Newsletter – Episode 51

Episode 51 – February 5, 2016

news

cool pic Episode 082 on PowerApps with Chris McNulty – Office 365 Developer Podcast

In this episode, Jeremy Thake speaks to Chris McNulty on PowerApps.

cool pic Office 365 Advanced eDiscovery now enables export to third-party review apps

Here is the announcement of the new ability for customers to export eDiscovery data from their Office 365 tenant to third-party review applications. This new capability is in addition to the existing export capabilities already present in Office 365, which allow you to download the data directly to your local computer.

cool pic Support Ending for the .NET Framework 4, 4.5 and 4.5.1

Starting January 12, 2016 Microsoft will no longer provide security updates, technical support or hotfixes for .NET 4, 4.5, and 4.5.1 frameworks. Newer versions of products such as Exchange, Dynamics CRM, SharePoint, and Lync are based on the .NET 4 or .NET 4.5. Microsoft recommends you validate your deployment by updating .NET to .NET 4.5.2 in a QA/pre-production environment first before rolling this out to a production environment.

cool pic Yammer automatically added to Office 365 tenants

After significant security and compliance investments, Office 365 team announces that Yammer now meets Office 365’s industry leading compliance commitments. As a result, all Office 365 tenants with a subscription that includes Yammer, will gain the full benefits of Yammer, without any action required by administrators.

videos & presentations

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What’s new in SharePoint 2016 for IT Pros

This is a recording of a webinar given on January 21st by Vlad Catrinescu, Microsoft MVP, to help you prepare for the coming release of SharePoint 2016.

blogs & tutorials

Install and configure SharePoint Server 2016 Release Candidate

This is a pre-release documentation for SharePoint 2016 Release Candidate deployment.

What’s new in SharePoint 2016 Remote API Part 4 (Web)

In his blog post Steve Curran, SharePoint MVP, shares an overview of the changes to Remote API in SharePoint 2016. This is the 4th part in the series.

Is Microsoft abandoning the enterprise features of enterprise search?

Mikael Svenson shares his thoughts and concerns related to the evolution of search in SharePoint.

Responsive List Forms – Don’t panic it’s just a table

Stefan Bauer shows how to make SharePoint list forms responsive. Nice and simple!

Should you upgrade to SharePoint 2016, and when?

You should probably upgrade to SharePoint 2016 – at some point. But no need to consider it right away. Mikael Svenson provides you with a decision chart to help you when making the decision.

Build a SharePoint Add-In with Angular2 and TypeScript

Scott Hillier tells how to create a simple SharePoint add-in using Angular2 and TypeScript.

SharePoint 2016 Reaches RC Stage: What It Means for You

Unless you have been asleep for the past week, then you should have seen that SharePoint 2016 hit Release Candidate. Liam Cleary, Solution Architect, Microsoft MVP explains what that means and provides some useful related information.

SharePoint 2016 BETA Search – a first look under the hood

Nicki Borell made a first look into SharePoint 2016 BETA Search.

Office 365 Planner and Office 365 Groups combine to deliver lightweight task management

Microsoft has made Office 365 Planner, its new lightweight planning application for teams, available to Office 365 First Release tenants. There’s lots to like about Office 365 Planner, but some flaws make it less appealing than it might otherwise be.

How to Upgrade to the 2016 Version of Project Pro for Office 365

Project Pro for Office 365 is the subscription-based edition of Microsoft Project. It’s paid as a monthly service and can also be combined with a Project Online license to give you full capabilities of the online project and portfolio management (PPM) solution.

Tools

SharePwn_MSFModules

Metasploit modules to perform SharePoint misconfiguration exploitation.

Microsoft Team Unveils SharePoint Search Diagnostic Tool

Microsoft’s premier field engineers for search have produced a new tool to help organizations troubleshoot SharePoint Server search issues.

AutoSPInstaller

Updated version of automated SharePoint 2010/2013/2016 PowerShell-based installation script.

SharePoint 101 (Novice Level)

SharePoint How-To: Use Visual Studio to Construct an Add-in

Liam Cleary focused on understanding how to use Visual Studio and construct an Add-in.

upcoming events & webinars

Microsoft Ignite: September 26–30, 2016, Atlanta, GA

Microsoft Ignite gives you five days of hands-on learning, industry insights, and direct access to product experts—all in one place. Secure your spot now since registration is open!

ESPC16 Call for Speakers is now OPEN!

Be part of something truly special. Speak and engage with 1,500+ leading experts, IT Professionals, Developers and Business Decision Makers at Europe’s largest premier Office 365 and SharePoint Conference. With so many recent and upcoming exciting announcements and releases by Microsoft, 2016 will be a transformative year and we want you to share your knowledge, experience, thoughts and innovative solutions with the European SharePoint and Office 365 Community (ESPC) in Vienna this November!

IT Unity’s FREE Office 365 & SharePoint Conference

IT Unity’s FREE Office 365 & SharePoint Conference is scheduled for February 8-11, 2016. Follow the link and join it online!

People who worked on this episode

Have a good weekend!

The end!

Best regards,
Belarus SharePoint Community,
Newsletter Founders.

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