Office 365 is Microsoft’s collaboration & office tool cloud offering. Having been available from 2011, the service has established itself as one of the world’s leading cloud services – no matter how you measure it.
These blog posts handle different configuration and customization cases I’ve encountered in regards to Office 365. Huge part of these are actually related to SharePoint Online, too. Which is kind of natural – SharePoint Online sites form a huge (if not the most visible) part of Microsoft’s Office 365 offering!
The news is out – Delve Blogs will be axed, leaving your users without a blogging platform on Office 365, and their data homeless. And by homeless, I mean deleted. Might be a good time to start thinking about storing it somewhere else instead! This post is the second post…Continue reading How to export your Delve blogs content?
Last week, Microsoft sent a surprise email to a number of customers. Delve blogs – the hated & loved self-serve internal blogging platform on Office 365 is getting axed. It doesn’t really come as a surprise at this point – the service was first announced in 2014, and launched to…Continue reading Delve Blogs getting deprecated – what do?
Note: While this was originally posted around the Christmas of 2018, and some company or seller names might not be relevant as scammers come and go, the principles in this blog post seem to be valid from the early 2000s to probably until 2038 (when the Internet ends due to…Continue reading The Scary Anatomy of a Microsoft License Fraud
This post describes one possible scenario for SharePoint-Teams -integration, how to achieve that, and what kind of issues there might be. Teams? What’s that? At Blue Meteorite, we at the Valo team have been leveraging Teams since early 2017 as our main communications channel. For us, it complements Yammer, email,…Continue reading SharePoint-Teams -integration using a tab