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Office 365 Security & Compliance

In meeting with customers I’ve found a strange split in the way people approach security with Office 365. Companies that historically have a culture that puts security front and center seem to feel using Office 365 sacrifices some control of security. Customers who have been less focused on security are often relieved that, at first blush, Office 365 doesn’t present a lot of security options they need to worry about. Accounts? Check. Passwords? Check. Groups and security settings that are mostly familiar from AD, Exchange, and SharePoint? Check, check and check, we are ready to get to work. The truth of it is that both of these takes on online security have some validity.

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Save Your SharePoint Online Public Site from the Chopping Block

If you’re like me and have one or more SharePoint Online public sites, you may or may not be aware that they’re currently on the chopping block! In this post, I describe what’s going to happen, and I also cover the process you can follow to extend the life of your SPO public site for another year.

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5 Things SharePoint Client Side Developers Should Stop Doing Immediately (5/5)

…in order to prepare for Modern sites, pages, and the SharePoint mobile application.

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5 Things SharePoint Client Side Developers Should Stop Doing Immediately (4/5)

…in order to prepare for Modern sites, pages, and the SharePoint mobile application.

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5 Things SharePoint Client Side Developers Should Stop Doing Immediately (3/5)

…in order to prepare for Modern sites, pages, and the SharePoint mobile application.

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SharePoint and the Things We Love to Hate About It

Any of you that have been working with SharePoint for any length of time knows that she has some personality quirks. Many times when we or our coworkers encounter one of these quirks and ask the question, “Why is this happening?”. The response is almost always, “Because it’s SharePoint.”  

If you tuned into my webinar on Valentine’s Day (Yay, I’m so glad you did!), you got to hear a few of us talk about those things which we love to hate about SharePoint. If you missed the live webinar or just want to relive it, simply follow the image below!

 

We also discussed the ways we work with, around, or just plain cope with these quirks and features. If you didn’t attend the webinar (insert sad face here) don’t fret, I’m going to recap and expand a bit on what we discussed.  

In the webinar we hit on the following things:

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