Collaborate, Manage, Share

Are your clients a business collaboration tool for sharing documents and information across their business, allowing them to work more efficiently and streamline processes.

We deliver SharePoint 2012 via our platform. So you can save clients the upfront expense and hassle of having, installing, managing and maintaining hardware and software at their premises.

SharePoint 2012 lets you introduce the most modern of working practices. Allow clients to design their own intranet, extranet or websites or do it for them as a value-added service.

Users can create wiki sites or blogs, set up and deploy company surveys, monitor business projects and share all sorts of information across their business.

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Dedicated SharePoint

Dedicated SharePoint from CubeXS Weatherly is targeted at organizations with unique business collaboration requirements. Microsoft SharePoint 2010 enables you to manage content and business processes, find and share information and expertise, and simplify how people work together across organizational boundaries. In a dedicated environment, users with more complex needs have the security and flexibility to deploy third-party web parts, access all levels of site data, and implement server-side customizations that streamline work processes.

Managed Services

Incident based yearly contract which can include

  • Troubleshooting & Issue Resolution
  • Patches/Updates
  • Site Administration & Operations
  • Performance Analysis & Reporting
  • User Management

S

$8.95

per month

  • UNLIMITED USERS
  • 1GB Disk Space
  • Project Collaboration
  • Document Sharing
  • Mobile Access
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G

$24.95

per month

  • UNLIMITED USERS
  • 5GB Disk Space
  • Project Collaboration
  • Document Sharing
  • Mobile Access
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P

$59.95

per month

  • UNLIMITED USERS
  • 20GB Disk Space
  • Project Collaboration
  • Document Sharing
  • Mobile Access
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P+

$129.95

per month

  • UNLIMITED USERS
  • 75GB Disk Space
  • Project Collaboration
  • Document Sharing
  • Mobile Access
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FAQs

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1. What are the two base classes a WebPart you are going to use within SharePoint 2007 can 1) What are the two base classes a WebPart you are going to use within SharePoint 2007 can inherit from?

There are two base classes that a WebPart which is going to be consumed by SharePoint can inherit from, either the SharePoint WebPart Base class or the ASP.NET 2.0 WebPart base class. When inheriting from the SharePoint WebPart Base class your derived WebPart class will inherit from Microsoft.SharePoint.WebPartPages.WebPart. When inheriting from the ASP.NET 2.0 WebPart base class your derived WebPart class will inherit from System.Web.UI.WebControls.WebParts.WebPart. It is considered good practice to use the ASP.NET WebPart base class since the old base class is meant for backwards compatibility with previous version of SharePoint, however there are four exception when it is better to leverage functionality from the SharePoint WebPart base class:
Cross page connections
Connections between Web Parts that are outside of a Web Part zone
Client-side connections (Web Part Page Services Component)
Data caching infrastructure

2. What are the differences between the two base classes and what are the inherit benefits of using one over another?

The difference is the Microsoft.SharePoint.WebPartPages.WebPart base class is meant for backward compatibility with previous versions of SharePoint. The benefit of using the SharePoint WebPart base class is it supported:
Cross page connections
Connections between Web Parts that are outside of a Web Part zone
Client-side connections (Web Part Page Services Component)
Data caching infrastructure
ASP.NET 2.0 WebParts are generally considered better to use because SharePoint is built upon the ASP.NET 2.0 web architecture. Inheriting from the ASP.NET 2.0 base class offers you features that inherit to ASP.NET 2.0, such as embedding resources as opposed to use ClassResources for deployment of said types.

3. What is the GAC?

The GAC stands for the global assembly cache. It is the machine wide code cache which will give custom binaries place into the full trust code group for SharePoint. Certain SharePoint assets, such as Feature Receivers need full trust to run correctly, and therefore are put into the GAC. You should always try to avoid deployment to the GAC as much as possible since it will possibly allow development code to do more than it was intended to do.