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
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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.
Today we reached an important milestone in the development of the new Office.
Moments ago, the Office engineering team signed off on the Release to Manufacturing (RTM) build. This milestone means the coding and testing phase of the project is complete and we are now focused on releasing the new Office via multiple distribution channels to our consumer and business customers.
With the release of Windows 8 and last months preview release of Office 2013 paired with SharePoint 2013 many consultants and companies are scrambling to find features, benefits or return on investment to justify budget plans to migrate to the new platforms. I’m not one of these folks. I believe the technical fellows at Microsoft have a solid long term vision which will allow them to sway consumers and businesses to give device computing using Microsoft software another chance. It seems clear the new releases of Windows 8, Office, Skype, SkyDrive and SharePoint are an attempted to aggressively pursue the growing device market.
Search Driven Applications with Office 365 / SharePoint Online Using the tagging feature in SharePoint 2010Blog Posts
Common stuff about Search Driven Applications and a solution proposal with Office 365 / SharePoint Online.
You can build Search Driven Applications in several different ways and based on different techniques. One of the easiest is using the Query Object Model from the SharePoint Search to create “Fixed Keyword Queries”. For example this query shows all SharePoint sites which you have access to:
It’s a long holiday weekend here in the U.S., I’ve been sick with some sort of flu for all of it, and it’s really nice and sunny outside. So what am I doing? Trying to migrate my Sympraxis Consulting demo site from my FPWeb-hosted WSS 3.0 site (yeah, I’m a little behind) to my Office365 SharePoint 2010 site. Call me crazy. I’ve been avoiding doing this because I knew that somehow it would be a bit of a nightmare, and it is, of course. But it’s going to happen today, darn it.
Office 365|SharePoint – Migrate Your On Premises SharePoint content to SharePoint 2010 Online – Part 2 – Connection to Office 365Blog Posts
While writing this post, I discover an issue while migrating blog content to SharePoint Online. The issue was pictures associated with blog posts published using Live Writer (and so stored as attachments on SharePoint) were not migrated. This issue is not really a product bug as this way of blog posting is using specific SharePoint API’s. I’m really impressed by the quality and the responsiveness of AvePoint Support team. Only a week was needed to have confirmation of repro, details about the issue and get a fix. Whaou!!!
Earlier this year, Microsoft released the next iteration of its cloud offering for customers: Microsoft Office 365 -including Exchange 2010, SharePoint 2010, Office Web Apps, and Lync 2010. This is a compelling set of cloud-based applications, compared with industry competitors such as Google.
To give you an insight into the European SharePoint Conference we have highlighted the ITDM Tracks on Tuesday the 18th October
Mike Fitzmaurice, Nintex, USA who will be presenting a track on “What to Avoid to Ensure Workflow Projects Succeed” at 12:15am