When using Powershell it may be helpful to disable newly added services that Microsoft implemented for your users until you know what the impact of that implementation will be. For example, if you are working for a large school, you may not want to enable the Planner for all your users because it creates groups… Lees verder Disable license services without affecting other settings using Powershell
When using the feature of SharePoint to create sites from custom templates, I recently ran into the following. I tried to create a site with a custom template and got a message from SharePoint to enable a site collection feature called: ECMSPOLite Marker. The template was derived from another site collection but strange enough the… Lees verder Sharepoint Site template error on ECMSPOLiteMarker Feature
Microsoft has added a new option to Office 365 as per December 1st. It is the successor of E4 and the obvious name is E5. The price is € 29,50 per user per month. Biggest additions compared to E3 (E4 will be discontinued) are PSTN Dial In Conferencing and a feature that Microsoft describes as… Lees verder Office 365 E5 Subscription
Those who are on first release in Office 365 will have noticed that the tile menu has changed. Tiles look a bit more smaller, and more in a straight shape. When you click on the three dot menu you will see new options as well. Great stuff, because you can now resize the tiles that… Lees verder Improved tile menu on Office 365!
Today I received word from Microsoft on some new cool features that can be expected in Office 365: Improved Sync – Limited preview of the next generation sync client (NGSC) which will improve sync reliability and performance as well as introduce selective sync capabilities. Yeah! Hopefully the ODfB sync tool will be stable and working… Lees verder New features in OneDrive for Business on Office 365