The Garage Series for Office 365: Achieving the ‘impossible’ to extend SharePoint using the new app model

Some developers may say that full trust code is required to do things in SharePoint like branding OneDrive for Business sites, building people pickers or timer jobs. This week Jeremy Chapman and Richard diZerega return to the city known for making the impossible possible – Las Vegas – to see if there are ways to build out these common developer requests in SharePoint using the new app model. Last week…


Transforming work, transforming Office

Our customers have always counted on the Office family – SharePoint, Exchange, Lync, Yammer, Office and Office 365 – to deliver exceptional experiences that enable individuals and organizations be more productive.  As we head toward the SharePoint Conference (SPC) and the Exchange Conference (MEC), I couldn’t be more excited to engage directly with so many of our customers and partners about how we take our productivity vision forward. I always…

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Customer-delivered presentations at the SharePoint Conference 2014

With a little less than a month to go, let us give you a valuable reason to attend SharePoint Conference 2014 (SPC14) – the Customer Showcase track. This track features a variety of sessions that grant you firsthand insight – to hear direct from real customers about their decisions, experiences and use cases with SharePoint 2013 on-premises, SharePoint Online in Office 365 and Yammer.


Update on InfoPath and SharePoint Forms

Editor’s Note: As part of the update shared around the Evolution of SharePoint and the next SharePoint Server on-premises release, we are also updating the timelines for removal of InfoPath Forms Services components of SharePoint and SharePoint Online. Specifically, InfoPath Forms Services will be included in the next on-premises release of SharePoint Server 2016, as well as being fully supported in Office 365 until further notice. Customers will be able to confidently migrate to SharePoint Server 2016 knowing that their InfoPath…