Since Microsoft announced in a blog post titled "Update on InfoPath and SharePoint Forms" that InfoPath 2013 will be supported in SharePoint 2016 and within Office 365 until further notice, we have struggled with the question about the best tools to use for form development for SharePoint.
Friday, 20 May 2016 04:34
Friday, 13 May 2016 10:54
When looking over the changes Microsoft made to SharePoint for its 2016 edition, it is clear that Development was put at the forefront. Microsoft has taken a renewed focus on both front and back-end developers, as well as encouraging enhanced customization with basic user customization. Today we'll take a look at what sort of developmental changes have been made, and how you can employ them to make SharePoint the best it can be for your specific business.
Tuesday, 10 May 2016 11:33
After three-and-a-half successful years of SharePoint 2013, with the total number of users doubling last year alone, Microsoft is releasing the new SharePoint 2016 with dozens of new features increasing collaboration, cross-platform functionality, and focusing on file analysis and shareability. The Sharepoint 2016 features will be released on a rolling basis throughout the next year, so keep reading to see some of our favorite new features and when they'll be released for you to use.