Archive for the ‘Microsoft SharePoint’ Category

SharePoint Online integration with Microsoft Teams | An Insight

Thursday, December 12th, 2019

With Microsoft Teams being in the forefront communication platform from Microsoft, much hype is expected on how we can integrate SharePoint with Teams amongst Microsoft SharePoint users. Microsoft officials have explained this well, since SharePoint users working on SharePoint team sites are perplexed on how to work with existing Sharpoint teams sites while introducing Teams into the cloud business.

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Microsoft Teams has been very popular in the business space from the last two years, mainly because it focuses in “collaboration” in the cloud with better productivity outcomes amongst companies who have adopted it already. To use Microsoft Teams to the full potential of it, it is necessary that you integrate it with Office 365 apps for your cloud business.

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SharePoint Blog Site vs. Publishing Site: Know the difference for a successful deployment

Monday, December 9th, 2019

People who use SharePoint for business find it hard in the beginning to decide between working on a SharePoint Blog or a SharePoint Publishing site. While the two sound typically similar since they are both designed for the same purpose (blog creation and maintenance), they are not truly similar when it comes to features comparison. A more in-depth analysis of the two types offered in SharePoint is presented with feature comparison, so you’d be clear the next time you start a SharePoint blog.

So, a SharePoint blog is like an out-of-the-box ready thing that you can just tailor it according to your niche requirements (pretty much like pre-cooked pasta that you can quickly toss into your favorite sauce, if that makes sense). On the other hand, a SharePoint Publishing Site is a more structured authoring and publishing site that is typically used to create a sharing and communication portal amongst enterprises.

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Microsoft SharePoint CMS new features for better collaborative environment

Wednesday, September 11th, 2019

A rule of thumb: Good content, that makes you content, is only possible by good content management.

Microsoft SharePoint has always been successful in keeping its customers content with a promising Content management system. Giving a collaborative environment and offering users to make best use of a CMS which caters the state-of-the-art requirements in technology, cloud business and social sharing.

There are many features in Microsoft SharePoint that make it a great content management system to work with like Asset Library, which manages users’ media assets like audio and video content. Furthermore, there is a content organizer that sets content to autopilot with a set of routing rules that locate the relevant content to appropriate location in the library. In addition to this, a managed Meta data service allows you to specifically define formal and informal Meta data which come handy while using the next feature on the list: Metadata-driven navigation. Users are even facilitated with a feature of sharing content types amongst site collections

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About the top announcements from the SharePoint Summit 2019

Friday, July 12th, 2019

The recent SharePoint summit 2019 was very dense. It encompassed announcements on nearly all aspects of Microsoft 365 and Office 365 umbrellas. However, the main focus of the summit was SharePoint Online and improvements for Office 365 subscribers. Let’s take a look at what happened at the SharePoint Virtual Summit 2019.

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Microsoft aims to add support on Azure Stack for running SharePoint Server 2019 or SharePoint Server 2016. It would be Microsoft’s Azure “datacenter in a box”. So, it’ll be possible for SharePoint Server 2019 users to use Azure SQL Database Managed Instance. With this, businesses opting for Microsoft Cloud will be able to move applications to the cloud while making use of a compatible Database Solution

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A guide to SharePoint 2019 environment on-premises Migration from legacy version

Tuesday, April 16th, 2019

With the announcement of latest SharePoint 2019 environment last year, much buzz has been created on how perform on- premises migration from legacy versions to SharePoint 2019. There have been a lot of questions coming up regarding up gradations and SharePoint 2019 migrations like is it possible to upgrade directly from SP 2013 to SharePoint 2019 environment or SharePoint 2010 to SharePoint 2019 environment directly. Microsoft actively supports documentation for the purpose. In this blog post, we’re going to show you the essentials of SharePoint 2019 on-premises Migration from legacy version.

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Is deploying SharePoint Hybrid still a win-win for your cloud business?

Monday, April 8th, 2019

We have moved past the phase when cloud was new and the decision about deploying SharePoint hybrid, Online or on-premise was important for early adopters. However, over the past few years, a major shift is observed towards SharePoint Hybrid. Yet, there are many businesses that adopted SharePoint on-premises as an early adoption and still have to come a long way before they can finally settle to SharePoint Online.  As an early solution, SharePoint hybrid is the way to go for any cloud business. Today, we’ll cover how SharePoint hybrid is a win-win solution for business and how the latest Microsoft updates on SharePoint Online and SharePoint On-premises frameworks will impact SharePoint Hybrid.

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6 things that make “SharePoint Modern experience” loved in the IT space

Tuesday, January 22nd, 2019

SharePoint modern experience is the latest trend amongst SharePoint online and on-premises users nowadays. With this modern SharePoint experience, features such as Communication Sites and Hub sites have been released. With the introduction of these modern pages, a lot of gaps have been filled regarding publishing experiences that were needed from Microsoft SharePoint Online and on-premises.

This modern experience is based on SharePoint Framework which has brought in a lot of changes from the ‘classic’ platform. The major advancement has been in the basic structure where things are focused to be developed on client side rather the server side. In fact, from April 2019, Microsoft is restricting the possibility of running whole organization on classic mode for libraries and lists. However, lists that use features that are currently supported in the modern experience will be switched to classic, automatically.

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How to make the best use of the Microsoft’s free SharePoint Migration Tool

Monday, December 31st, 2018

Cloud operations are mandatory for Cloud business success. Free SharePoint Migration is a dream come true for CSPs, since they are always in search for best solutions all over the web that can facilitateSharePoint Migration Tool their Cloud business on-goings. This free tool is provided by Microsoft for its SharePoint Migration for business.

In a nutshell, the free SharePoint Migration tool lets the SharePoint users migrate their lists or files from on-premises files and document libraries to either OneDrive in Office 365 or SharePoint Online. This free SharePoint Migration tool makes the users able to take advantage of collaboration, security and Intelligence solutions with Microsoft Office 365.

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An Insight to Backup SharePoint Online and OneDrive for Business

Tuesday, December 4th, 2018

Shifting data to SharePoint cloud is one of the most popular ways to storage these days. For businesses, handling data is crucial as data has attained the status of an important asset. Microsoft has introduced various business–critical applications that fulfill the need of data handling within the cloud business space.

Backup SharePoint Online and OneDrive

The need for backup is critical than ever before.  Microsoft Applications like Office 365, SharePoint Online and OneDrive for business have a distinct way of storing data. And hence for all the companies out there who want their data preserved, must not rely on Cloud data only; Data backup is a must-have. For the decision of choosing a backup solution, there are two basic questions that need to be answered: First, whether the data can be entrusted to a third party? Secondly, can the company afford to comply strictly with the data protection regulations?

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