SharePoint, Office 365 & Azure posts from the community

  • TIBCO DataSynapse launches its Cloud Adapter for autoscaling in Azure
    Since our launch of the TIBCO DataSynapse GridServer Engine image in the Azure Marketplace back in August, we have continued to pursue feature updates that improve the integration and experience of scheduling jobs and tasks into Azure. With the increased regulatory requirements of the Fundamental Review of the Trade Book (FRTB), having the ability to burst into Azure for the use of additional compute capacity… ... read more
    Source: Microsoft Azure BlogPublished on 2017-03-28By Matthew Thomson
  • How to publish, expire & promote internal announcements using SharePoint 2013/2016
    Have you ever wanted an easy way to make an internal announcement to your staff? Do you need the announcement to expire after a certain date? (There’s no point telling staff about the Christmas party in January!) Would you like your announcements to appear in prominent places, such as your Intranet home page? If you answered ‘yes’, then I am going to demonstrate how to create,… ... read more
    Source: Collab365 CommunityPublished on 2017-03-28By helen.jones
  • Top Office 365 Issues: Certificate errors on federated environments
    Since ADFS environments depend on certificates, it’s important to make sure they don’t expire and wreak havoc on your organization. Most major issues with ADFS occur due to the expiration of certificates. So if users start complaining that they can’t access their Office 365 resources, certificate expirations could definitely be to blame.  ... read more
    Source: GSXPublished on 2017-03-28
  • How Azure Security Center helps reveal a Cyberattack
    The Azure Security Center (ASC) analysts team reviews and investigates ASC alerts to gain insight into security incidents affecting Microsoft Azure customers, helping improve Azure Security alerts and detections. ASC helps customers keep pace with rapidly evolving threats by using advanced analytics and global threat intelligence. Although we have come a long way as far as cloud security is concerned, even today security factors are… ... read more
    Source: Microsoft Azure BlogPublished on 2017-03-28By Greg Cottingham
  • Up your SaaS application game
    Frustrated with ever-changing customer expectations? Yesterday’s investments losing steam as the market turns to the next shiny thing? How do you scale across cloud and mobile, stay on top of data and security, and ultimately sell successfully in a rapidly transforming landscape? Microsoft App Accelerate targets exactly these issues for application creators and ISVs (independent software vendors). Whatever type of solution your company delivers, the… ... read more
    Source: Microsoft Azure BlogPublished on 2017-03-28By Microsoft Azure
  • One-click disaster recovery of applications using Azure Site Recovery
    Disaster recovery is not only about replicating your virtual machines but also about end to end application recovery that is tested multiple times, error free, and stress free when disaster strikes, which are the Azure Site Recovery promises. If you have never seen your application run in Microsoft Azure, chances are that when a real disaster happens, the virtual machines may just boot, but your… ... read more
    Source: Microsoft Azure BlogPublished on 2017-03-28By Ruturaj Dhekane
  • Top X Things Needed To Make PowerApps Awesome for SharePoint
    While chatting about PowerApps recently, someone told me that I should always know my ‘top x’ things I want fixed, added, changed, etc. I can see where that might be handy to talk about with Microsoft, with other implementers, etc. It’s a quickly changing community and product and hey, they *are* listening. For PowerApps my current focus is on how it integrates with SharePoint. With… ... read more
    Source: Wesley PrestonPublished on 2017-03-28By wpreston
  • PowerApps – ‘List View’ Layouts For Our Data (part 2)
    In the last post we created a PowerApp app from scratch and connected to SharePoint list data. This post will talk about different ways of laying out the data on a PowerApps form (screen). This is EASY stuff. Hopefully you’ll think so too after seeing it. Coming from SharePoint into PowerApps, the default method is to use the ‘Create an app’ menu item (Microsoft… ... read more
    Source: Wesley PrestonPublished on 2017-03-28By wpreston
  • Visual Studio for Mac with Mikayla Hutchinson
    Visual Studio on a Mac! Carl and Richard talk to Mikayla Hutchinson who's been with Xamarin since the very beginning, about her work on the preview of Visual Studio for Mac. The product comes from MonoDevelop, which is Xamarin's IDE that runs in Windows, Mac and Linux. Mikayla talks about how Visual Studio for Mac focuses on both the client side of mobile devices and… ... read more
    Source: .Net RocksPublished on 2017-03-28By Carl Franklin
  • Never Underestimate the Power of Praising Your Employees
    We live in a world that is increasingly being measured at every click, every decision, every outcome – even within the tools we use to connect and praise our peers and employees. Praise and recognition are an important part of any collaboration platform. Of course, different users, teams, and business units are motivated in different ways. Having lived through a couple sales-centric organizations, I saw… ... read more
    Source: Christian BuckleyPublished on 2017-03-28By Christian Buckley
  • Deleting a Very Large SharePoint List
      I’ve complained about the 5000 item list threshold limit so many times, I’ve lost count. If you don’t believe me, you could read my posts here and  here and here and here. Today’s difficulty was caused by needing to delete a Very Large List. This isn’t just a Large List – it’s Very Large. The number of items is way over 5000 at almost… ... read more
    Source: Marc D AndersonPublished on 2017-03-27By Marc D Anderson
  • Status update on the latest DFFS BETA
    I have spent a lot of time last week and in the weekend trying to sort out some problems with “on-change rules” that surfaced in the last BETA version. Due to the changes in the “debug output”, it became clear that there were some issues that needed attention. The problem is related to using multiple rules on the same trigger – for example a multi… ... read more
    Source: AlexanderBautzPublished on 2017-03-27By Alexander Bautz
  • How to follow over 350 SharePoint & Office 365 bloggers in 30 seconds
    About 2 years ago I distinctly remember waking up to perform my regular morning ritual … checking for “updates” on my phone! I’d been doing the same thing day in, day out for what felt like an eternity and the process went something like this: The Morning Ritual Open Facebook, thumb down the feed to see what’s new. (I’d always start by checking family updates but then would… ... read more
    Source: Collab365 CommunityPublished on 2017-03-27By Mark Jones
  • Outsourcing IT – Why You Should Do It
    A popular trend among small to medium sized businesses is outsourcing IT. There’s a great reason too – it’s a cost effective way to get IT support that’s always perfect for your specific business. You could hire a dedicated IT technician, but what if you don’t have enough software and hardware to keep that person busy? Sometimes, it’s easier to simply outsource and get a… ... read more
    Source: DevSoft SolutionsPublished on 2017-03-27By Brad Shannon
  • SharePoint Server 2016 Outgoing Email and Exchange Receive Connectors
    There is currently a bug in SharePoint 2016 with regards to Outgoing Email and Exchange Receive Connectors. Prior to SharePoint 2016, generally no changes were required to send mail to a Receive Connector, but in SharePoint Server 2016, Microsoft switched to using the SmtpClient namespace for sending mail, and in doing so set UseDefaultCredentials to true. This means any Receive Connector which has an authentication mechanism… ... read more
    Source: Trevor SewardPublished on 2017-03-27By Trevor Seward
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