Wrapping up the Power Platform Summit 2019, first time I joined this interesting conference. It's more 3 conferences in 1 big conference. At the same time the organizers have the Power Platform Summit Europe, User Group Summit Europe and eXtreme365 Amsterdam. This brings a wide variety of people to the conference ranging from business, developers... Continue Reading →
Today is the first day of the European Collaboration Summit (#CollabSummit) in Mainz, Germany. The event is sold out and is hosting 1.500 delegates. I was honored to present two sessions. Find the slide decks below, if you have any questions please reach out via comments or @bramdejager.
[Update May 2 – updated roadmap based on feedback] OneDrive for Business workload supports the personal storage capability for users. It enables users to store work related personal files and easily share them with colleagues or external users. Offline synchronization is one of the many benefits OneDrive for Business is providing. With the introduction of... Continue Reading →
Yesterday another DIWUG event! This is a monthly community event in The Netherlands. Albert-Jan Schot (Appie) did a presentation on the Office 365 Groups and I presented a session about the Office 365 API for SharePoint Sites service. You can find my slide deck on SlideShare, http://www.slideshare.net/bramdejager/deep-dive-into-office-365-apis-for-sharepoint-site-services. All demos together resulted in a single code... Continue Reading →
By assigning licenses/subsciptions (previous post) in Office 365 services are enabled per user. Most of the services are accessible via the App Laucher. The challenge is enabling a single service for example Office 365 Video. This is challenging due to the relationship between services bound by a subscription/license. NOTE: please note this article is written... Continue Reading →
Sometime you see Office 365 services for one user, but their colleague sitting next to them is not seeing this service?! Where can you find your assigned licenses to know which services you are able use? And where does your administrator assign these licenses? NOTE: please note this article is written on February 16, 2016.... Continue Reading →
Office 365 Video is a media sharing solution which is part of Office 365. It allows users to upload, play, share, embed, group in channels and manage their videos. The feature which is currently missing is downloading a video. Under the hood To get to the part of downloading the video we need to understand... Continue Reading →
In Office 365 users require licenses for making use of the products. This is similar as on-premises. The corporate administrator assigns licenses in the Office 365 Admin Center or uses PowerShell for automation purpose. The challenge I faced was around getting insights into the licenses which were assigned to me as an user. Most of... Continue Reading →