Microsoft announces release of SharePoint Server 2019 Preview

Microsoft holding to it’s commitment of releasing SharePoint Server 2019 Preview in early summer announced the release of it on July 24th. If you haven’t read what is contained in SharePoint Server 2019, please review my early blog post titled; SharePoint Server 2019: What you can expect that discusses the expected enhancements, new features and functionality, as well as what has been removed from this version of SharePoint on-premises. In addition to SharePoint Server 2019 Preview, Project Server 2019 Preview was also released as announced by Senior Technical Product Manager of SharePoint; Bill Baer. He categorizes the enhancements and new capabilities of SharePoint Server 2019 Preview into three primary areas:… Read More

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IT Pro and Developer Early Adopters Excited About Microsoft Preview of Office 2016

If you’re ready to stick your toe in the water or just plain jump in head first with excitement about Office 2016, now you can! Microsoft released the preview of Office 2016 for IT Pros and Developers. As the disclaimer states, it doesn’t have all of the features of the final product but it does give you a chance to at least get your feet wet and explore. So while we don’t know everything that Microsoft has in store for Office 2016, here are a few of things to get excited about: Data Loss Protection (DLP) for Word, PowerPoint, and Excel IT Pros request for Click-to-Run deployment Technical improvements to Outlook… Read More

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