Basics

Onsite vs. cloud: How backup rules have changed

Would you be able to instantly provide a full record of your users’ activities across your IT systems? Would you be able to provide an auditor with detailed proof of where and how your customers’ private details are stored? And are you able to track suspicious activity within your SharePoint environment?

Did you know that file size limits will increase from 2GB to 10GB in SharePoint 2016. What does this mean to you.

Today’s IT world is in the middle of a “cloud rush” companies are either thinking about, preparing for, or already benefitting from their move to cloud collaboration environments. The reduction in infrastructure needs, maintenance, and costs are extremely enticing and add immediate business value. After assisting a number of companies through their cloud adoption journey, it is clear to me that there are three major pain points that impact companies in Office 365.

In preparation for the Collab365 Summer Games I sat down with four SharePoint MVPs who have been 'SharePointing' for over a decade. We took a trip down memory lane, looking back to our very first moments, and discussed few areas we discovered through trial and error. While a lot has changed and improved in SharePoint, we imagined a scenario where we could talk to our starting SharePoint or Office 365 self to share these secrets for all those who continually work with these technologies or are just getting started.

As the Product Manager for the Replicator product, I’m excited to write about the release of version 7.1. It was a great experience learning from our solution engineers, developers and customers about all of the capabilities within Replicator. One consistent message from all my teachers was that replication/synchronization of SharePoint content isn’t a simple thing, and that there’s a lot that goes into monitoring the flow of content from one location to the next.

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