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Here are six steps you can take to deal with the headache of migrating SharePoint to the cloud:
This time was no different and I asked how many of the attendees knew what is the Office Graph and Office Delve. I was surprised that only a few hands were lifted, and that so many of the attendees had no clue of what I was about to present. I decided to start at the beginning and I think it went great. So I figured it would be a good idea to write an article about Office Graph, for beginners.
Friday Funny: What do you think?
I’m in the midst of two different major workflows for clients right now, one of them being an HR New Hire Onboarding request and approval process. One small but critical requirement of the process was that each level of approval needed a two business day wait period. I’ve seen different suggested solutions for this on the internet, but nothing super easy and in the context of a workflow, or would fully work in my situation. So I thought I’d share a couple of quick and easy ways to accomplish this.
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Despite these limitations, you can use BCS to connect to different data sources like Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) web services, Open Data Protocol (O-Data) sources and Microsoft SQL Azure databases. As long as the data is provided by one of the supported data sources, SharePoint Online will be able to obtain the needed information. The process of creating an external content type follows the same method of how it is done on-premises. Follow the steps below to properly implement BCS in your SharePoint Online environment.
Script that allows to get all the users for all the Site Collections in a SharePoint Online Tenant