Topics: user adoption
Easier file sharing, communication sites, an official forms solution and personalized search topped the announced new capabilities of SharePoint and OneDrive at today’s Microsoft SharePoint Virtual Summit.
SP Marketplace (www.spmarketplace.com), the leader in Office 365 and SharePoint business portals and applications, has released SP Marketing Portal, a next generation business solution that allows marketing staff to manage the entire marketing department from a single portal. Whether tracking marketing plans, social media, campaigns, collateral, marketing services requests, administrative management, or website changes and SEO, SP Marketing Portal provides a central point for management, collaboration, resources, and services on Office 365 and SharePoint.
The results are in from the CollabTalk/BYU Marriott School of Business survey on hybrid SharePoint, and a few numbers jump out as being somewhat startling.
A new Office 365 add-in wants to provide SharePoint Online and Office 365 app users a single point of entry to manage their business needs and solutions. The Quad Solution Center from H3 Solutions provides an end-to-end request and delivery solution center for the business.
Microsoft is bringing new improvements and functionality to its business, low-code solutions Flow and PowerApps. Flow is an automated workflow solution while PowerApps is the company’s enterprise software service.
For those of you unable to attend SPTechCon Austin this week, one thing you missed was the panel discussion on “Analyzing the Size, Scope, and Opportunities within the Hybrid SharePoint Ecosystem.” The evening event was sponsored by AvePoint, and joining me (@buckleyplanet) on stage were Mark Kashman, Microsoft (@mkashman), D’Arce Hess, AvePoint (@darcehess), Eric Overfield, PixelMill (@ericoverfield), and John White, UnlimitedViz (@diverdown1964) where we shared some of the findings of the Hybrid SharePoint research being conducted by my company CollabTalk, in conjunction with the Marriott School of Management at Brigham Young University. The entire panel was streamed live on Facebook, which you can watch here.
Crow Canyon Systems has changed its name to Crow Canyon Software, to put the focus on quality business applications for SharePoint and Office 365.