At Microsoft Tech Summt DC, I led a deep dive presentation on OneDrive for Business. A question that came up which I wanted to research more was around shared documents: if a shared document is moved or renamed, do the shared URLs continue to work? In SharePoint 2016, Microsoft added Durable Links, which enable users to share a document with the knowledge that moving or renaming it won’t break someone’s bookmarked link to it.
Recorded March 3, 2018, Jay Leask and Craig Jahnke continue the Cloud Series by diving into the importance of a proper readiness assessment when considering a move to the cloud. Primary categories of discussion included cloud viability for business and legacy applications, up-front and hidden costs, brand and type of cloud (such as brands, private vs multi-tenant, and data segregation options), governance, and migration preparedness.
This showed up in our inbox today for our Office 365 Tenant: Organization: ON THE SPOT We’re making it easier to share and join private teams in Microsoft Teams Major update: General Availability rollout started Applied to: All customers Starting March 23, 2018, private teams will be searchable in Microsoft Teams. This feature update will… Continue Reading →
In today’s On the SPOT News Brief, Jay Leask and Craig Jahnke introduce a new series of upcoming episodes around Security and Compliance in the Cloud. We know the cloud offers the combined resources and finances of hundreds of thousands of organizations, but why does that give it a chance to be more secure than your on premises infrastructure? And what considerations do you need to keep in mind when you plan your move? In the coming weeks we will dig into each of the topics discussed today.
During this episode, Craig took some time out of the SharePoint Saturday festivities to sit down with Sharon Weaver, VP of Operations at Focal Point Solutions, LLC. Sharon shares her introduction to the many uses of SharePoint (including Alerts back in 2003), her presentation on governance, and the importance of end-user training.
During this episode, Craig took some time out of the SharePoint Saturday festivities to sit down with Don Miller, Director of BA Insight. Craig and Don discuss Don’s journey in SharePoint, his presentation and the “Intelligent Intranet”, and what excites him about the collaboration ecosystem.
Recorded November 30, 2017, Jay Leask and Craig Jahnke journey from Microsoft’s announcement that Delve is Dead (or at least the functionality is going to be integrated elsewhere) to Amazon’s AI consulting program, from Apple’s “I am Root” issue to IoT child-proofing, until we end presenting a perspective on all the Net Neutrality “hype” that neither of us really agree with.
In today’s On the SPOT News Brief, Jay Leask and Craig Jahnke discuss Thanksgiving, SharePoint Saturday Chicago and MIcrosoft Teams, but mostly this is an introductory discussion on Net Neutrality and how the FCC’s recent announcement will effect your life.
In today’s On the SPOT News Brief, November 16, 2017, Jay Leask and Craig Jahnke discuss SPTechCon, Cognitive Services, Compliance and GDPR, Salesforce and Google, Kaspersky Software, and the great Redwood Forests.
This episode of On the SPOT, Community Edition, was recorded Monday, November 13, 2017 at SPTechCon, the SharePoint Technology Conference in Bethesda Maryland, right outside Washington DC.
During this episode, Jay sat down with D’arce Hess, founder and President of DH Consulting LLC. Jay and D’arce discuss the conference, the topics D’arce will be presenting on at the event, the importance of branding in SharePoint and Office 365, and how others can become involved in the SharePoint community.