Posts Tagged ‘Hybrid SharePoint’

Introducing Search for Dynamics

CRM -- search for dynamics

Last week we announced a new application, Search for Dynamics (you can read the announcement here).  Search for Dynamics plugs into the Dynamics UI and brings up relevant information using the search engine inside SharePoint and SharePoint Online.

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Predicting the Future

Predicting the future

It’s that time again. It’s become a bit of a tradition to lay out predictions for the coming year at the beginning of January.  For me, it’s a relatively recent tradition I started in 2015.  My predictions focus around search, digital workplaces, and market dynamics involving Microsoft.  This year I started by recording a podcast,…

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SharePoint 2016 Just Got A Whole Lot Less Ugly: Feature Pack 1

SharePoint 2016 Just Got A Whole Lot Less Ugly

Back in March I did an analysis of “the Good, the Bad, and the Ugly” of SharePoint 2016 (you can see our recorded webinar on this here).   This was just after the Release to Manufacturing (RTM) of SharePoint 2016. I went through it in four areas: Infrastructure, User Experience, Compliance, and Hybrid.   There was a lot…

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External Content in O365 – New Offerings

Under the Hood

In my last blog article, I outlined how to use our connectors with Microsoft’s new Cloud SSA to get external content into a consolidated index hosted in O365. This way you can field Intranets and Portals that provide easy access to everything employees, partners or customers need.

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Search External Content with Hybrid SharePoint

On average, only 28% of the information that workers need resides in SharePoint or O365. The majority is spread across multiple line-of-business systems both on-premises and in the cloud. Intranets and Portals are expected to provide easy access to everything employees, partners or customers need – so what to do?  Moving it all to O365…

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The Many Faces of Microsoft Search

The Ignite Conference last week was exhilarating. There is a torrent of new, great content, with 950 sessions including 635 full breakouts – and all of it is freely available on Channel 9 (or will be by the time you read this). I’m still working my way through the 103 sessions I marked as “must…

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Hybrid Everywhere

It seems that hybrid is everywhere these days. As I write this, SPTechCon is happening in Austin Arpan Shah of Microsoft just did a keynote in which he emphasized successful hybrid scenarios in which people are unaware where documents or data are being stored. Hybrid was featured in sessions by my friends Christina Wheeler,…

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Jeff Fried’s Top 10 Predictions for 2015

This is the traditional time of year for us ‘experts’ to look ahead and make predictions, as well as look back on whether last year’s predictions were on track or not. I’m new to this habit, so I can’t report on whether my crystal ball has been working or not….but no time to start like…

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