We are proud to announce the eagerly anticipated ESPC16 Conference Programme. The programme team have meticulously hand-picked all speakers to offer IT-Pros, Developers and BDMs the best ESPC experience possible. The speaker schedule includes internationally renowned Microsoft Redmond Executives, 42 MVPs, 11 MCMs, CTOs and CIOs, sharing practical advice, live demonstrations and real life solutions. With 4 days, 8 stages, 2000 delegates and over 100 SharePoint and Office 365 sessions, it’s promised to be our biggest event yet!
Part 4 – Formatting Emails and sending reminders, Using Viewer.aspx to provide alternative User InterfacesBlog Posts
Learn in Part 4 of this series by Julian Kirkness on Access Web Apps. Within this article learn how to Format Emails and sending reminders, Using Viewer.aspx to provide alternative User Interfaces
From the book “Professional SharePoint 2013 Development” by Reza Alirezaei, Brendon Schwartz, Matt Ranlett,Scot Hillier, Brian Wilson, Jeff Fried and Paul Swider. This eBook is chapter fifteen, titled ‘Workflow Development in SharePoint 2013’. Topics in this chapter include; Learning about the core workflow concepts Understanding the workflow platform architecture Reviewing the key workflow development tools… READ MORE
From the book “Professional SharePoint 2013 Development” by Reza Alirezaei, Brendon Schwartz, Matt Ranlett,Scot Hillier, Brian Wilson, Jeff Fried and Paul Swider. This eBook is chapter six, titled ‘Getting Started with Developing Apps in SharePoint 2013’. In this chapter, you will learn how to; – Compare apps to solution-based development – Learn how app development… READ MORE
With the ESPC16 Call for Speakers just closed, we thought we would have a look back and give you an insight into the conference. In this article, Alexandre Ferreira, Head of SharePoint Development for Storm Technology, describes what it was like attending ESPC15 in Stockholm and what were his personal highlights.
Allan Rocha, Microsoft MVP, shows you How to Create an Excel Gantt Chart with Project Online Data + Power BI
Microsoft MVP Allan Rocha discusses Office 365 Roadmap using Excel, Power Query and Power BI
As it happens with Microsoft products, there are two competing versions of the same thing and eventually one gets phased out. Now it’s Power BI for Office 365’s turn. It had a good run, but Microsoft is finally killing off the initial iteration of Power BI to let its new service move in and run the show. I’ve been wondering when this would happen for quite a while now, and its finally happened. Honestly I believe it’s for the better, but there are a few things that still haven’t come to fruition. In your Office 365 Message Center, you might have seen this message on the right.
European SharePoint Pioneering Award for Startup Excellence Winner 2015
European SharePoint Conference 2016, Vienna, Austria, 14-17 November 2016
The European SharePoint Conference are pleased to announce our 2016 The European SharePoint Conference 2016 will be held in Vienna, Austria, 14-17 Nov 2016.