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Connecting LinkedIn and Office 365

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You can connect LinkedIn to Office 365 so that Office 365 users are able to look up LinkedIn contacts from applications like OWA and SharePoint Online. Some privacy concerns have been expressed about the connection, but there’s really nothing to worry about because users are in control of what they see and what they share with others.

Looking Forward to Office 365 at Ignite 2018

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Microsoft has scheduled 1,500+ sessions for the Ignite 2018 conference in Orlando next week. What’s happening for Office 365? Well, there are many sessions to attend, but the interesting thing is the huge number of sessions assigned to Teams compared to other workloads. SharePoint does OK, but Exchange is low, and Yammer gets a surprising allocation.

Don’t Upgrade Crap

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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 […]

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Adding Photos for Office 365 Guests

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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.