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A recent post on the always excellent www.sharepointnutsandbolts.com blog raised the issue of the time it takes for new search crawls to update on Office 365.
When Microsoft launched SkyDrive Pro there was a lot of confusion over the service and what it actually offered. This mainly came from the fact the Microsoft already offered something called 'SkyDrive' (with no 'Pro').
One of the less well known features of Office 365 and SharePoint Online is the ability to quickly create a public facing website. Users with Office 365 Enterprise accounts can create simple brochure or marketing sites accessible by anyone on the web.
My name is Jamie Sauvarin, and I have recently been crowned Microsoft's Apprentice of the year! Let me tell you a little bit more about myself and what I do here at BrightStarr. Firstly, a bit of information on the Microsoft Apprenticeship program.
BrightStarr strongly believe that only by getting hands on with products and technologies can users really start to understand the many features and benefits they have to offer.
Microsoft recently released a little bit more information about it's Office 365 / Yammer roadmap. The roadmap is a list of activities for bringing the two products together, devised after Microsoft bought Yammer for $1.2 billion in June 2012.
Microsoft announced a new SkyDrive Pro desktop client for Windows. This is a stand-alone desktop application that allows users of SharePoint 2013 (offline or online as part of Office 365) to sync their files to their local machine for offline access.
If you are thinking about using SharePoint for Web Content Management (WCM) or Customer Experience Management (CXM) here are my top three points to consider to ensure your project is a success: