Category: Cool stuff

Using Azure Log Analytics for Azure Information Protection

In my previous blog I showed the current locations used by AzureIP for storing log files and event logs. I ended that article with the remark that a more central location would be preferable. And I […]

Wow-effect: the new SharePoint communication sites!

Wow, these are nice. This kinda is my first impression of the new SharePoint communication sites. I basically created such a site and added some (outdated) content from our current intranet. Just a simple department […]

Use term-ids for SharePoint Search

Most of the times, people will use SharePoint Search straight out of the box. And this might be fine. SharePoint Search is very powerful and can be all you need to get your work done. […]

Office365 – Security and compliance

Microsoft keeps enhancing the new security & compliance center. This center I discussed earlier. New improvements concern Exchange Online and deal with mal-ware, spam and DKim. Also, the audit log search let’s you search for activities […]

Office365 Groups and Planner – what about SharePoint?

Office365 is growing at an enormous rate. Rich new functionality is added daily, or so it appears. In the last couple of weeks, organizations using the First Release option have been able to sample Office365 […]

Share option in SharePoint

Today I got some feedback on my earlier posts regarding the share option (this and this one). So I’ve looked at this option in some more detail. And to be honest, this “Share” option really […]

Guest-link expiration in SharePoint Online

Microsoft keeps improving the way we can share our information in SharePoint Online. And in this case: external sharing. External sharing means: sharing with people who do not have an account to access your SharePoint […]