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.
Learn how PowerShell lets you automate the move to cloud while preserving your metadata.
Microsoft Workplace Analytics is not a “Fitbit for the enterprise” that you can deploy off-the-shelf to get instantly usable information. Expect to invest considerable time or spend some consulting dollars to make sense of organization dynamics, office politics, and internal friction. All the stuff that makes working in large companies so worthwhile!
Shane Young walks you through getting your SharePoint list data visualized through a fancy Power BI Report.
Shane Young explains how Power BI interacts with SharePoint Online lists to build cool reports and display those reports on SharePoint.
Recent developments show that a fully-populated Azure Active Directory is considered by Microsoft to be a core part of the overall Office 365 “experience.” Yet many tenants have partly-populated directories. Is that a problem? Or might it be a future problem?
Before you migrate to a newer version of SharePoint or a different environment, always run a complete data inventory. This crucial step will give you clarity over your migration project and help you save a lot of time and money along the way.
The Mobile Planner app is another milestone for the Office 365 Task Management Service.
The Modern SharePoint Team Site releases Document Library and List Web Parts, which provides for an easier and more user-friendly experience for business users.
Microsoft has announced that they are bringing new features to SharePoint such as new community sites and improved sharing directly from File Manager.
Microsoft has announced that they are bringing back one of their most requested features, placeholders for OneDrive and SharePoint.
Further signs of Microsoft discarding the on-premises roots of Office 365 in favor of consistent cross-workload functionality comes when the Security and Compliance Center takes center stage for eDiscovery from July 1.