Time/Date: Thursday, May 23rd, 2013 @ 10am PT (60 minutes)
Description: SharePoint Online has a revamped experience for sharing documents, folders and sites. Users can now share with people outside the company using Guest Links (anonymous) and External Access (authenticated) invitations. And there are key controls for IT administrators to comply with their company’s business preferences, with granular controls unique to individual business units. In our latest Ignite webcast we will share and show the new experiences for sharing, permissions, access requests, external invitations, and how IT can flexibly manage the experience end to end. This is a great opportunity to join Microsoft employees and other Office 365 users for a productive discussion.
Our webcast will be led by Mark Kashman. Mark is a Senior Product Manager on the SharePoint team focusing primarily on SharePoint Online and SharePoint Mobility – Microsoft’s business collaboration platform in the Cloud. He has worked at Microsoft since 2000, starting with the Academy team – whose focus is on internal training and readiness for the Microsoft Field – then worked for a few years building an asset management solution built on top of SharePoint 2007 before moving to the SharePoint team and into the SharePoint Online role. This is a great opportunity to join a discussion with our Microsoft presenters. Bring your questions!
And stay until the end for a fun Office Doc scavenger hunt - chance to win a Amazon.com gift card.
Speaker: Mark Kashman, Senior Product Manager – SharePoint (@mkashman)
Link to all info & “add calendar reminder”: http://ignite.office.com/learn/webcasts/ignite-webcast---external-sharing-end-to-end-2
For Partners only, we have a series of 3 training videos that have just been released to the Partner Learning Center.
Office 365: PowerShell Series Part 1 - Introduction to PowerShell
Automation is the key to efficiency. Microsoft Windows PowerShell ® provides a more powerful method of accessing the intimacies of Microsoft Online Services whilst also opening up the possibility to automate Office 365 administrative tasks. This webinar is part 1 of a 3 part PowerShell series. In Part 1 we provide an introduction to PowerShell usage with Office 365. This includes how we connect of Office 365 using PowerShell and an Overview of Office 365 PowerShell cmdlets.
Office 365: PowerShell Series Part 2 - Digging into PowerShell
In Part 2 of the PowerShell webinar series we cover essential concepts that are required to get the best understanding of how to interact and use PowerShell. This includes Windows PowerShell Navigation, Working with Objects and PowerShell ISE.
Office 365: PowerShell Series Part 3 - Dynamic PowerShell Scripts
In Part 3 of the PowerShell webinar series scripting concepts are introduced to provide the essential knowledge required to dynamically automate and / or simplify repetitive or lengthy tasks. PowerShell functionality covered includes Looping, Conditional Statement Flow, Working with external data and Creating Reusable Scripts.
For everyone else, make sure to check out Jon Horner’s PowerShell for Common Office 365 Operations, an excellent primer on how to administer Office 365 from the command line!
In the previous Office 365 Mailbox Migration Strategies session, Gabor discussed the options for migrating mailboxes to Office 365, considerations for choosing a particular migration strategy, and provided an overview of basic and advanced migration methods.
Now, he dives into how to perform the migration itself:
Session PowerPoint available here: Migrating Mailboxes to Office 365
Interested in learning more about your options for deploying Lync in a Hybrid configuration with Office 365?
Join Partner Solution Consultant Saleesh Neduvayalil as he discusses how Microsoft envisions the Lync Hybrid offering in the marketplace, and the various functionality introduced with the offering. This session covers different scenarios which might require a hybrid deployment of Lync 2013, as well as the requirements and approaches for deploying and migrating services. The course will conclude with a review of the feature parity between deployment models, user profiles associated with each, and a brief review of the shift from Hybrid Voice to Split-Domain.
Session PowerPoint Deck available on SkyDrive here:
Lync Online Hybrid Deployment
The Microsoft Services team is often called in to help when an application fails certification. In the videos below, we’ve compiled some of the top reason’s we’ve seen an app fail certification. If you are building a Windows Store application it just might be worth your time to spend a little time watching these videos. If you have other tips to avoid certification blockers, please share them in the comments below.
Windows Store - Preparing for Certification (Part 1)
Windows Store - Preparing for Certification (Part 2)