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What is PowerApps?

It’s not lost of me that my first article on PowerApps on this blog is 2 and half years after i started Evros Labs …. But hey…the market is now only being made….so maybe this will have a wider audience that if i posted it in 2018 ūüôā

So let’s walk through what is PowerApps …..

Power apps: All you need to know about it

When you start something new, you are curious to know everything at once. When it comes to IT, everyone starts using it without having a look at proper documentation. No doubt every app has its useful guideline documentation, similarly with the PowerApps.

PowerApp is a suite of services that provide you an excellent platform to develop applications according to your business requirements.

Don’t worry if you are stuck at any point in using the PowerApps. We are here to help you with proper guidelines.

Follow the below-mentioned steps, so you have a better experience with PowerApps.

Templates

Go to the PowerApp portal and click “Create the page.” You will have many tiles where the top three are for creating, and the remaining are all ready to go. By clicking, you can use them according to your requirement. You can edit them and review the entire app function, control, structure to learn the PowerApp.

Controls and properties

You can use several controls ranging from text inputs to timer set/ take a few minutes and discover all the powers of PowerApps. All the tools are under the insert bar. Some controls are complicated, but you can do it by gathering some information from labels. You have a variety of ways to use these controls and add features to your content.

Functions

Having interaction with a user is excellent. But what if you have any errors during the conversation. So you are not able to do anything without having logic in your app. So here, PowerApps functions help you.

There are around 150 functions in PowerApps. Every part has documentation with a complete note and user examples. So you can check those according to your requirement.

Connectors

PowerApps are not powerful by its own, but it has the interaction with several other platforms. So you can use a variety of other services. It has 230 connectors, which provide great flexibility and assistance. Dome of them deserves to have special attention as they improve PowerApps extendibility. These include Power BI, office 265, and many more.

Data storage

It is good to store documents and tables, but you may face difficulties if you want to keep tables with relationship models. You choose many places to store your data, like OneDrive, SharePoint, and other common databases.

Advanced Settings

Some hidden options help you to use PowerApps more effectively. If you are an app maker, you can turn them on. Go to file, then app settings, and turn on advanced settings. You will get fantastic functionality features like reusable components, PowerUsers community Gallery, theme editor, phone to tablet layout converter, app merger, dialog boxes, and many more available options.

Community

When you are in a situation where you spend maximum time on your project, you are not in the middle. So it would be best if you controlled your time management as it is an essential fact. PowerApps help you by offering berserker mode.

Here is the procedure to do:

  • Estimate your task or app time in hours
  • Create checkpoints at different intervals
  • Define what you need to complete in a particular checkpoint
  • There is a mismatch in your expectations and reality, so take help from PowerApps.

Practice makes you perfect.

It is a universal fact that practice makes you perfect. And for the app developers, it’s best to practice more and become an expert in your skill. No knowledge will give you experience instead of practice. So use PowerApps frequently.

I hope this guide helps you use PowerApps, and you will have a better experience dealing with them.

Get Upskilled this month here – Power Apps Virtual Training

NEW “Major Updates” Feature!

“Major Updates” is a new feature Microsoft is adding to the Office 365 Message centre. This is now rolled out to 100% of First Release organizations.
Major Updates to the Office 365 services require administrator attention. They impact the way users engage with the software, and Office 365 customers need to be aware of the plans, the general timing and have control to ensure that information is protected.
Quick Snapshot of the Update is below…
In the weeks following MSIgnite, the Message Center communications – web UI, weekly digest, and new emails – will flag “Major Updates” so that admins can receive email notifications and know how long that capability will be in First Release before reaching Standard Release. During First Release (soon to be renamed Targeted Release), the capability will be enabled for any tenant or user set to First Release, and tenant admins can configure or disable the feature.
Settings that are applied during First Release carry forward to Standard Release so that you can comfortably prepare for new releases. For organizations that want to allow the evergreen service to update seamlessly, no action is required, and Major Update emails can be disabled.
This is now rolled out to First Release customers. Microsoft will begin rolling out to the rest of the world beginning in November.
This has administrative controls to enable and disable, the email notifications, and will be available when Microsoft rolls out major updates. Email notifications are on-by-default.
Credit: Microsoft Message Centre.

Let’s Hear Directly from MS on this one….. I’ve cut it to the point where Anne Michels shows you the three methods of Major Updates communication.

 

Stay tuned for more updates….

Simplified secure external sharing

Microsoft is updating how secure external sharing works in OneDrive for Business and SharePoint Online.They’ll begin rolling this feature out in the next few days.

How does this affect you?

If your OneDrive and SharePoint Online external sharing settings are set to allow sharing with new external users, new external users (that have a file or folder securely shared with them) will be able to access the content without needing an Office 365 account or a Microsoft account. Instead, recipients who are outside of your organization will be sent an email message with a time-limited, single-use verification code when they access the file or folder. By entering the verification code, the user proves ownership of the email account to which the secure link was sent. Securely sharing a file or folder is the process of sharing in a way where recipients must prove that

Instead, recipients who are outside of your organization will be sent an email message with a time-limited, single-use verification code when they access the file or folder. By entering the verification code, the user proves ownership of the email account to which the secure link was sent. Securely sharing a file or folder is the process of sharing in a way where recipients must prove that

Instead, recipients who are outside of your organization will be sent an email message with a time-limited, single-use verification code when they access the file or folder. By entering the verification code, the user proves ownership of the email account to which the secure link was sent. Securely sharing a file or folder is the process of sharing in a way where recipients must prove that they’ve intended recipients that the original sharer specified. End-users can do this in the same way that they already do. (by changing the link settings to only work for specific people in the Share

End-users can do this in the same way that they already do. (by changing the link settings to only work for specific people in the Share dialogue).

Microsoft is also introducing a new admin control which will allow you to specify how often external recipients must re-verify their email address and enter a new code. This protects your organization from cases where an external recipient‚Äôs employment status changes. Because recipients must prove ownership of the email a link was secured to, this update removes the ‚ÄúExternal users must accept sharing invitations using the same account that the invitations were sent to‚ÄĚ setting from the OneDrive admin

It remains in the SharePoint Online admin centre, but it will only affect external sharing of items other than files and folders (for example, SharePoint sites). When securely sharing files and folders in OneDrive or SharePoint, recipients must always prove that they own the email that a link was secured to. As a reminder, creating secure links that only work for specific people is now the way to share externally. If your admin controls allow it, it is also possible to create shareable links that work for anyone with the link. Those links can be opened without having to go through any additional process. This will be gradually rolling this out to First Release customers in early October, and the rollout will be completed by the end of December.

What do you need to do to prepare for this change?

If you have auditing enabled and run queries to build external sharing reports based off of auditing data, you’ll need to make changes to your queries to capture newly securely shared files and folders.

 

Source: MS Admin Centre

 

Key Announcements @MSIgnite – Day 3

 

Office 365 Usage Analytics

Microsoft launched a preview of¬†Power BI content pack for Office 365¬†in May 2017. The content pack is due for general availability in early 2018. When this happens, it will support usage data for Teams (Figure 2) in a new focus on how social collaboration occurs within a tenant. At the same time, Microsoft is renaming the content pack to ‚ÄúOffice 365 Usage Analytics‚ÄĚ to better reflect what it does. The content pack is available to all Office 365 business tenants.

Teams Usage

2019 servers and office 2019 landing next year:

Today at Ignite, Microsoft announced the next on-premises version of its productivity suite called Office 2019. This is a perpetual release of Office and for those who are not using Office 365, this will come as a welcomed announcement.

This version of Office will be released in the second half of 2018 and it includes Office apps (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook) and servers (including Exchange, SharePoint, and Skype for Business). If you are wanting to test these new updates, you will have to wait until the middle of 2018 for the preview to begin.

Microsoft isn’t saying exactly what is new but is instead using broad terms like adding new IT capabilities for customers who are not already using cloud services along with inking updates and enhancements to Excel. For anyone using Office 365, none of these features will be new to you as Microsoft frequently updates that platform with new tools.

The bigger announcement here is that with this release, provided Microsoft sticks to its traditional support cycle, means that there will be an on-premises version of Office until 2029. But, I wouldn’t be surprised if this is the last version of this software for on-premises users as Microsoft is heavily pushing all users towards the cloud.

Several years ago, a new version of Office would be a huge release for Microsoft but with cloud services, on-premises users will be catching up to what Office 365 customers are using today. That being said, I know that not everyone wants to use Office 365 because of the licensing requirements and for those users, this will be a modest update.

Health Notifications

Microsoft posts information about service health issues in the Office 365 Admin Center. However, they know that it is all too easy for an administrator to miss out an important notification (the Office 365 Admin mobile app is a good way to keep an eye on incidents when you’re on the go).

To improve matters, you will be able to sign up to receive email notifications when service health degrades. You can opt-in for the preview by sending email to shdpreviewsignup@service.microsoft.com.

 

New Usage Reports

Microsoft is naturally keen that tenants understand how much use people make of different Office 365 applications and includes usage reports for Exchange, SharePoint, OneDrive for Business, and Yammer in the Reports section of the Office 365 Admin Center. Microsoft Teams is a relatively new kid on the block, but when Microsoft announced external access for Teams, they said that 125,000 Office 365 tenants now use the technology. A new usage report for Teams is coming, which will tell you the activity in channel conversations, private chats, meetings, and calls. You can expect to see the Teams reports in about two weeks.

Available now is the ability to assign a new reports reader role so that people can access Office 365 reports without having administrator permissions (Figure 1). This is a welcome step forward. Users with the report reader role can access Office 365 reports (all of them ‚Äď no filtering is available) and the data used for the Office 365 Power BI content pack (see below).

Office 365 Reports Reader

Microsoft has deprecated the old reporting API used by ISVs for programmatic access to report data for tenants. In its place, we now have the Microsoft Graph-based API for Office 365 reports, which has been in preview since March. Today, data is returned in CSV format and a second update due later this year will output JSON data. Holders of the new reports reader role can access information returned by the API, which means that ISVs can pick up the role and use it in their products.

SharePoint Sites in TEAMS !!!!

Credit: Mark Kashman: At Ignite 2017, MS announced numerous innovations to SharePoint that help you work better together, to provide consistent access to content from across Office 365, the ability to see how sites and content are being used, plus new admin capabilities to provide consistency across sites ‚Äď all brought to the user on their device of choice via updates to the SharePoint mobile apps.

At Ignite 2017, MS announced numerous innovations to SharePoint that help you work better together, to provide consistent access to content from across Office 365, the ability to see how sites and content are being used, plus new admin capabilities to provide consistency across sites ‚Äď all brought to the user on their device of choice via updates to the SharePoint mobile apps.

At work, it is important for every team member to streamline efforts and stay on the same page, especially when they are on the go. SharePoint team sites provide a central location to manage team files, input and connect to important data, and share the timely news. And with insight into what drives the most engagement and value, people can course correct and optimize for greatest impact.

SharePoint team sites are tightly integrated with Office 365 Groups and associated applications.SharePoint team sites are tightly integrated with Office 365 Groups and associated applications. Let’s dive into the details.

Every group will have a unique approach to how they work and what works best. Some will be email-centric, some files-centric and some oriented around chat. And because all groups in Office 365 are backed by SharePoint team sites, all content resides in a content service (SharePoint) that is easy to bring into a discussion, to share and to access.

View SharePoint pages and news articles within Microsoft Teams.

Microsoft Teams is the hub for teamwork where groups that actively engage and are working on core projects can connect and collaborate. And in conjunction with SharePoint, groups keep content at the centre of teamwork, making files, sites and all types of content easily shareable and accessible across teams. Beyond files stored in SharePoint document libraries, now you can access the dynamic, data-driven pages and news articles and surface them right in the context of your work in Microsoft Teams.

It is now possible to manually add an important page or news article as a unique tab in a Microsoft Teams channel. The page itself lives in the appropriate SharePoint site and is surfaced in context where it needs to be a part of the chat. Simply select your page, choose if you want to post to a channel about this page, and click Save.

SharePoint pages and news can easily be added as unique tabs within Microsoft Teams.SharePoint pages and news can easily be added as unique tabs within Microsoft Teams.

If there is a more consistent need for an always-on connection to all published team news, it’s possible to connect all news articles to appear as unique threads within the default channel chat experience.

You can connect SharePoint team news to automatically start new chat threads per news item each time one is created from SharePoint team sites.

SharePoint Filters Pane

The SharePoint Filters Pane is becoming your new Metadata Navigation!

Predictive Indexing

New Predictive Indexing to remove those limits in SharePoint libraries ….

Predictive Indexing

Key Announcements at MS Ignite

Some other key announcements:

The Evolution Of Microsoft Teams 

Microsoft announced that its vision for workplace communications will see the Microsoft Teams collaboration app replacing Skype for Business in Office 365 “over time” (no specific time-frame was shared). Teams¬†is¬†now getting new calling features such as call transfer, voicemail and calling to and from external phone numbers. Meanwhile, Skype — which powers much of the existing communications in Teams — is getting¬†enhanced¬†infrastructure for improved quality of voice and video communications, Microsoft said.

Advanced Threat Protection Enhancements

Microsoft said that Office 365 will be getting improvements to its Advanced Threat Protection (ATP) capabilities, through new features to combat phishing, impersonation and domain spoofing. Windows Defender ATP will also now have capabilities to fix certain security issues, rather than just alert users about them. And Azure ATP, which is going into limited preview, will offer enhancements to improve the speed of security incident investigation, Microsoft said.

New Azure Services Launching

Following the acquisition of¬†Cloudyn earlier this year, Microsoft said it will be making Azure Cost Management services — for optimizing cloud spending — available to customers and partners for free through next June. Microsoft also announced the general availability of SQL Server on Linux,¬†Windows¬†and Docker, as well as the availability of data migration services for¬†movement of on-premise SQL Server databases to an Azure SQL database. Meanwhile, Microsoft said that Azure Stack, the company’s hybrid cloud platform, is now shipping from initial hardware partners¬†HPE, Dell EMC and Lenovo.

Azure Machine Learning And Database Updates

Microsoft announced a preview of upcoming Azure Machine Learning updates, aimed at improving the platform for use by data scientists and artificial-intelligence software developers. The updates will include new tools for development of machine-learning models that make use of major open-source technologies.

In addition, Microsoft announced an integration of the Azure CosmosDB database service with the Azure Functions server-less platform, which is aimed at enabling quick software development in response to data from IoT sensors and other sources.

Microsoft 365 F1

Another new version of Microsoft’s software bundle is Microsoft 365¬†F1, which is targeted for “firs-tline¬†workers” such as sales associates and customer service employees. The suite will include a version of Office 365 tailored to the first-line worker user base (called Office 365¬†F1), as well as¬†Windows 10 updates targeted to¬†first-line¬†workers, such as improvements to remote device management. The bundle will also feature enhancements to the Microsoft¬†StaffHub¬†app, used by¬†first-line¬†workers to manage their schedules.

In addition, Microsoft disclosed that entry-level Windows devices are planned for release that are also aimed at first-line workers. HP, Lenovo and Acer are among the manufacturers that will be producing the devices, which will run Windows 10S and be priced starting at $275. They will include the HP Stream 14 Pro, available in October, and the Lenovo v330, available in February.

Microsoft 365 For Education

Following the July debut of a commercial suite of Microsoft’s software, dubbed Microsoft 365, the company is using Ignite to announce a version tailored for the education market. Microsoft 365 brings together productivity applications (Office 365) along with Windows 10, device management and security into a single solution. Microsoft 365 For Education is the third version of the suite — joining the company’s enterprise and¬†SMB¬†versions — and will differ in a few¬†ways. The suite will include Office 365 for Education and will bundle in¬†Minecraft: Education Edition, along with enterprise mobility and security capabilities.

Microsoft Cognitive Services Updates

Microsoft said that its collection of APIs for AI capabilities, Cognitive Services, has received some enhancements that developers should find useful. A new text analytics service for language processing is now generally available, the company said. The service offers features such as extraction of key phrases and language detection. Meanwhile, improved search capabilities available as part of Cognitive Services are coming in October, with the introduction of Bing Custom Search and Bing Search v7, Microsoft said.

Dynamics 365 Updates

Microsoft announced updates to its Dynamics 365 suite that aim to make the cloud CRM and ERP system more flexible. The company said it wants users to be able to move into Dynamics 365 gradually if they prefer, and so the firm is debuting “modular apps” that offer limited slices of functionality inside the platform. The Attract modular app will focus on helping users to recruit qualified job candidates, while the Onboard modular app will offer personalized¬†on-boarding for new employees. Attract and Recruit will be available within the Dynamics 365 for Talent workforce solution “later this year,” Microsoft said.

 

Credit: CRN

Does your business still use SharePoint 2007 – Here is all you need to know.

SharePoint Server 2007 End of Life Roadmap

On¬†October 10, 2017, Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 will reach End of Life. If you haven’t begun your migration from SharePoint Server 2007 to Office 365 or a newer version of SharePoint Server on-premises, now’s the time to start planning. This article details resources to help people migrate data to SharePoint Online, or upgrade your SharePoint Server on-premises.

What does End of Life mean?

SharePoint Server, like almost all Microsoft products, has a support lifecycle during which we provide new features, bug fixes, security fixes, and so on. This lifecycle typically lasts for 10 years from the date of the product’s initial release, and the end of this life cycle is known as the product’s End of Life. At End of Life, Microsoft no longer provides:.

  • Technical support for problems that may occur;
  • Bug fixes for issues that are discovered and that may impact the stability and usability of the server;
  • Security fixes for vulnerabilities that are discovered and that may make the server vulnerable to security breaches;
  • Time zone updates.

Though your SharePoint Server 2007 farm will still be operational after October 10, 2017, no further updates, patches, or fixes will be shipped for the product (including security patches/fixes), and Microsoft Support will have fully shifted its support efforts to more recent versions of the product. Because your installation will no longer be supported or patched, as End of Life approaches you should upgrade the product, or migrate important data.

TIP:¬†If you haven’t already planned for upgrade or migration, please contact me today to begin planning.

What are my options?

Your first stop should be the¬†Product Lifecycle site. If you have an on-premises Microsoft product that is aging, you should check for its End of Life date so that, a year or so out ‚Äď or as long as your migrations generally require ‚Äď you can schedule upgrade or migrations. When choosing the next step, it might help to think in terms of what would be good enough, better, and best when it comes to product features. Here‚Äôs an example:

Good Better Best
SharePoint Server 2010 SharePoint Server 2013 SharePoint Online
SharePoint Hybrid SharePoint Server 2016
SharePoint Hybrid

If you choose options on the low end of the scale (good enough), remember you will need to begin planning for an upgrade very soon after migration from SharePoint Server 2007 is complete. (End of Life for SharePoint Server 2007 is October 10, 2017; End of Life for SharePoint Server 2010 is scheduled for July 10, 2022. Please note that these dates are subject to change and check the Product Lifecycle site.)

Where can I go next?

SharePoint Server can be installed on-premises on your own servers, or you can use SharePoint Online, which is an online service that is part of Microsoft Office 365. You can choose to:

  • Migrate to SharePoint Online
  • Upgrade SharePoint Server on-premises
  • Do both of the above
  • Implement a¬†SharePoint hybrid¬†solution

Be aware of hidden costs associated with maintaining a server farm going forward, maintaining or migrating customizations, and upgrading the hardware upon which SharePoint Server depends. Having an on-premises SharePoint Server farm is rewarding if it is a necessity; otherwise, if you run your farm on legacy SharePoint Servers, without heavy customization, you can benefit from a planned migration to SharePoint Online.

IMPORTANT: There is another option if the content in SharePoint 2007 is infrequently used. Some SharePoint Administrators may choose to create an Office 365 Subscription, set up a brand new SharePoint Online site, and then cut away from SharePoint 2007, cleanly, taking only the most essential documents to the fresh SharePoint Online sites. From there, data may be drained from the SharePoint 2007 site into archives. Give thought to how users work with data your SharePoint 2007 installation. There may be creative ways to resolve this problem!

 

SharePoint Online (SPO) SharePoint Server on-premises
High cost in time (plan / execution / verification) High cost in time (plan / execution / verification)
Lower cost in funds (no hardware purchases) Higher cost in funds (hardware + devs / admins)
One-time cost in migration One-time cost repeated per future migration
Low total cost of ownership / maintenance High total cost of ownership / maintenance

When you migrate to Office 365, the one-time move will have a heavier cost up-front, while you’re organizing data and deciding what to take to the cloud and what to leave behind. However, upgrades will be automatic from that point, you will no longer need to manage hardware and software updates, and the uptime of your farm will be backed by a Microsoft Service Level Agreement (SLA).

Migrate to SharePoint Online

Make sure that SharePoint Online has all the features you need by reviewing the associated service description. Here’s the link to all Office 365 Service Descriptions:

Office 365 Service Descriptions

There is no direct way to migrate from SharePoint 2007 to SharePoint Online; your move to SharePoint Online would be done manually. If you upgrade to SharePoint Server 2013 or SharePoint Server 2016, your move might also involve using the SharePoint Migration API (to migrate information into OneDrive for Business, for example).

Online Pro Online Con
Microsoft supplies SPO hardware and all hardware administration. Available features may be different between SharePoint Server on-premises and SPO.
You are the global administrator of your subscription, and may assign administrators to SPO sites. Some actions available to a Farm Administrator in SharePoint Server on-premises do not exist (or are not necessary) included in the SharePoint Administrator role in Office 365.
Microsoft applies patches, fixes and updates to underlying hardware and software. Because there is no access to the underlying file system in the service, some customizations are limited.
Microsoft publishes Service Level Agreements and moves quickly to resolve service level incidents. Backup and restore and other recovery options are automated by the service in SharePoint Online Рbackups are overwritten if not used.
Security testing and server performance tuning are carried out on an ongoing basis in the service by Microsoft. Changes to the user interface and other SharePoint features are installed by the service and may need to be toggled on or off.
Office 365 meets many industry standards: Office 365 Compliance. FastTrack assistance for migration is limited. See the SharePoint 2013 Migration Offer FAQ for more details.

Much of the upgrade will be manual, or via the SPO Migration API described in the SharePoint Online and OneDrive Migration Content Roadmap.

Neither Microsoft Support Engineers nor employees in the datacenter have unrestricted admin access to your subscription. There can be additional costs if hardware infrastructure needs to be upgraded to support the newer version of SharePoint, or if a secondary farm is required for upgrade.
Partners can assist with the one-time job of migrating your data to SharePoint Online.
Online products are updated automatically across the service meaning that though features may deprecate, there is no true End of Life.

If you’ve decided to create a new Office 365 site, and will manually migrate data to it as is needed, you can look at your Office 365 options right here:

Office 365 Plan Options

Upgrade SharePoint Server on-premises

There is historically no way to skip versions in SharePoint Upgrades, at least not as of the release of SharePoint Server 2016. That means upgrades go serially:

SharePoint 2007 | SharePoint Server 2010 | SharePoint Server 2013 | SharePoint Server 2016

To take the entire path from SharePoint 2007 to SharePoint Server 2016 will mean a significant investment of time and will involve a cost in terms of upgraded hardware (be aware that SQL servers must also be upgraded), software, and administration. Customizations will need to be upgraded or abandoned, according to the criticality of the feature.

NOTE:¬†It’s possible to maintain your end-of-life SharePoint 2007 farm, install a SharePoint Server 2016 farm on new hardware (so the separate farms run side-by-side), and then plan and execute a manual migration of content (for downloading and re-uploading content, for example). Be aware of some of the gotchas of manual moves (such as moves of documents replacing the last modified account with the alias of the account doing the manual move), and the work that must be done ahead of time (such as recreating sites, subsites, permissions and list structures). Again, this is the time to consider what data you can move into storage, or no longer need, an action that can reduce the impact of migration.

Either way, clean your environment prior to the upgrade. Be certain your existing farm is functional before you upgrade, and (for sure) before you decommission!

Remember to review the supported and unsupported upgrade paths:

If you have customizations, it’s critical you have a plan your upgrade for each step in the migration path:

On-premises Pro On-premises Con
Full control of all aspects of your SharePoint Farm, from the server hardware up. All breaks and fixes are the responsibility of your company (can engage paid Microsoft Support if your product is not at End of Life):
Full feature set of SharePoint Server on-premises with the option to connect your on-premises farm to a SharePoint Online subscription via hybrid. Upgrade, patches, security fixes, and all maintenance of SharePoint Server managed on-premises.
Full access for greater customization. Compliance standards supported by Office 365must be manually configured on-premises.
Security testing, and server performance tuning, carried out on your premises (is under your control). Office 365 may make features available to SharePoint Online that do not interoperate with SharePoint Server on-premises
Partners can assist with migrating data to the next version of SharePoint Server (and beyond). Your SharePoint Server sites will not automatically use SSL/TLS certificates as is seen in SharePoint Online.
Full control of naming conventions, backup and restore and other recovery options in SharePoint Server on-premises. SharePoint Server on-premises is sensitive to product lifecycles.

For further advice contact me today via this site or email pgilbride@evros.ie 

Digital Transformation – Event Feedback

Brian O’Donovan , Director¬†of IT at Mergon speaks to me after our first Digital Transformation Event. The event was on SharePoint and Development and if you would like to watch the event back, please email me – digitaltransformation@evros.ie¬†

Mergon is an Irish owned company with operations in Ireland, Czech Republic and USA. Established in 1981 Mergon works with leaders in the Automotive, Industrial and Healthcare sectors. Mergon works with its customers to design, manufacture and assemble components that make their products succeed in their chosen markets.

SharePoint & App Development Event

I am thrilled to be hosting Evros’s first technology event of 2017. The event takes place on the 8th March (Dublin) and 9th March (Cork) and is PART ONE¬†of a Digital Transformation Series which will cover Security in the Cloud, Utilizing¬†Business Intelligence and Building New Business with Azure. I will be welcoming Johan Swedell and Andrew Taylor from the Evros Team and also Dr. Anna Walsh from The NCCA to talk about their own digital transformation. I look forward to seeing you¬†on the day if you can make it…..Thanks!

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