SharePoint 2016 and the BI workloads

SharePoint 2016 and the BI workloads

SharePoint 2016 and the BI workloads with John White. Listen to this podcast to learn more about things like: Excel Services, what's going on here? PowerBI, where does that fit in? What is Azure Analysis Service? Admin Audit Logging. BI stack is moving very, very quickly. read more
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SharePoint Intranets: To Buy, To Build or To Wait?

The formerly terrible user interface is getting a whole lot better with the advent of SharePoint 2016 and Office 365. Indeed, anything sprinkled with the magical "modern" prefix (Modern Team Sites, Modern Lists) is both simple and responsive across mobile to desktop devices. read more
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Announcing the SharePoint Virtual Summit

At this year's SharePoint Virtual Summit, a free, online event on May 16, 2017, you'll learn how to create a connected workplace in Office 365 with OneDrive and SharePoint and integrated with Yammer, Microsoft Teams, Windows, PowerApps and Microsoft Flow. read more
Provisioning Modern Pages and SPFx Web Parts

Provisioning Modern Pages and SPFx Web Parts

Using SPFx for web parts you're developing now is a sensible option. After all, we now have "modern" SharePoint sites and pages to consider, and the matrix of what can be used. Most new development should be done using SPFx. As a reminder, any SharePoint site that is attached... read more
What Administrators need to know about SPFx

What Administrators need to know about the SharePoint Framework

The end user experience for adding web parts to SharePoint pages has changed. The administrator experience of deploying packages to SharePoint has changed too. Currently the SharePoint Framework gives you the ability to add a web part to a modern page. Modern pages were announced in August 2016. This... read more
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Adobe Sign now available on SharePoint

Adobe Sign newly integration for SharePoint provides a neat solution for creating, sending, tracking, and managing electronic signatures without ever leaving SharePoint. Adobe Sign supports SharePoint workflows by using built-in logic to select who approves, when, based on agreement type or value. read more
Learn building better web parts with SPFx

Learn building better web parts with SPFx

Don't miss this free webinar, on March 23rd, where two world-renowned SharePoint experts, Andrew Connell and Waldek Mastykarz, will share with you tips and tricks on how you can use the SharePoint Framework to build client-side web parts in an efficient and secure way - whether you have already... read more
Script Editor Webpart (SEWP) now Available for SPFx

Script Editor Webpart (SEWP) now Available for SPFx

The March 2017 PnP release includes Mikael Svenson's new webpart called "Script editor web part for modern pages built in React". He created a wrapper within a SPFx webpart using React as the rendering engine to include/trigger our own custom JavaScript that can be embedded in the webpart, unique... read more
Keep your SPFX and NPM Packages up-to-date

Keep your SPFX and NPM Packages up-to-date

Now the SharePoint Framework has become general available I expect that it requires only to update only the npm packages mostly. A simple upgrade of the installed packages will be enough in future. During the beta phase you add to do manual step in addition to upgrade your project... read more
Hybrid Self-Service Site Creation available for SharePoint Server 2013

Hybrid Self-Service Site Creation available for SharePoint Server 2013

New hybrid self-service site creation allows SharePoint administrators to direct users site creations requests to Office 365. This new hybrid capability allows administrators of SharePoint Server 2013 to have the option to enable their existing or new Self-Service Site Creation flow redirect users to SharePoint Online to create a... read more
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