Preparing for your Office 365 Migration

So you’ve decided to start using Office 365 in your organisation. What’s next? You shouldn’t use it straight away, but rather do a proper planning, including a migration planning. Whether you have nearly no existing systems, or you plan to replace a whole lot of internal Exchange, SharePoint, and Lync infrastructure, there are a few things that have to be done as part of the migration. Below are my Top Details

RSS Feed Web Part for Office 365

Update: SharePoint Online RSS Viewer now supports external feeds   [warning_box]Note: This version of the Web Part only supports external feeds. SharePoint Online RSS feeds do not work with it. A newer version of the web part is available at Updated Release: RSS Feed Web Part for Office 365[/warning_box] As it is commonly known, only Sandboxed Solutions are allowed on Office 365. A consequence of this is that some of Details

Review of "Microsoft® Office 365: Connect and Collaborate Virtually Anywhere, Anytime" by Katherine Murray

Update:I noticed today (10 August 2011) that the Kindle version is currently no longer available. So I possibly may have read not the final version Update 2:Microsoft has relased the book for free on this page A few days ago, I saw that "Microsoft® Office 365: Connect and Collaborate Virtually Anywhere, Anytime" by Katherine Murray was available on the amazon.com Kindle store. Interestingly, the printed version of the book is Details