What’s new in SharePoint Server 2016 from a IT-Pro perspective

What’s new in SharePoint Server 2016 from a IT-Pro perspective

Differences between SharePoint 2013 and SharePoint 2016 (IT-Pro) SharePoint 2013 and 2016 on-premises solutions are installed and deployed on servers your organization owns and maintains. The following table displays whether a feature is available in a solution. IT Professional features

What’s new in SharePoint Server 2016 from a user perspective

What’s new in SharePoint Server 2016 from a user perspective

What’s new in SharePoint Server 2016 SharePoint Server 2016 is designed to be familiar, more intuitive, and built around the way that you work. With those goals in mind, here are some of the top new and improved features: Mobile

Make your content matter in Office Delve

Make your content matter in Office Delve

Make your content matter in Office Delve Sometimes even the best and most useful content does not get the attention it deserves. Often because people don’t know about the content, or because they don’t know where to look for it.

SharePoint / Office 365 Patterns and Practices – March 2016 release

SharePoint / Office 365 Patterns and Practices – March 2016 release

Latest changes Provisioning Engine The first version of the PnP remote provisioning engine was released with the April 2015 release. For the March 2016 release we have continued to add new supported capabilities and made significant improvements from stability perspective

SharePoint 2013 March 2016 CU announced – Update

SharePoint 2013 March 2016 CU announced – Update

Yesterday (march 7th 2016) Microsoft announced the March 2016 CU for SharePoint 2016. This is build 15.0.4805.1000 of the cumulative update package Improvements and issues that this cumulative update fixes This cumulative update package adds cloud hybrid search capability to

Announcing Responsive UI Package for SharePoint on-premises

Announcing Responsive UI Package for SharePoint on-premises

Package is available from GitHub and it changes the native behavior of your SharePoint deployment by adding support for three different rendering options depending on the device screen size. You can deploy the package to any on-premises SharePoint site by

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