Best Infos via Tweets from #MSIgnite

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For people who are far far away from Chicago, Twitter and other social sites are a good opportunity to get the latest or some good news from MSIgnite conference in Chicago. I listed some of the interesting things i read about this conference

  • Working on it dying…
  • MS Exchange got safe attachment feature and safe links for Outlook
  • Power BI show stats about Office 365 tenant
  • Microsoft bring Azure on-premises with new Services
  • Team work future in SharePoint
  • SharePoint 2016 will be delivered in Q2 2016
  • Server Roles shipped in a configuration wizard and zero Downtime updates new in SP2016
  • New touch based experience in SharePoint 2016 for mobile
  • An update to SharePoint 2013 will include #Delve and Office Graph later this year
  • #Delve and Office Graph show on-premise and online content
  • New unified search index bring office 365 and on-premise content into one result set
  • The SharePoint Big Bang Theory

So for the first day, that’s pretty cool news, but i didn’t hear anything for forms on SharePoint or what will come after a world of InfoPath. Hope we get some information on this topic too.

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Karsten Schneider
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He is Consultant for SharePoint Solutions for collaboration, communication and business processes. He provides his customers applications based on standard features as well as development or combining the power of several microsoft tools like Dynamics CRM. In his free time he tries to collect tipps and worthy experience in this blog.

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