Want to learn the clean and pretty ways to dig into your SharePoint farm? Here’s an easy to follow guide to get the process started.
Upgrading, even for the best of environments, always has a surprise or two in store, even for the most vigilant admin. Getting a good idea what’s going on in your farm right now is one of the best things you can do to improve your changes of a successful, less stressful upgrade when SharePoint 2019 comes around.
If you use Office 365 Video today, you will use Stream in the future. The migration is happening – slowly. But when it does, you can use Office 365 Groups to organize videos into mini-portals and take advantage of some interesting “intelligent” features to better use content in videos. The only downside is that you’ll have to pay a little more.
Aidan Finn explains several ways that you can use Traffic Manager, Azure’s website redirection solution, that enables high availability, fault tolerance, and more between different application deployments.
I predicted that the Build conference would give us lots of Azure news. In one respect, I was right; there was lots of news.
SharePoint migration can be a daunting task but if you follow Shane’s guidance, the process can be significantly more manageable.
There is a new SQL Server option that recently launched a preview in Azure called SQL Managed Instance, enabling you to run a private, managed version of SQL that is almost 100 percent compatible with on-premises SQL Server.
It’s time to start seriously planning your migration to the cloud and starting with SharePoint has the ability to pay immediate dividends.
Microsoft Teams is popular now, but if you decide to use it, how can you move content from other applications to Teams. Getting email into Teams can be done individually and moving documents into SharePoint is straightforward, but moving content from other chat platforms is problematic because of the lack of a migration API.
Earlier this week, IBM announced Cloud Mass Data Migration, a new service that enables organizations to quickly and easily transfer large amounts of data to IBM’s cloud infrastructure.
Microsoft has new tools to migrate public folders (the “cockroaches of Exchange”) to Office 365 Groups. Sounds good. The good news is that the tools work, even if they need a lot of manual oversight. ISVs offer tools to do the same job with more automation. The choice is yours!
Microsoft has launched Stream, their new video streaming, sharing, and management service for consumers and business. You can use Stream now, but not yet if you have used Office 365 Video in the past. Microsoft has some work to do to make that transition flawless.
Microsoft now supports the migration of modern public folders to Exchange Online. ISV solutions allow you to migrate public folders to other places, like Office 365 Groups and shared mailboxes, which seems like a lot more interesting.