Microsoft had a lot to say about SharePoint at its Virtual Summit event this week.
Microsoft has increased the maximum URL path length for SharePoint Online and OneDrive for Business subscribers.
Now that SharePoint is ripe for "app modernization," the next step is to decide which architecture is best to support enterprise requirements in terms of scalability and maintainability.
- By Oliver Wirkus
Organizations can now speed up the performance of their SharePoint Online sites using the newly available Office 365 Public Content Delivery Network.
Administrators can now set policies and controls that can be tracked for compliance with new data loss prevention tools in SharePoint Server 2016.
- By Jasson Walker
Microsoft is planning to activate the use of two additional characters this year in file and folder names for its SharePoint Online and OneDrive for Business applications.
Microsoft plans to end Access Services for SharePoint Online, starting in June.
Microsoft this week announced that organizations running SharePoint Server 2013 in their datacenters now can direct user site creation requests to Office 365 services.
Microsoft this week announced plans to release a preview of Microsoft Flow integrated with the "modern" SharePoint command bar.
Microsoft today announced a preview of a new Azure Active Directory management option that's designed to thwart "data leakage" scenarios.
Microsoft announced a few SharePoint Online user experience improvements that are starting to arrive for Office 365 users.
Now that Microsoft Azure has become a robust PaaS platform by offering a lot of additional services, using the provider-hosted add-in approach, not app transformation, is the way to go.
- By Oliver Wirkus
Microsoft's SharePoint Framework reached "general availability" status on Thursday.
Microsoft had some SharePoint news to tell this week, along with a few product roadmap hints.
Microsoft gave notice to developer partners working with SharePoint Online and OneDrive for Business services that it is beginning efforts to phase in file-name support for the # and % characters in its application programming interface (API).