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The aftermath of the Future of SharePoint event

“Awesome information overload” is the best way I could describe this event on this the sacred Star Wars holiday, May the 4th.  I haven’t been a part of the SharePoint community for the full lifecycle of SharePoint as some people have, but I have been involved in the product heavily since the launch of 2010.  Throughout the years since then, there have been releases and updates and of course the removal of broken updates.  Today was the Future of SharePoint event which was the launch of SharePoint Server 2016 and also a lot of many other great updates.

Drew Madelung by Drew Madelung

Helpful SharePoint URLs & Site Locations

Here is a list of helpful SharePoint URLs to keep handy when navigating to different site locations or need to access hidden lists.

Christian Urena by Christian Urena

The New Look of SharePoint Online Document Libraries

SharePoint Online rolls out a new user experience for Document Libraries. This new “look” comes with new, great features that make document libraries easier to work with.

Christian Urena by Christian Urena

Getting Started with Office 365 Video

Office 365 Video is an experience that has been available in Office 365 for well over a year now but it is something that I do not see many companies taking advantage of.

Drew Madelung by Drew Madelung

Introduction to SharePoint Lists

SharePoint offers many types of lists with different features and functionality. Read on to learn more about SharePoint Lists.

Christian Urena by Christian Urena

Introduction to SharePoint Libraries

SharePoint libraries are very important when it comes to collaboration and displaying information. What becomes more important is knowing how to properly use them and implement them within your sites. The goal is to understand the concept and keep content organized.

Christian Urena by Christian Urena

SharePoint Basics for Beginners

Want to learn SharePoint? No idea where to start? Here are a few basic topics to get you familiar with SharePoint.

Christian Urena by Christian Urena