Shane is a Microsoft enthusiast from Cincinnati, Ohio who has had the honor of being a SharePoint MVP for 12 years and counting. While his first love was SharePoint these days, he has expanded his love to PowerShell, Azure, and Office 365. Speaking of his passions, he covers all of those topics on his YouTube channel or in a more traditional setting through his consulting company Bold Zebras. You can always tweet him @ShanesCows just make sure it is nice.
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This month, we are going to cover the SharePoint announcement with a little summertime flare.
This month’s updates cover some GDPR stuff, Teams reminding me that it is important, and some other fun tidbits. Good news for you? I kept the snark to a minimum. You are welcome.
ow do you create InfoPath repeating tables with PowerApps? The answer is you use some really fancy, customized galleries.
Another month has come and gone and the pace of change in the Office 365 ecosystem continues to wear me out.
This month’s article is really just a who-is-who from the SharePoint Conference NA that was held in Las Vegas.
SharePoint migration can be a daunting task but if you follow Shane’s guidance, the process can be significantly more manageable.
Do you keep hearing about this PowerApps thing but not really sure what it is? If so, you have found the right article to help you get over the hump and get productive.
Take a look how Microsoft is better at security than you are, how you can control external sharing, me showing some self-control on telling you about PowerApps, getting better performance, and my personal sadness around OneNote.
SharePoint continues to be awesome and Microsoft continues to make cool investments. Check out this month’s news and highlights.
Tons of Spring Updates in the Office 365 space to cover this month. As always, it will be the news you need with the two cents you don’t.
Check out this quick rundown of all of the news and notes you may have missed for SharePoint, along with a little Shane Young opinion.
Yes, You Can Use Your On-Premises Data with Office 365.
In the past, SharePoint administrators were forced to employ some ugly methods to get where our users wanted SharePoint to be.