Overview of Office 365, SharePoint Online and My Data A major area of concern about Office 365 is the lack of understanding about how and where the data itself is stored and what proactive measures are being taken to ensure that your data is safe
It really is the proverbial elephant in the room for all ECM conversations, and with the move to the cloud provided by SharePoint Online (or SharePoint 365 as it is sometimes known) the conversation has become even more pointed
I agree that SharePoint Online has many challenges that the on-premise versions are able to achieve - what do you think Microsoft's future response will be on this?
To ensure a seamless experience across both on-premises and cloud-based environments, Workflow Manager integrates with the new SharePoint 2013 app model which enables workflows to reside in SharePoint 2013, Office 365 , SharePoint Online and Windows Azure
Security Governance Best Practices for SharePoint 2013 & Office 365 | SharePoint Online EPC Group understands that security has never been a hotter topic in IT, but in most cases, even though it is being discussed by members of the organization and dominates a good deal of technology news coverage, it is still often not properly addressed in many SharePoint deployments
Deep-Dive of Search in SharePoint 2013, Office 365 and SharePoint Online "From the Trenches" In this article, I will cover key service applications and services that power SharePoint 2013, Office 365 and SharePoint Online's search to enable your organization’s data to easily be found on-demand as well to enable the accuracy of your search results
Reviewing Metadata “Content Types” in SharePoint Server 2013 and Office 365 | SharePoint Online A content type is a reusable collection of settings and rules applied to a certain category of content in SharePoint and/or Office 365
Previous posts: Ensuring Microsoft Office 365 Administration Doesn’t Interfere with Productivity (part 1) ) While the next few considerations might seem like a second thought to veterans of SharePoint, those new to SharePoint Online will definitely benefit from the lessons learned by the community since 2001
When it comes to SharePoint in the Office 365 Cloud (referred to as SharePoint Online) it would appear that the biggest changes came with Microsoft’s go-to-market
SharePoint Online and SharePoint on-premise are not the same, more specifically and for the purpose of driving a more focused topic around this post: the support of integrations for SharePoint on-premise will not be (exactly) the same as those created for the Cloud version
So you have a very good and well established SharePoint application and all is going well but it is now 2013 and Microsoft have done again; they have gone out and release yet another version of Microsoft SharePoint which is SharePoint 2013. And now you feel the need to migrate your data to the...