We take you through 10 best practices, considerations, and suggestions that can enrich your Microsoft Teams deployment and ensure both end-user adoption and engagement.
This week on Pi Day, March 14th, Microsoft announced that SharePoint Server 2016 has reached RTM (Release to Manufacturing). This new release of SharePoint Server brings with it new capabilities for users, IT pros and administrators. SharePoint 2016 also includes features for powering the next generation of hybrid capabilities. In addition, the cloud hybrid search for SharePoint Server 2013 and higher is also being made generally available, allowing on-premises and Office 365 content to be surfaced in a single search result. You can download the SharePoint Server 2016 RTM Trial now!
Microsoft will be presenting the SharePoint and OneDrive for Business vision and roadmap at The Future of SharePoint Event on May 4th, 2016. If you want to learn more, this event will give you a chance to learn about the future direction of the platform for both on-premises and in the cloud with Office 365. This even targets a broad audience for executives, IT pros, developers and SharePoint users.
Microsoft is releasing a lot of information regarding SharePoint Server 2016, just as they do with any new, major product release. Here’s a summary list of some of the available resources to learn more: