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[Yes, you’re right. The product is now named SharePoint 2016. Since publishing this article, Microsoft has released a blog that refers to the upcoming version of SharePoint as SharePoint Server 2016. So, now we know…] Why the next version of SharePoint will work … Continue reading
Fpweb.net is Taking Office 365 Subscription Plans Further From day one, Fpweb.net has always been about adding value and maximizing your investment with the cloud. To that end, we were the first to host SharePoint and have spent the last … Continue reading
Examining the Office 365 Hybrid Scenario Gartner predicts that half of you reading this blog will use Office 365 extensively by 2016 for any collaboration and productivity needs. The other half will keep some version of SharePoint on-premises. Please note, this article is aimed … Continue reading
(This webinar is currently available to view for free on-demand: DATA SECURITY: BEST PRACTICES IN THE HYBRID CLOUD) When clouds collide, is your data safe? On Thursday, July 24th, 2014, at 11am (EST), Fpweb.net is teaming up with CipherPoint to present a … Continue reading
The cloud is changing the way that businesses function, from BYOD (Bring Your Own Device) to real-time accessibility to documents on any device. Because of the cloud, businesses have had to become more agile and focus on reactive strategies. The … Continue reading
(This webinar is currently available to view for free on-demand: THE HYBRID CLOUD: MAKING OFFICE 365 AND THE PRIVATE CLOUD WORK FOR YOU) With another Microsoft conference in our wake, Fpweb.net once more examines the question we hear the most: What’s the … Continue reading