SharePoint apps work very much like a mobile app would. SharePoint is your base functionality (i.e. your cell phone or tablet), and the app is downloaded from the SharePoint App Store and integrated within SharePoint
The SharePoint App model is immature As a precursor to a migration of SharePoint solutions to Office 365, many organizations are using the SharePoint App (or CSOM) model to build on-premise SharePoint 2013 Apps
Mike Ferrara gives a great overview of the new SharePoint App Model , so there’s no need to go into the details here
As part of a recent discussion over on SharePoint-Community.net we have been discussing how to use SharePoint to manage your internal communications. As it turns out there are a lot of features available to you. The list below was created on List.ly and was called '10 (+1) ways to use...
I think we can consider more Sharepoint app part to increase internal communication using 365appz SharePoint intranet
The new SharePoint app model, as shown in the first image below, has been designed in a distributed nature to support applications regardless of where they are hosted, as shown in the second image below, to ensure that SharePoint will be able adapt and evolve over time and scale with your business . You should utilizes the new SharePoint app model when your organization’s business or technical requirements require customization to support the following: Requires a full screen interfaces Entails the customization or the ribbon or menu actions Needs to be an app parts Requires workflows and/or remote event receivers Needs to pull in data from other systems Requires custom lists, fields or views Microsoft has also just recently the new Office 365 API Tools Preview which will open up the possibilities of not only integrating data but the ability to continue to streamline the security models and lower some of the fears and possibly realistic perceived risk regarding the storage of sensitive (PHI, PII, HIPAA, etc.) data within the cloud
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The fact that they don’t have to switch to SharePoint, or potentially copy the text from a partially complete email to paste into the new email the SharePoint app is going to open, is huge
Did you know that there is a SharePoint app for that?
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When it comes to storing documents in the modern world, all signs seem to point to “digital.” This point was recently underscored as a headline-making fire at a well-known document storage warehouse sent the message loud and clear: storing paper documents creates unnecessary risks, where...
Check out http://www.gscanonline.com and you'll see a Native SharePoint app that works for both On-Prem / Office 365 (you can even download a trial in the Office Store) and there's even a desktop version (GScan) that has integrative features to many ECMs, LOBs, etc