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A New Business Model for SharePoint 2013

For starters, Microsoft provides the Office Store for licensed apps...App license categories for SharePoint based apps are Free Trial, Paid and Site (for Office apps, it’s Free, Trial and Paid)

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Security & Identity Management Considerations for Application Development in SharePoint 2013 & Office 365

Overview of App Authentication SharePoint 2013 app authentication is supported in CSOM as well as in REST API endpoints but is not supported for custom web services

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One day after Microsoft launches OneDrive to replace SkyDrive, Microsoft has announced plans to rebrand its Office Web Apps to Office online

This actually makes a lot of sense for Microsoft to do this as everything had become an "App" in true technical conversations. When speaking with the business side of a SharePoint 2013 or Office 365 Hybrid initiative (and even in Azure) you would have to detail what exactly an "App" was and with those users in organization's with previous experience in either SharePoint 2007 or SharePoint 2010 and Web Parts, with the ability to add an "App Part" to a Site site definitely can get confusing for end users and Power users alike

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Graphical Overview: Scalability Best Practices for a Hybrid SharePoint 2013 & Office 365 Environment

SharePoint Farm Resource Hierarchy SharePoint 2013 | Hybrid Office 365 Web App Resource Hierarchy Deployment Impact Examples - IIS Reset (EPC Group Example) Deployment Impact Examples- App Pool Reset (EPC Group Example) Maintenance Windows (Backup, code promotion, etc.) Understanding Isolation Modes in SharePoint 2013 & Office 365 Hybrid Deployments In SharePoint 2013: Each “customer” = one site collection under managed path Similar to today Each Web Application = one app pool Similar to today Each Web Application = one URL Similar to today Exception Process for Host Header named site collections (vanity URL’s) Along Side or in an Office 365 Hybrid Deployment: BYO Servers Leverage existing architecture Hybrid Considerations (Seamless SharePoint 2013 On-Prem \ Office 365 Cloud Search Integration) Scaling Web Front-ends and Understanding When to Scale App Scale and Tipping Points EPC Group’s Nationally Recognized Practice Areas EPC Group leading SharePoint , Office 365 , Infrastructure Design and Business Intelligence Practice areas continue to lead the way in providing our clients with the most up-to-date and relevant information that is tailored to their individual business and functional needs

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SharePoint 2013 Preview Summary - Managing Your Current SharePoint 2010 Initiative with 2013 in Mind

An app for SharePoint is a small, easy-to-use, stand-alone app that solves a specific end-user or business need. Site owners can discover and download apps for SharePoint from a public SharePoint Store or from their organization's internal App Catalog and install them on their SharePoint sites

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SharePoint and Multi-repository Content Governance in 2014

Here is our logic: First, there has been too much investment in customizing SharePoint On-Premise to easily migrate existing On-Premises SharePoint solutions into Office 365 and the App (Client Side Object or CSOM) Model

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Deep-Dive of SharePoint 2013 & Office 365 Proven Development Strategies

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

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SharePoint Aware

The other piece, the announcement that Office Web Apps run on the iPad, well, I’m still waiting

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SharePoint 2013 & Office 365 APIs: The Development Options for Accessing Data and Resources

APIs and Development Options for Data and Resources SharePoint 2013’s APIs allow apps, as well as other elements, to connect and integrate with SharePoint’s core features. The development team at EPC Group uses APIs, as shown in the image below, that provide apps their ability to view content or integrate with a workflow or even perform searches. For example, if you were developing an app for a business intelligence initiative, SharePoint 2013's APIs would allow your app to connect to SharePoint’s BCS and other elements in a secure manner to access specific data

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