Microsoft is now ready to start rolling out SharePoint hub sites but there is a catch as it’s not coming to everyone today.
In the past, SharePoint administrators were forced to employ some ugly methods to get where our users wanted SharePoint to be.
It’s time to start seriously planning your migration to the cloud and starting with SharePoint has the ability to pay immediate dividends.
The Meltdown vulnerability is clearly serious, especially if you run on-premises servers. But if you use Office 365, should you be worried? Well, maybe, but when you sign up for a cloud service, you transfer responsibility for understanding and responding to threat to the service provider. Over to Microsoft…
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If you have been on the internet at all in the last year and read anything about the Office 365 ecosystem, you have heard of PowerApps.
Creating great content in Microsoft Teams is all very well. But what happens when some not-so-good content turns up or the CEO posts something secret into a public team? You might just want to remove those messages. It’s all good as long as you don’t need to remove complete threads or messages from multiple teams, at which point things get tiresome.
Office 365 Groups have been very good for SharePoint Online. Because many apps use Groups, they also use SharePoint, even if they don’t know it. Teams, Planner, Yammer, StaffHub, Stream, and Groups in Outlook (or whatever the name is this week) all drive SharePoint usage. SharePoint Online is Office 365 document management, and that’s a good thing.
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.
The European SharePoint Conference took place in Dublin, Ireland this week. The SharePoint content was top-notch and the conference ran smoothly, but I was a little disappointed at the relative lack of Office 365 coverage despite the claim made in the conference moniker.
Microsoft’s SharePoint platform continues to grow at a healthy rate and the company has successfully transitioned the majority of its users to the cloud.
Feature Pack 2 for SharePoint Server 2016 is now available and it includes support for SharePoint Framework-based custom web parts that have previously only been available in SharePoint Online as part of Office 365.
If left unchecked, the dip in productivity during the SharePoint adoption period may have a negative impact on business and make users fall back to the old systems. Learn how to minimize the productivity drop by inflating morale, deflating expectations, and accelerating learning.