Posts Tagged ‘SharePoint Services’

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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Why is Desktop-as-a-Service (DaaS) gaining popularity

Wednesday, December 5th, 2018

 

Desktop as a Service

Desktop-as-a-Service (DaaS) you heard it right. No, it’s not the Virtual Desktop Infrastructure that we are talking about today, its Desktop-As-a-Service. With technology innovating the norms around us, Desktops are offered as a Service too!

So, what exactly is DaaS? In reality, Desktop-as-a-Service is kind of virtual computing where employees are able to access their desktop environment on any device and it is stored in the cloud. Hence, the work environment along with data is available for access from anywhere!

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Microsoft launches SharePoint Server 2019 and it is just as cool as expected

Tuesday, November 13th, 2018

With Exchange Server 2019 and Skype for Business Server 2019 in the news, there is good news for Microsoft enthusiasts this year – Microsoft SharePoint Server 2019 is out!

microsoft sharepoint 2019 launched

As promised in the public preview, there are many new features that were expected from SharePoint 2019 user all over theworld like trends in team collaboration, blending of cloud and on-premise versions, better cross-device user experience and many more. It’s built on the same platform as SharePoint Server 2016; the new SharePoint Server 2019 fulfills the needs of performances and scalability expectations to the maximum.

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