What is a Document Set?
A SharePoint Document Set is basically a hybrid between a standard folder and a list item. Document sets allow you to group documents together within a folder and at the same time associate them with metadata, workflows and other SharePoint miscellanea.
There are hundreds of SharePoint blogs out there. How do you decide which ones to follow, read and where to become an active user?
Yes, there are links to pre-set RSS feeds that aggregate blogs according to someone’s priorities and areas of interest, but still, that doesn’t necessarily fit your needs. Moreover, you will still need to go through the RSS feed and choose the ones that you do want to follow more thoroughly.
A major selling point of the paperless office from enterprise IT’s perspective was that it would reduce costs while making employees more efficient and more productive. Digitized work would get things done quicker and save time posting letters or finding folders stored in filing cabinets. There’s little doubt that IT has made many improvements to the way we work, yet when it comes to day to day workflows, it has sometimes ended up making things more complicated. Particularly when it comes to email.
This is the last post in the series, “The Top 25 Office 365 Influencers Speak Out” – live interviews from the #MSIgnite Conference in Chicago.
This time: Chris McNulty, CTO at Cryptzone, Microsoft MVP, member of the Microsoft Partner Council, and #Office365Top25 influencer.
The full interview can be viewed below. You can also follow Chris at @cmcnulty2000
This post is part of the continuing series, “The Top 25 Office 365 Influencers Speak Out” – live interviews from the #MSIgnite Conference in Chicago.
Here we speak with Joel Oleson, Microsoft MVP and #Office365Top25 Influencer, on the main challenges and considerations of moving to the cloud. The full interview can be viewed below.
Joel is Director of Marketing and Product Strategy at Hershey Technologies. Follow him on Twitter @joeloleson.
Last month, Microsoft hosted this years’ WPC in Orlando, Florida. Now before we get into some of the key announcements, it’s worth taking some time to explain what the Microsoft WPC is all about.
As we move into the second half of 2015, let's take a look back at the highlights of what July held for the business world. From Microsoft’s WPC to a predicted boom in mobile data growth in the not so distant future, this month gave us some interesting announcements to get our teeth into. Want to let us know what you think? Leave a message in the comments section below.
I’ve been spending a little time digesting harmon.ie’s latest survey-based white paper about Office 365 trends. They surveyed dozens of Microsoft ecosystem partners to see how they are adapting to the challenges of the cloud. And, as trusted advisers, independent software vendors (ISVs) and systems integrators are often at the vanguard of Office 365 trends.
The Ignite conference in May told us many things about how Microsoft sees the future of business computing. If you had to boil it all down to one key message, it would be that while there’s still a market for on-prem the future is very much in the cloud. This vision is evident when looking at some of Microsoft’s exciting new products such as Sway or Office 365 Groups (which we’ve spoken about previously).