The majority SharePoint implementations are on pace to run in hybrid cloud architectures. The good news is it has become a first-class citizen in the SharePoint ecosystem.
Reaction to Microsoft's new SharePoint Framework is mixed, though mostly positive because it coexists with old development models.
SharePoint gave rise to the citizen developer a decade ago but the evolution of SaaS including Office 365 and the latest tooling such as Microsoft PowerApps and Flow are empowering a larger community.
Microsoft looks to have realized that the user experience is at the center of collaboration with its new common developer framework for SharePoint 2016 and Office 365.
As the SharePoint community awaits whatever surprises Microsoft has in store this week when it outlines the future of its storied collaboration platform, the company has already indicated it will include long-awaited improvements to the user experience.
Microsoft is making progress in streamlining tasks for Office 365 administrators.
Is Microsoft killing its enterprise social networking tool or is it adapting it to a changing landscape?
While Microsoft has been talking up Office 365 much more than SharePoint, both services have integral roles in the company's cloud strategy.
Lead SharePoint exec Jeff Teper reveals there's a renewed focus on Microsoft's flagship collaboration platform by CEO Satya Nadella, who wants it become the center of his vision to meet the needs of the modern workplace.
What Microsoft can learn from the partner ecosystem as SharePoint 2016 gets ready for release.
While Microsoft has been a bit cryptic about the future role of Office 365 Groups, it will be up to enterprises and their needs to determine what is best for them.
Microsoft plans to release Office 365 Planner, a feature within Groups for team-based organization, as an alternative for SharePoint tasks.
Listening to what users want and tackling the cloud in a unique fashion has helped to gain some of the SharePoint shine that might have been lost in the past few years.
While Microsoft has yet to discuss what is in the pipeline after SharePoint 2016, it's easy to infer what the company is planning by taking a look at today's product and service line.
The goal will be to provide tools collaborators really want, while making sure data stays safe and secure.
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