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Most small and medium-size businesses need the agility and cost savings that come with switching to Microsoft Office 365. But with the contradictory information out there, not many understand what making the switch to the cloud really means.
Office 365 provides a vast number of features that skyrocket productivity, give security extra punch, and enable agility — all while saving money. But unfortunately, a lot of businesses are hesitant about working in the cloud because of old perceptions that simply aren’t true.

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A SharePoint team site connects you and your team to the content, information, and apps you rely on every day. For example, you can use a team site to store and collaborate on files or to create and manage lists of information. On a team site home page, you can view links to important team files, apps, and web pages and see recent site activity in the activity feed.

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Opus Solution on Techtalk about Digital Transformation

Techtalk recently had a post about Opus Solution along with the service we offer for our customers. In the age of Digital Transformation, companies which want to adapt, they have to look for smart and optimize solutions that help them automate the process and hence, saving time and costs. We are the ones who bring these solution to our clients. We provide Smart Office solution built on SharePoint platform.

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As you might know, I have been doing some light Microsoft Ignite coverage the last few days. After seeing what I just saw, there’s no way I can convey all the awesomeness that Microsoft just announced about SharePoint and OneDrive. I couldn’t wait, so I’m sitting in the Expo hall right now writing this as fast as my fingers can move.

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In one of the earlier articles, I have showed you to set the default OneDrive for Business storage space with the help of GUI. However, this article focuses on setting the default OneDrive for Business storage space with the help of PowerShell commands.

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If you’re a browser-based user of Office 365 you’ll see some changes. Microsoft has given the online version of their productivity suite a spruce up, refreshing the application launcher and improving the search tool. There’s a also a task-based tool that suggests which tool to use to best complete a particular job

The changes, which are being rolled out progressively o ver the next couple of months, don’t change the apps themselves – that happen quite frequently – but rather how you get to things. It started with a new URL – http://www.office.com

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Adobe Sign and Microsoft Teams are at the center of a new expansion to the cloud partnership between Adobe and Microsoft.

Microsoft and Adobe are expanding a cloud partnership that will see the two companies tapping each other’s services for e-signatures and team collaboration. According to Microsoft, this expanded partnership will mean Microsoft Teams will become the “preferred chat-based workspace” for Adobe’s Cloud Services, while Adobe Sign will become Microsoft’s “preferred e-signature solution.”

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My friends, who also work in SharePoint area, have a lot of requests to accumulate of experience and sometime apply to reality scenarios. That would be fine for me to review the coding skill somehow. By the way, in this article, I can only support three methods to have a cascading field in SharePoint with easiest deploying, understanding and configuring to run its functioning.

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SharePoint Saturday Hong Kong
August 27th, 2016
Central Park Co-Working Space
11F Daily House, 35 Haiphong Road, Tsim Sha Tsui, Hong Kong
8:30 AM – 2:30 PM

Finally we finshed list agendar as below:

Speakers

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Sessions

  1. Opening Remarks – 9am to 9:10am

  2. Azure AD: Enterprise-Grade Identity Provider For Your Applications – 9:15am to 10:05am

    Session Type: Technical
    Session Level: 200
    Description:
    Azure Active Directory is a comprehensive identity and access management cloud solution that provides a robust set of capabilities to manage users and groups; it handles billions of authentications each day from more than 200 million active users.
    Azure Active Directory offers developers an effective way to integrate identity management into their applications: let’s take a look on how to do it.

  3. Design a Mobile Workflow Solution on Office 365 and SharePoint Without Coding – 10:10am to 10:50am

    Session Type: End User/Business
    Session Level: 100
    Description:
    The speaker will illustrate how to use a browser to design a mobile enabled e-form and workflow solution on Office 365 in minutes

  4. Content Types: The Backbone of Your Information Architecture – 11:15am to 12:05pm

    Session Type: End User/Business
    Session Level: 100
    Description:
    If you want users to get good quality information OUT OF SharePoint, users need to be putting good quality information INTO SharePoint in the first place. Content Types are very under-utilised within the majority of organisations who have adopted SharePoint, therefore they are not realising the efficiency benefits associated with a well-structured information architecture. During this session, we will look at an overview of Content Types, how to create them, and make the most of them within your SharePoint sites, as well as managing organisation Content Types.

    • Content Types explained
    • Why we should use Content Types
    • Creating and managing Content Types
    • Using Content Types within Lists and Libraries
    • The Content Type Hub”
  5. Business Intelligent Solution for Office365 SharePoint Online 12:35pm to – 1:15pm

    Session Type: Technical
    Session Leve: 200
    Description:
    The topic is focused on: What are BI tools for SharePoint? Which options for Office 365, SharePoint online and features that enables you to find and visualize data, share discoveries, and collaborate in intuitive new ways. We will go through Business intelligence capabilities currently supported in Office 365.

  6. Service Delivery Management Platform – A SharePoint Case Study – 1:20pm to 2:10pm

    Session Type: End User/Business
    Session Level: 200
    Description:
    Ark Relocation – A Shanghai-headquartered China destination specialists who works with foreign nationals relocating to China and Hong Kong for assignments or long-term postings. Each relocation needs to be managed as a fast-paced project with a unique set of services tailored to the needs of the employing company. Ark Relocation is using SharePoint as a service design and delivery platform to help manage hundreds of concurrent relocation projects. This presentation by the SharePoint developer of the system will cover the overall functionality of the system, what was able to be done with SharePoint out-of-the-box, and where gaps had to be filled. The challenges encountered along the way, both technical and user-related, will also be covered.

  7. Closing Remarks – 2:15pm to 2:25pm

See you next Saturday on 27/08/2016. It’s FREE REGISTRATION here https://www.eventbrite.com/e/sharepoint-saturday-hong-kong-registration-26535236607
SharePoint Saturday Hong Kong (SPSHK) is a free and community-focused event, dedicated to educating and engaging members of the local technical community. This is the first ever SharePoint Saturday event held in Hong Kong.

An internationally recognized event, SharePoint Saturday draws upon the expertise of local SharePoint IT professionals, developers, and solution architects who come together to share their real world experiences, lesson learned, best practices, and general knowledge with other like-minded individuals.

Come see world-class speakers from around the country and the globe present the very same content you’ll see at conferences that cost thousands of dollars to attend, and see it – as always absolutely free of charge.

After releasing of a series of Office apps for iOS such as Office365 Administration, PowerBI, Delve, Excel, Word, PowerPoint, OneDrive,…, As announced at the “Future of SharePoint” event on May 4th from Microsoft about they are working on the new SharePoint mobile app. On 21-Jun-2016, Office365 administrators got a official inform message about SharePoint mobile App for iOS release. With this app, Now you can untether and take your intranet with you in your pocket. Stay connected to important content, sites, portals and people from across your intranet while on the go. In the mean time, Microsoft is also working on Android and Windows Universal versions, which we expect to release before the end of this year. Below is some quick review about this product.

Avaialble for download
From 21-Jun-2016, the new SharePoint mobile app is available in the Apple App Store. It’s free download with your iCloud account.

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Cloud and Onpremise support
After download, You can install the SharePoint mobile app on your iPhone, iPad or iPod. You can then sign in with SharePoint Online or SharePoint on-premises (2103 & 2016 version support) from the welcome screen.

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Both SharePoint online and SharePoint Onpremise supported. 

The Sites tab
From this tab, SharePoint app list all sites that you visit frequently and sites you’re following. This sites come from different site collections. If you click on a site to see recent activity, recent files and the site’s assets (documents, lists, subsites, pages and more). If your webpage is not support to transfer to mobile view, you may got the unsupport message or you can change to desktop view by click on tool box menu at bottom.

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Access project site and check for all project document with mobile reable PDF and Office files. Vietnamese language was fully supported and display correctly.

You can also access left menu navigation and click on List menu to see all deployed applications as well as site content.

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Check for all deployed applications and site content

All SharePoint data were displayed as list view event if that application is standard list, Calendar, customized list, Links, or Tasks,… look like below

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Calendar with events were displayed as list view.

The Links tab
This tab list all sites which based on your permission or allowed for everyone in your company. If you are using Office365, this site come from available SharePoint site collection that created by SharePoint admin. For Office 365, I as expected for applications associated with subscription as such Microsoft Delve, Office 365 Video,… but I can not find them from list tab.

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Not much data for links and resources link SharePoint app – Links tab

The People tab
As a staff directory phonebook, but list tab only listed for people that you are working with such as your members, your supervisor or colleagues. By tap on a contact, you can see their personal info like Fullname, Jobtitle, Phone, Email,…

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People contact list and personal detail info

From the first look, this release of SharePoint mobile iOS app works well with Office 365 SharePoint Online. For SharePoint onpremise, administrator should improve functionality to make it compatible with SharePoint mobile app like resources as well as People directory. I didn’t test this app with SharePoint 2016. But from my point of view, this app bring to SharePoint users a good concept. While Microsoft improve this app and develop for Android and WinMobile, you can try to use it and give Microsoft your idea and feedbacks via:
User Voice: https://sharepoint.uservoice.com/
Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/SharePoint
Or you can email to me for helping on bring your idea to MVP community and Microsoft Product team.
Hoang Nhut NGUYEN
Skype: hoangnhut.nguyen
Email: nhutcmos@gmail.com

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