In an earlier article I discussed SharePoint Mobile and the range of options for developing mobile SharePoint solutions ranging from responsive web design to building native apps for each platform. Here’s another update, and this time we’re going to focus just on apps. But it’s still an enormous topic which is constantly and rapidly changing as new products, tools and frameworks come out on an almost weekly basis. Mobile is the next big thing for business now that the Bring Your Own Device genie is out of the bottle, and they probably don’t just want a web site – they want an app!
In today’s world of dynamic workplaces and dynamic projects, we are faced with a lot of challenges. We are working with various people in various teams, sometimes within our own departments only but most of the time involving people working for other departments and, not so rare, people from different companies, like partners, customers and independent consultants. I was on all of these sides and I can tell you one thing, identity managemet was always a kind of a trouble. Big companies have identity management processes and procedures in place; however, there are a lot of small or mid-sized companies which had to work around this one way or another.
In this free eBook featuring Chapter 1: “Working with Personal Documents” you will find out if you can work with your personal documents using Office 365 on the following devices: iPad, iPhone, Surface RT tablet, Nokia Lumia 720 or Android Phone and tablet.
Microsoft has recently rolled out new elements of their integration roadmap between Yammer and SharePoint /Office 365 (For background, here’s the announcement.) There’s a lot to it, including new mobile clients and the ability to launch new discussions directly from documents in SharePoint Online. But let’s focus on email integration and Yammer Enterprise.
Am checking up on a friend who is using Office 365 within a team of 20 people, mainly for SharePoint 2013, and who relies on SharePoint support provided externally. My friend stated they want to ramp up the usage, but were concerned about service availability, and wanted to know whether it was possible to get a record of service uptime for Office 365. They were particularly interested in SharePoint Online service uptime.
Rico Ho presents How to Build a Workflow on Office 365. In this video for Developers, Rico will show you step-by-step instructions on how to build an expense approval workflow with the new Webparts360 for Office 365. It covers forms, workflow routing, business rules. You will learn: 1. How to install Webparts360 web parts unto… READ MORE
Please log-in to view this video. Sign up for FREE ACCESS HERE Andre Vala presents How To Manage Office 365 Groups Using the Administration UI. In this How to Video by Andre Vala you will learn how to: 1. How to create and delete groups. 2. How to manage group members and owners. 3. How to control group… READ MORE
Please log-in to view this video. Sign up for FREE ACCESS HERE How to Build an Office 365 Roadmap with Jeff Willinger. In this video you will learn how to: (1) Set up an Office 365 Roadmap. (2) Best practice advice on building your roadmap and pitfalls to look out for Video Transcript: Hi I’m Jeff… READ MORE
This is pretty basic task which some apps may need to perform: reading content of a file on a host web.
Let me be clear first that we’re talking here about reading the actual contents of a file and not just pointing to it.