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Microsoft Upgrades SharePoint Framework, Igloo and Lucidworks Partner, More News

Microsoft Upgrades SharePoint Framework, Igloo and Lucidworks Partner, More News

Microsoft continued to build momentum for this month's Ignite conference with yet another announcement — this time, an update to its SharePoint Framework that will make branding intranets easier using SharePoint Online customizations. The Sharepoint Framework was made generally available in February 2017. With it, developers and administrators can build

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Gartner’s Digital Meeting Room Leaders, Box Unifies Content Access, More News

Gartner's Digital Meeting Room Leaders, Box Unifies Content Access, More News

Digital meeting room solutions are where work gets done in the digital workplace and Cisco, Zoom, Microsoft and LogMeIn are all providing the top rooms for enterprises, according to Gartner’s recent Magic Quadrant For Meeting Rooms  (paywall).

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Change Managers: The Key to SharePoint and Office 365 Adoption

Change Managers: The Key to SharePoint and Office 365 Adoption

Successful SharePoint and Office 365 adoption is the result of gradual and sustainable organizational change. For any change process to reach its objectives, you'll need to go through a well-planned and implemented change management program. And for that to happen, you need to appoint effective change managers.

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Cloud Computing Security Woes, Phishers Target Office 365, More News

Cloud Computing Security Woes, Phishers Target Office 365, More News

Cloud computing became one of the principle enablers of the digital workplace following years of debate about its relative security. In a recent report, Gartner suggests those fears may be warranted. The report identified the top 10 emerging risks  (pdf) based on a survey of 110 senior executives in risk,

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The Evolution of the SharePoint Citizen Developer

The Evolution of the SharePoint Citizen Developer

SharePoint has a long, and at times, checkered, history with "citizen developers" who leverage out-of-the-box capability, Microsoft-provided tools, and third-party solutions to develop low or no-code productivity solutions for their organizations.  Historically, SharePoint was billed as a "Swiss-army-knife" platform, which organizations could shape and mold into whatever was needed.

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SharePoint 2019 Says Hello to 6 Features and Goodbye to 6 Others

SharePoint 2019 Says Hello to 6 Features and Goodbye to 6 Others

Earlier this year, Microsoft shared a sneak peek of some of the new features it intended to bring to SharePoint 2019. The launch of the new preview version last week contained many of those features, as well as a promise of more to come.

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Chris McNulty: The Digital Workplace Is About Progress, Not Perfection

Chris McNulty: The Digital Workplace Is About Progress, Not Perfection

Over the course of his career, Chris McNulty has lived and breathed Microsoft’s SharePoint collaboration software from a variety of vantage points: as a customer, a developer, a systems integrator, an author and, since October 2015, as a Microsoft employee.

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