SharePoint Server 2016 in Microsoft Azure is designed to leverage faster provisioning of servers allowing you to take your first step in hosting a server-based IT workload in the cloud. Our support articles help you plan, design, test and deploy SharePoint farms in Azure.
The SharePoint Framework lets developers take advantage of up-to-date developer practices, tools and libraries to help them build more engaging, mobile-ready user experiences at a rapid pace. Today, we’ve reached the general availability milestone of SharePoint Framework—allowing developers and administrators to build and deploy parts that are used by Office 365 users in their production environments.
No matter where users create an Office 365 group (from Outlook, Microsoft Teams, Yammer and more), they will consistently get a full-powered, modern SharePoint Online team site. And now, users have a new entry point right on the SharePoint home page. —Read on for details.
When we launched SharePoint Server 2016, we shared our vision that it would be a foundational release, born in the cloud and built for continuous innovation. Today, we’re pleased to announce our next step on this journey with the availability of Feature Pack 1.
Today marks the general availability of Microsoft Flow and PowerApps. —Read on to learn about how they integrate with SharePoint.
Today, we’re excited to announce details for Feature Pack 1 for SharePoint 2016, which brings compelling new features for end users, IT pros and developers, including updates to the user experience of OneDrive, hybrid taxonomy, hybrid auditing and OneDrive APIs.
Enhanced conditional access controls, encryption controls and site classification in SharePoint and OneDrive
It’s your data. Microsoft is only the caretaker. SharePoint and OneDrive provide a simple and comprehensive set of security and policy controls, and today we announce our latest set of innovations, further extending our leadership in delivering powerful and secure collaboration to customers.
Today, we’re pleased to announce several new capabilities coming to your SharePoint mobile and intelligent intranet. —Read on for details.
Today at Microsoft Ignite, we announced the next wave of innovations for SharePoint and OneDrive. —Read on for the highlights.
Today, we’re pleased to announce the rollout of several new enhancements to SharePoint Online team sites in Office 365, including deeper integration with Office 365 Groups.
Today, we’re pleased to announce the rollout of modern lists to SharePoint, along with one-click integration of PowerApps and Microsoft Flow. —Read on to learn more.
The new SharePoint mobile app for iOS is here! Now you can untether and take your intranet with you—your intranet in your pocket. Stay connected to important content, sites, portals and people from across your intranet while on the go.