt is with great pleasure that I congratulate our CTO, Chris McNulty (@cmcnulty2000), for once again being awarded the Microsoft® MVP Award. Chris was first awarded the prestigious accolade in 2013 and has once again received it for 2014.

The Microsoft Most Valuable Professional (MVP) Award is Microsoft’s way of saying thank you to exceptional, independent community leaders who share their passion, technical expertise, and real-world knowledge of Microsoft products with others. It is part of Microsoft’s commitment to supporting and enriching technical communities. Even before the rises of the Internet and social media, people have come together to willingly offer their ideas and best practices in technical communities.

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