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On Tuesday, I discussed how changes in engineering practices are driving innovation within Office 365. One of the more interesting areas is the use of Office 365 Groups to provide a single identity for access to applications and data drawn from across the service. Microsoft spent a lot of time discussing what they’re up to with Office 365 Groups at the recent Ignite conference....More
Data Loss Prevention (DLP) is a feature that was first introduced in Exchange (2013 and Online) and is now in SharePoint Online (but not the on-premises version). I covered the initial news on this topic last year and took the chance at the Microsoft Ignite conference to find out had the functionality predicted then been realized in production....More
If you were planning for and awaiting the release of SharePoint 2016 for later this year you will need to readjust that expectation as Microsoft has announced a delay in the latest version of the on-premises server that was originally planned for later this year....More
It was gratifying to receive so many session submissions for IT/DEV Connections 2015, which takes place at the Aria Hotel in Las Vegas on September 14-17. As you might know, this year the conference is organized around a set of tracks that we think match the interests of attendees, with "Enterprise Collaboration" being the track of most interest to those looking for Exchange and Office 365 content....More
Total Running Time: 199 minutes
SharePoint's business intelligence workload has significantly improved in SharePoint 2013. But with that comes complication in managing and supporting the BI infrastructure.
Learn how your users can benefit from Microsoft's latest reporting technologies and how you can better manage the challenges of BI and SharePoint....More
Presented by: Liam Cleary | Running Time: 62 minutes
The web components of SharePoint make up what you as the end user see and interact with. In order to make this function as expected there are many layers of endpoints such as web services that need to be exposed. Too often these are left for anyone to see. Often security has been applied incorrectly and users are allowed to access content that they shouldn't be able to or need to access. In this session we will review core security approaches and learn how to check that security is done correctly....More