Tag Archives: Optimized SharePoint Storage

Use SharePoint Storage Wisely by Externalizing BLOBs

SQL Server is a great database but like all other relational databases, it wasn’t designed to store BLOBs. And ironically SQL Server is the main SharePoint storage even though a large portion of SharePoint data is documents that are stored … Continue reading

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Link Legacy Documents to SharePoint without Copying

SharePoint, as the name suggests, means a place to share something. True to its name, SharePoint is essentially a document-centric collaboration platform, supporting sharing of documents, reports, calendars, lists, announcements and other publishable material. However, despite all the niceties, SharePoint … Continue reading

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How to Optimize SharePoint Storage

It’s no secret that SharePoint is an extremely popular product because it offers really useful features for organizations that are trying to share documents and enhance collaboration. But, as you probably know, SharePoint content is by nature very document-centric because … Continue reading

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