Matt Ranlett

Matt
Ranlett

Matt Ranlett, a SharePoint Server MVP, works as a solution architect with Slalom Consulting. Matt focuses on strategic technical implementations for enterprise clients in the Atlanta area and has been an author and editor on six different books. Visit his blog at http://blogs.sharepointguys.com/matt.

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External Data Sources in SharePoint 1
Prevent embedded data connections by storing connection files in DCLs.
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SharePoint Security for DBAs
Control access to SharePoint’s functionality and external systems by defining Active Directory service accounts and assigning administrative permissions to users and groups on SharePoint’s internal security layers.

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May 12, 2016
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The 7 C's of Data Quality

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Turning Global Addresses into your Biggest Asset

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Building Your Business with Quality Data

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