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Seth Patton of Microsoft has released new information on SharePoint Server 2016...
The office 365 API has a REST service that helps to access the data from the subscription. The office 365 subscription includes the Exchange, SharePoint and AD services. Office 365 API gives access to all those services via REST methods. The authentication to the service happens via the Azure AD. The single sign-on with Azure AD to authenticate your users, and let them access email, files, calendar, and user information, and the petabytes of data that are stored in Office 365.
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In June 2012 Microsoft announced they acquired Yammer. This caused a lot of confusion at first; how about SharePoint social features? How do these compare to Yammer? Should I even be using SharePoint social now? How do the two integrate?
The 2015 Conference Programme has just been released and it is much more than SharePoint!
As the title of this blog states, the purpose is to share with you 5 tips you could implement to help improve even some of the worst search implementations. What these tips will do is give you a good start in providing more relevant results without a lot of effort.
As you all know, a frustrating problem for cloud customers is that you are at the mercy of Incident Notifications from the Service Providers to know of any outages. The Service Provider may not know of an outage affecting your tenancy, may not post notifications on their Service Portals timely or frequently enough - and you are helpless fielding calls from frustrated users. I have seen this happen at multiple customers during recent outages.
It's that small euphoric moment when your code finally works and you're just like...
SharePoint Always-on deployment strategy is an important requirement to achieve high-availability within an organization. SharePoint has broken the barrier within an organization for collaboration, communication, and social network, but the large amount of data analysed and consumed, along with our culture of always-connected has posed a challenge to keep our infrastructure up and running.