Newsletter – Episode 63

Episode 63 – May 10, 2016

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cool pic The Future of SharePoint

At Future of SharePoint event in San Francisco, SharePoint Team unveiled a new cloud-first, mobile-first vision and roadmap for SharePoint, along with innovations that empower people, teams and organizations to intelligently discover, share and collaborate on content from anywhere and on any device.

cool pic With New Enhancements, Microsoft Partners Declare SharePoint Is Roaring Back

Read this Redmond magazine article about all SharePoint enhancements Microsoft has recently unveiled at the "Future of SharePoint" event in San Francisco.

cool pic The SharePoint Framework — an open and connected platform

SharePoint Team has announced the SharePoint Framework — a Page and Part model that enables fully supported client-side development, easy integration with the Microsoft Graph and support for open source tooling.

cool pic SharePoint — the mobile and intelligent intranet

This post covers all the intranet related announcements from the latest Future of SharePoint event.

cool pic Sharepoint is going mobile this year with a new app

Microsoft has announced new mobile experiences for SharePoint and OneDrive that are rolling out over the course of 2016.

cool pic Intune Service Health is now available in the Office 365 portal

Office 365 team is already migrating Intune subscription management into the Office 365 management portal. They are also migrating Service Health dashboard into the Office 365 management portal.

cool pic Announcing simple and powerful file sharing and collaboration for Office 365

Effectively managing and sharing files is critical to almost every organization. a bold new vision for file management in Office 365 across OneDrive for Business and SharePoint Online was announced, and new ways for you to share and collaborate on all your files on any device.

cool pic Office Online Server now available

Microsoft has announced the release of Office Online Server (OOS), which allows organizations to deliver browser-based versions of Word, PowerPoint, Excel and OneNote, among other capabilities.

cool pic Power to the people: introducing Microsoft Flow and announcing the public preview of PowerApps

Microsoft team is excited to make two important announcements: the introduction of Microsoft Flow and the public preview of Microsoft PowerApps.

videos & presentations

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Future of SharePoint

As part the Future of SharePoint event, Microsoft Mechanics team created exclusive demos from the engineers behind new and upcoming capabilities. Check out the playlist for demos on these SharePoint topics: SharePoint Server 2016, the SharePoint mobile app, security and compliance, the intelligent intranet, and more.

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Manage Domains and Network Requirements in Office 365

If your job requires you to manage custom domains in Office 365, this course can definitely help! Find out what to plan, from a network perspective, and how to manage your client applications, including Office 365 ProPlus.

blogs & tutorials

SharePoint Server 2016 — your foundation for the future

SharePoint Team pleased to announce general availability of SharePoint Server 2016, which provides SharePoint customers a foundation for modern, intelligent intranets and content collaboration.

What you should learn to prepare for developing solutions on the SharePoint Framework

Microsoft has just announced the SharePoint Framework – a new model for building SharePoint solutions. And although you can’t start building solutions using it just yet, there are quite a few things that you can start learning today to be prepared when the new framework becomes available.

Introducing the SharePoint Framework — the new developer experience for SharePoint

In this post Tobias Zimmergren shares his ideas about the new SharePoint Framework, and how it will benefit SharePoint users and customers.

SharePoint’s Roadmap: See What’s Coming

A sum up of the latest features announced for SharePoint by Benjamin Niaulin.

Web Parts are back at the center of SharePoint development

Wictor Wilen’s thoughts on the new SharePoint Framework model.

Everything you need to know about the SharePoint Framework

The post by Waldek Mastykarz on the SharePoint Framework.

SharePoint entering 2016 style of web development with the introduction of SharePoint Framework

Mikael Svenson’s vision on the introduction of the SharePoint Framework.

Create a cool CRM for SharePoint and Office 365 with Add-Ins

In this post you will find a high-level view of how to create a CRM using SharePoint or Office 365 Add-Ins and also why these are good tools to do the job.

SharePoint MythBusters: Top 5 Misconceptions of the Platform

In this article Sergey Golubenko talks about the most common SharePoint myths you should break to avoid wrong expectations about the platform when starting your own project.

How Much Does a SharePoint High Speed Migration Cost?

Here you will find a sampling of azure pricing for a migration, and the numbers in it are quite surprising.

How to embed PowerBI in a SharePoint site

Currently there is no out-of-the-box web part to display a PowerBI report in a SharePoint site. Here is how to do this with a provider hosted add-in!

How to Get the Time Zone in SharePoint Online Using JSOM

This post shows how to get the time zone from a user profile and from web’s regional settings using JavaScript.

Tools

SharePoint Patchify

SharePoint Patchify – centralized tool to apply CU patch to entire farm from one console.

People who worked on this episode

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Belarus SharePoint Community,
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