Jasper Oosterveld is a frequently booked speaker and he writes blogs and articles about the topic that makes his heart beat faster: SharePoint and Office 365. At Sparked he provides seamless implementations of SharePoint Online and Office 365 as Cloud Consultant. Jasper is able to keep track of both the outline and micromanage and he works flexibly and convincingly towards the very best result for his principals. As co-founder of the site SP&C NL, he supports corporate users, but he also provides fresh information about SharePoint and Office 365 via Twitter and LinkedIn on a daily basis. In 2014 Jasper was awarded the Office 365 MVP Award. In summary, Sparked’s Microsoft MVP is the ultimate ‘go-to guy’ for SharePoint and Office 365. http://www.jasperoosterveld.com/about-me/
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Office 365 is an incredibly powerful Cloud platform build on four strong pillars: collaboration, mobile, intelligent and trust. Although these are very strong characteristics, instant adoption isn’t guaranteed. Learn how to drive adoption for Office 365 in this new series of articles on Petri.com.
Office 365 is an incredibly powerful Cloud platform built on four strong pillars: collaboration, mobile, intelligent, and trust. Although these are very strong characteristics, instant adoption isn’t guaranteed. Learn how to drive adoption for Office 365 in this new series.
Since the integration of the modern SharePoint Team Site with Office 365 Groups, there has been a call within the community for more permission controls. These controls are finally here.
Microsoft Teams is a powerful collaboration tool within the Office 365 platform. This article describes two business scenarios for using Microsoft Teams within your organization.
In this how-to article I show you how easy it is to connect an existing Office 365 Group to a team within Microsoft Teams.
SharePoint content types and the content type hub have been around for many years. Unfortunately, there hasn’t been an update since SharePoint 2010. In this article I am sharing my real-world experience and pain around SharePoint content types and the content type hub.