This is a round up of news releases and blog posts from SharePoint Conference 2014 taking place in Las Vegas.
During this session the SharePoint-Community.net founders will share the story of how their community grew from 0 to 5500 members in just under a year. They share the tips and tri
Microsoft's SharePoint Conference 2014 is almost at the midway point and, other than sleep, there's quite a bit to show for it. With Sunday's winter storm threatening to delay our arrival, the Fpweb.net Road Crew was forced to change flights from an early Sunday departure to Saturday afternoon, landing us at the Venetian reception right before dinner.
Recently Microsoft announced that InfoPath as a forms solution for SharePoint and Office 365 were to cease to exist. In my opinion this is great, because I never really liked InfoPath and it wasn't very widely adopted in any organization I've ever worked with.
Author: Tobias Zimmergren www.zimmergren.net | www.sharepointdiscussions.com | www.pointbird.com | @zimmergren What can I say; Microsoft is doing a killer job with Office 365 and their cloud offerings in general. Today during the SharePoint Conference 2014 Keynote, they discussed some of the highlighted new features for SharePoint, Office 365 and related technologies.
If you've followed the chatter coming out of the SharePoint Conference in Las Vegas, you've probably heard of Microsoft's new framework, Office Graph and Project Oslo, a new search-driven app built on Office Graph.
As customers gather this week for the SharePoint Conference in Las Vegas and Convergence in Atlanta, I want to update you on our enterprise social vision and road map-including several new announcements. The world has become a giant network Over the last few years, the world has become a giant network, and social media has rewired the way we connect with people and information.
Streamlined technical road map Microsoft Office #SPC14 pic.twitter.com/1yPx5tEyDp
Before you ask (and I've gotten > 100 emails asking this), I am not at SPC. I've skipped every SPC so far, this wasn't any differentAs a small business, I cannot justify the cost of 5 days off of work, hotels, airtickets, plus I am working putting out fires as they speak.But I am glad you are at SPC.
Tuesday morning at the SharePoint conference people packed the room for the news on the updated Forms Strategy from Microsoft. Since the announcement that InfoPath 2013 would be the last release, the community has been waiting to see what would come next.
Having just returned from the mind-blowing SharePoint Conference 2014 at the Venetian Hotel in Las Vegas, I wanted to get my thoughts and impressions down while they were still relatively fresh. A LOT went down these past 5 days, and there's no way I'm going to cover it all, but here goes!
Rather unbelievably, this year Microsoft have made (as far as I can see), all of the SharePoint Conference videos available on Channel 9! This is a distinct ch...
All sessions of the SharePoint Conference 2014 have been posted already on Channel 9! If you plan to watch a lot or even all of them, here's a little PowerShel...
It's an exhilarating time for our industry, our company, and for Office. At the last SharePoint Conference we talked about technology megatrends that are changing the way people work: cloud, social, mobile, and big data. These trends are still alive and well today, and they are active change agents in markets, industries, and companies across the world.
Today at the SharePoint Conference, we announced huge investments in making Office 365 a robust platform on which developers can build amazing solutions. As a developer, you have new scenarios to create contextual solutions that span Office 365 from the web, mobile apps and Office.
Today we announced SharePoint Server 2013 Service Pack 1 (SP1) at the SharePoint Conference 2014 in Las Vegas, NV. SP1 is our latest release to SharePoint Server 2013 on-premises. This service pack includes performance, reliability, and security fixes.
GSX is proud to be exhibiting at SPC 2014 Booth #2132 The word is out. There is ONE event that is a must to attend when talking to the ShareP
SharePoint Conference 2014 kicked off this morning and the vendors are wasting no time announcing new releases. OpenText started the ball rolling with the release of OpenText Microsoft SharePoint Services (SPS) for Extended ECM for SAP Solutions. The combined solution brings together the worlds of Enterprise Content Management (ECM) and Enterprise Resource Planning (ERP).
KEY01 Join Jeff Teper and the Microsoft SharePoint team for the opening keynote of SharePoint Conference 2014. The keynote will introduce the main themes of the conference and highlight new innovations acro
Summary: Microsoft officials are confirming that InfoPath is at the end of the road and a new, still unreleased forms technology will be taking its place. As had been rumored for a while, Microsoft is discontinuing its InfoPath electronic forms product. Company officials confirmed the news in a January 31 post to the Office Blogs site.
A big shakeup at the top of the Microsoft org chart is reportedly taking place as Tony Bates and Tami Reller are said to be leaving the company. The report comes from Kara Swisher who was a leading source of information about the naming of Satya Nadella as Microsoft's CEO which means this report, is likely accurate.
Currently Being Moderated This year's SharePoint conference is action packed with many sessions and activities about the next generation solutions for SAP and Microsoft interoperability. If you are one of the fortunate ones going to the conference this blog will help you plan your experience and not miss a beat when it comes to SAP and Microsoft interoperability and how we together are Innovating for Your Success.
Kensington, MD (PRWEB) March 04, 2014 -- Infolinx Partners with the Microsoft Team on cutting edge roadmap