We all know that testing your migration plan should be done but realistically, that’s not always a luxury you may have time to do.
Now that we have the SharePoint 2019 Public Preview in our hands we can really start getting serious about planning our migration. Last month I told you the 5 Things you Can do to Prepare for your upcoming SharePoint 2019 migration. Each week since then I’ve broken each of the 5 steps down to help […]
It was a busy month of SharePoint announcements, Shane wraps it all up into one easy to digest post.
Office 365 apps like Teams, Groups, Planner, and SharePoint support guest user access, so they create guest accounts. Those accounts are pretty bare-boned, but you can liven them up by adding details, including user photos – which you might just copy from LinkedIn.
The preview of the next major update to SharePoint 2019 is here and this is what you need to know.
If you are thinking about updating to SharePoint 2019, it’s time to take a serious look at how upgrades work in the real world.
This month, we are going to cover the SharePoint announcement with a little summertime flare.
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 week, Microsoft announced SharePoint Server 2019 that will be released later this year and here is a list of everything that is arriving with the update.
Microsoft is announcing a new feature for SharePoint today called Spaces that will bring Mixed Reality to the collaboration platform.
SharePoint Server 2019 will enter public preview in June of 2018 but its final release date isn’t know yet, but I have an educated guess.
SharePoint migration can be a daunting task but if you follow Shane’s guidance, the process can be significantly more manageable.