Sharepoint User Group Geneva - Introduction to Office 365

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This is an "Introduction to Office 365" session that I performed to the SharePoint User Group in Geneva in March 2014. …

This is an "Introduction to Office 365" session that I performed to the SharePoint User Group in Geneva in March 2014.

I cover the architecture of Office 365 (and related technologies) and focus in on SharePoint Online and the administration tools.

I also discuss a few "Cloud" based topics that are not necessarily Office 365 focused, but considerations that you should think about before engaging ANY cloud provider.

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  • Large mailboxes: Each user gets 50 GB of mailbox storage and can send messages up to 25 MB in sizeOutlook support: Users can connect supported copies of Outlook to Exchange Online, so they can use the rich client application they already know.Web-based access: For web-client access, Outlook Web App provides a premium browser-based experience that matches the look and feel of the full Outlook client.Mobility: Mobile access is available from all phones that can receive email, including Windows Phone, iPhone, Android, and Blackberry devices.Shared calendar and contacts: Users can compare calendars to schedule meetings and can access collaboration features, including shared calendars, groups, the global address list, external contacts, tasks, conference rooms, and delegation capabilities.Apps for Outlook: Users can spend less time switching between apps with an extension model that allows third-party web applications easy plug-in access for both Outlook and Outlook Web App.Security: Every mailbox is protected with premier anti-malware and anti-spam protection via Exchange Online Protection.In-Place Archive: Reduce inbox clutter by automatically moving old messages to an In-Place Archive.E2 Plans also offerIn-Place Hold: Use In-Place Hold to preserve deleted and edited mailbox items from users' primary mailboxes and In-Place Archives.Unlimited storage: Take advantage of unlimited storage (50 GB of storage in the user's primary mailbox, plus unlimited storage in the user's In-Place Archive).Hosted voice mail: Take advantage of hosted Unified Messaging services that provide call answering, a dial-in user interface, and company automated attendant capabilities.Data Loss Prevention (DLP):Control sensitive business data with built-in DLP policies based on regulatory standards such as PII and PCI, which help to identify, monitor, and protect sensitive data through deep content analysis.
  • IT service continuity is a subset of business continuity planning and encompasses IT disaster recovery planning and wider IT resilience planning. It is the process of assessing and managing risks associated with information technology (IT) departments. It involves the evaluation of values, threats, risks, vulnerabilities and development of countermeasures to ensure continuation in the event of an IT services disruption.
  • European Economic Area:- Member states of the EU, except Croatia, who is expected to join later, plus Iceland, Lichtenstein and Norway

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  • 1. Introduction to Office 365 SharePoint User Group – Geneva – March 2014 – Mark Stokes
  • 2. Mark Stokes  Red Plane  Microsoft Partner in North West UK  www.redplane.co.uk  @FlyRedPlane  Office 365, SharePoint, Azure, nopCommerce, Windows 8 Apps, Windows Phone Apps, iOS Apps, .Net  mark.stokes@redplane.co.uk  @MarkStokes  Interests: SharePoint, Technology, Photography, Raspberry Pi, Snowboarding, Mountain Biking, Running, Tough Mudder, My Dog - Hugo
  • 3. Agenda  What is Office 365  SharePoint Online  Office 365 Administration  SharePoint Administration  What the marketing does and doesn’t tell you  Service Continuity  Cloud Considerations  Trust – Security & Privacy  Office 365 Datacentre locations  Control  Cost / Benefits  Boundaries and Limits for Office 365  On-Premises / Office 365 Hybrid  Power BI for Office 365  Migrating to Office 365  Application Development  Some other things to think about
  • 4. What is Office 365? Office 365
  • 5. What is Office 365? Office 365 Lync Online
  • 6. What is Office 365? Office 365 Lync Online Exchange Online
  • 7. What is Office 365? Office 365 Lync Online Exchange Online SharePoint Online
  • 8. What is Office 365? Office 365 Lync Online Exchange Online SharePoint Online Office Pro Plus
  • 9. What is Office 365? Windows Azure Active Directory Office 365 Lync Online Exchange Online SharePoint Online Office Pro Plus
  • 10. What is Office 365? Windows Azure Active Directory Office 365 Lync Online Exchange Online SharePoint Online Office Pro Plus Azure Hosted Applications
  • 11. What is Office 365? Windows Azure Active Directory Office 365 Lync Online Exchange Online SharePoint Online Office Pro Plus Azure Hosted Applications .Net Application
  • 12. What is Office 365? Windows Azure Active Directory Office 365 Lync Online Exchange Online SharePoint Online Office Pro Plus Azure Hosted Applications .Net Application PHP Application
  • 13. What is Office 365? Windows Azure Active Directory Office 365 Lync Online Exchange Online SharePoint Online Office Pro Plus Azure Hosted Applications .Net Application PHP Application What else can you think ok?
  • 14. What is Office 365? Windows Azure Active Directory Power BI for Office 365 Office 365 Lync Online Exchange Online SharePoint Online Office Pro Plus Azure Hosted Applications .Net Application PHP Application What else can you think ok?
  • 15. What is Office 365? Windows Azure Active Directory Dynamics CRM Online Power BI for Office 365 Office 365 Lync Online Exchange Online SharePoint Online Office Pro Plus Azure Hosted Applications .Net Application PHP Application What else can you think ok?
  • 16. What is Office 365? Windows Azure Active Directory Dynamics CRM Online Power BI for Office 365 Office Web Apps Office 365 Lync Online Exchange Online SharePoint Online Office Pro Plus Azure Hosted Applications .Net Application PHP Application What else can you think ok?
  • 17. What is Office 365? On-Premises Active Directory Windows Azure Active Directory Dynamics CRM Online Power BI for Office 365 Office Web Apps Office 365 Lync Online Exchange Online SharePoint Online Office Pro Plus Azure Hosted Applications .Net Application PHP Application What else can you think ok?
  • 18. What is Office 365? On-Premises Active Directory ADFS / DirSync Windows Azure Active Directory Dynamics CRM Online Power BI for Office 365 Office Web Apps Office 365 Lync Online Exchange Online SharePoint Online Office Pro Plus Azure Hosted Applications .Net Application PHP Application What else can you think ok?
  • 19. What is Office 365? On-Premises Active Directory ADFS / DirSync Yammer Windows Azure Active Directory Dynamics CRM Online Power BI for Office 365 Office Web Apps Office 365 Lync Online Exchange Online SharePoint Online Office Pro Plus Azure Hosted Applications .Net Application PHP Application What else can you think ok?
  • 20. What is Office 365? On-Premises Active Directory ADFS / DirSync Windows Azure Active Directory Yammer Dynamics CRM Online Power BI for Office 365 Office Web Apps Office 365 Lync Online Exchange Online SharePoint Online Office Pro Plus Azure Hosted Applications .Net Application PHP Application What else can you think ok?
  • 21. SharePoint Online
  • 22. SharePoint Online SharePoint Online
  • 23. SharePoint Online SharePoint Online Site Collection
  • 24. SharePoint Online SharePoint Online SC Site Collection
  • 25. SharePoint Online SharePoint Online SC SC Site Collection
  • 26. SharePoint Online SharePoint Online SC SC SC SC
  • 27. SharePoint Online SharePoint Online SC SC SC SC SC
  • 28. SharePoint Online SharePoint Online SC SC SC SC SC SC
  • 29. SharePoint Online SharePoint Online SC SC SC SC SC SC SC
  • 30. SharePoint Online SharePoint Online SC SC SC SC SC SC SC SC
  • 31. SharePoint Online SharePoint Online Supporting Services SC SC SC SC SC SC SC SC
  • 32. SharePoint Online SharePoint Online SC SC SC SC SC SC SC SC Search
  • 33. SharePoint Online SharePoint Online SC SC SC SC SC SC SC SC Search BCS
  • 34. SharePoint Online SharePoint Online SC SC SC SC SC SC SC SC Search BCS Secure Store
  • 35. SharePoint Online SharePoint Online SC SC SC SC SC SC SC SC Search BCS Secure Store Managed Metadata
  • 36. SharePoint Online SharePoint Online SC SC SC SC SC SC SC SC Search BCS Secure Store InfoPath Forms Managed Metadata
  • 37. SharePoint Online SharePoint Online SC SC SC SC SC SC SC SC Search BCS Secure Store InfoPath Forms User Profiles Managed Metadata
  • 38. SharePoint Online SharePoint Online SC SC SC SC SC SC SC SC Search BCS Secure Store InfoPath Forms User Profiles Records Mngmt Managed Metadata
  • 39. SharePoint Online SharePoint Online SC SC SC SC SC SC SC SC Search BCS Secure Store InfoPath Forms User Profiles Records Mngmt OneDrive for Business Managed Metadata
  • 40. SharePoint Online SharePoint Online Apps SC SC SC SC SC SC SC SC Search BCS Secure Store InfoPath Forms User Profiles Records Mngmt OneDrive for Business Managed Metadata
  • 41. SharePoint Online SharePoint Online Apps SC SC SC SC SC SC SC Search Search BCS Secure Store InfoPath Forms User Profiles Records Mngmt OneDrive for Business Managed Metadata
  • 42. SharePoint Online SharePoint Online Apps SC SC SC SC SC SC SC Search CTHub Search BCS Secure Store InfoPath Forms User Profiles Records Mngmt OneDrive for Business Managed Metadata
  • 43. SharePoint Online SharePoint Online Apps SC SC SC SC SC SC SC Search CTHub App Catalog Search BCS Secure Store InfoPath Forms User Profiles Records Mngmt OneDrive for Business Managed Metadata
  • 44. SharePoint Online SharePoint Online Apps SC SC SC SC SC SC SC Search CTHub App Catalog Public Website Search BCS Secure Store InfoPath Forms User Profiles Records Mngmt OneDrive for Business Managed Metadata
  • 45. Office 365 Administration
  • 46. Office 365 Administration - Users
  • 47. Office 365 Administration – Set up SSO
  • 48. Office 365 Administration – Assign Licences
  • 49. Office 365 Administration - Domains
  • 50. Office 365 – Service Status
  • 51. Office 365 Administration - Reports
  • 52. SharePoint Online - Administration
  • 53. SharePoint Online – Site Collections
  • 54. SharePoint Online – OneDrive for Business
  • 55. SharePoint Online - InfoPath
  • 56. SharePoint Online – User Profiles
  • 57. SharePoint Online - BCS
  • 58. SharePoint Online – Term Store
  • 59. SharePoint Online – Records Management
  • 60. SharePoint Online - Search
  • 61. SharePoint Online – Secure Store
  • 62. SharePoint Online - Apps
  • 63. SharePoint Online - Settings
  • 64. PowerShell  Office 365 offers a large suit of PowerShell cmdlets for common administrative tasks  SharePoint Online? Not so much!  30 cmdlets in SharePoint Online vs 774 in SharePoint 2013 on-premises  http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/fp161364(v=office.15).aspx  Community efforts to wrap CSOM code in PowerShell cmdlets  Gary Lapointe http://blog.falchionconsulting.com/index.php/2014/01/announcing-my-custom- sharepoint-online-cmdlets/  Chris O’Brien http://www.sharepointnutsandbolts.com/2013/12/Using-CSOM-in-PowerShell- scripts-with-Office365.html
  • 65. Delegated Administrators  You can give your preferred MS Partner “Delegated Administrator” access to your tenancy  They can now log into your Tenancy Administration pages and make changes on your behalf  Delegate Administration means you do not have to purchase a license for your MS Partner to support you  And they don’t have to maintain account details for every client!
  • 66. What the marketing tells you  No upfront “infrastructure” costs  Simple per user per month licencing cost  It’s always there (99.9% uptime – Financially backed!)  Access Anywhere, Anytime on Any Device  You will save money  It’s quick, easy and idiot proof  There is no downside  It’s the future  We are “all in”  It what you should be doing…..
  • 67. What the marketing doesn't tell you  Upfront Costs  Awareness, education and training on new systems  You still need to “design” your cloud environment  You still need to migrate your content into The Cloud  You might need to invest in faster / more robust Internet connectivity  De-provisioning costs of existing infrastructure  Supporting Architecture – DirSync / ADFS – Single Sign-On  Vendor Lock-in  Lack of control of the platform  You will (should) save money if you do it right and have a medium to long term strategy  How good is your MS Partner at setting up and configuring the services?
  • 68. Service Continuity  Redundancy  Physical redundancy at server, datacenter, and service levels  Data redundancy with robust failover capabilities  Functional redundancy with offline functionality  Resiliency  Active load balancing  Automated failover with human backup  Recovery testing across failure domains  Distributed services  Distributed component services like Exchange Online, SharePoint Online, and Lync Online limit scope and impact of any failures in a component  Directory data replicated across component services insulates one service from another in any failure events  Simplified operations and deployment  Monitoring  Internal monitoring built to drive automatic recovery  Outside-in monitoring raises alerts about incidents  Extensive diagnostics provide logging, auditing, and granular tracing  Simplification  Standardized hardware reduces issue isolation complexities  Fully automated deployment models, making deployment easier than ever  Standard built-in management mechanism  Human backup  Automated recovery actions with 24/7 on-call support  Team with diverse skills on the call provides rapid response and resolution  Continuous improvement by learning from the on- call teams
  • 69. Service Continuity  Continuous learning  If an incident occurs, regardless of the magnitude of impact we do a thorough post- incident review every time  Our post-incident review consists of analysis of what happened, our response, and our plan to prevent it in the future  In the event your organization was affected by a service incident, we share the post-incident review with you  Consistent communication  Transparency requires consistent communication, especially when you are using the service  We have a number of communication channels such as email, RSS feeds, and the very important and highly relevant Service Health Dashboard  Consistent communication
  • 70. Trust - Security  Is your Cloud Provider Secure?  Do you “Trust” your cloud provider with your data?  What accreditations does you Cloud provider have (e.g. IL2 / IL3)  Are there any recorded security breaches?  What level of security to you actually need?  Could YOU do a better job of securing your own data?  Security of Data at Rest  Security of Data in Transit
  • 71. Trust - Privacy / Data Protection  Where is your data?  The laws of the land in the location where your data is stored  Check the small print of your Service Providers Terms and Conditions  Who owns your data?  And what can they do with it?  PRISM  Safe Harbor  Additional questions are:  Just how private is your data REALLY?  Are hackers REALLY going to be interested in YOUR data?  If yes, then can your Cloud provider provide “at least the same” level of privacy control that you could do yourself?
  • 72. PRISM  Clandestine mass electronic surveillance data mining program  Operated by the US National Security Agency (NSA) since 2007  Collects stored Internet Communications based on demands made to Internet companies such as Google, Microsoft, Yahoo!, Facebook, PalTalk, YouTube, Skype, AOL, Apple  Provides – E-mail, Chat (Video & Voice), Videos, Photos, Stored data, VoIP, File Transfers, Video Conferencing, Notifications of target activity (logins, etc), Online Social Networking details, Special Requests  US as a World’s Telecommunications Backbone  Much of the worlds communications flow through the US  A target’s phone call, e-mail or chat will take the cheapest path, not the physically most direct path – you can’t always predict the path.  A target’s communications could easily be flowing into and through the U.S.
  • 73. US-EU Safe Harbor  Streamlined process for US companies to comply with EU Directive on the protection of personal data  Companies operating in the EU are not allowed to send personal data to countries outside of the European Economic Area unless there is a guarantee that it will receive adequate levels of protection  Intended for organisations within the EU or US that stores customer data, the Safe Harbor Principles are designed to prevent accidental information disclosure or loss.  US companies can opt into the program as long as they adhere to the 7 principles outlined in the directive.
  • 74. US-EU Safe Harbor Principles  Notice – Individuals must be informed that their data is being collected and how it will be used  Choice – individuals must have the ability to opt out of the collection and forward transfer of the data to third parties  Onward Transfer – Transfers of data to third parties may only occur to other organisations that follow adequate data protection principles  Security – Reasonable efforts must be made to prevent loss of collected data  Data integrity – Data must be relevant and reliable for the purpose it was collected for  Access – Individuals must be able to access information held about them, and correct or delete it if it is inaccurate  Enforcement – There must be effective means of enforcing these rules
  • 75. Office 365 – Datacentre Locations  Split into Regions  North America  South America  Europe, Middle East and Africa  Asia, Australia  ------------------------------------  Office 365 Government Plans  Each Region as a Primary and Backup Datacentre  http://www.microsoft.com/online/legal/v2/?docid=25
  • 76. Office 365 – Datacentre Locations  North America  Primary: United States  Backup: United States  South America (Except Brazil)  Primary: United States  Backup: United States  Europe, Middle East and Africa  Office 365 & Dynamics CRM Online  Primary: Netherlands and Ireland  Lync Online (provisioned prior to October 2011) - May have their Lync Online services hosted in the United States  Backup: Netherlands and Ireland  Except Active Directory and Global Address Book data are hosted out of datacentres in the United States to optimize performance  Asia, Australia  Primary: Hong Kong and Singapore  Active Directory and Global Address Book data could be in Singapore, Netherlands, United States  Lync Online (provisioned prior to October 2011) - May have their Lync Online services hosted in the United States  Backup: Hong Kong and Singapore  Active Directory and Global Address Book data could be in Singapore, Netherlands, United States  Office 365 Government (US) Plans  Primary: United States  Backup: United States
  • 77. Office 365 – Data Center Locations - Brazil  For customers located in Brazil, the primary data center for SharePoint Online is in Brazil. For customers provisioned for Exchange Online after October 30, 2011, a data center in Brazil is used interchangeably with a data center in the United States as the primary data center. For customers provisioned for Exchange Online prior to October 30, 2011 the primary data center continues to be in the United States.
  • 78. Control - Or rather the lack of  You no longer control the platform  You no longer have control over platform updates  What warning / communication do you have of impending updates?  How do you test your configuration / customisations against impending updates?  What support capability is offered? /what are the SLAs?
  • 79. Cost benefits  Compare on-premises to cloud for certain scenarios  Focus on running your company rather than being an IT company that makes some widgets  Short, medium or long term investment?  Capital Expenditure to Operational Expenditure
  • 80. CapEx vs OpEx CAPEX OPEX Definition: Capital expenditures are expenditures creating future benefits. A capital expenditure is incurred when a business spends money either to buy fixed assets or to add to the value of an existing asset with a useful life that extends beyond the tax year. OPEX refers to expenses incurred in the course of ordinary business, such as sales, general and administrative expenses (and excluding cost of goods sold – or COGS, taxes, depreciation and interest). Also known as: Capital Expense Operating Expenditure, Revenue Expenditure Accounting treatment: Cannot be fully deducted in the period when they were incurred. Tangible assets are depreciated and intangible assets are amortized over time. Operating expenses are fully deducted in the accounting period during which they were incurred. In throughput accounting: Money spent on inventory falls under CAPEX. The money spent turning inventory into throughput is OPEX. In real estate term: Costs incurred for buying the income producing property. Costs associated with the operation and maintenance of an income producing property. Examples: Buying machinery and other equipment, acquiring intellectual property assets like patents, furniture and fixtures Wages, maintenance and repair of machinery, utilities, rent, SG&A expenses, license fees, office running expenses http://www.office365-singapore.com/microsoft-office-365/office-365-opex-cost-savings/
  • 81. Boundaries and Limits – Small Business FEATURE DESCRIPTION Storage per user (contributes to total storage base of tenant) 500 megabytes (MB) per subscribed user. Site collection quota limit Up to 1 TB per site collection. (25 GB for a trial). The minimum storage allocation per site collection is 100 MB. Site collections (#) per tenant 1 site collection per tenant. Sub sites Up to 2,000 sub sites per site collection Total available tenant storage 10 GB + 500 MB per user. For example, if you have 10 users, the base storage allocation is 15 GB (10 GB + 500 MB * 10 users). You can purchase additional storage up to a maximum of 1TB. Personal site storage 25 GB per user, as soon as provisioned. This amount is counted separately, and does not add to or subtract from the overall storage allocation for a tenant. Personal site storage applies to a user’s OneDrive for Business library and personal newsfeed. For more information, see Additional information about OneDrive for Business limits. Public Website storage default 5 GB A SharePoint admin can allocate up to 1 TB (the limit for a site collection). File upload limit 2 GB per file. Sync limits 20,000 items in the OneDrive for Business library, including files and folders. 5,000 items in site libraries, including files and folders. Number of users 1 - 25 users Maximum number of external users invitees Up to 500 unique external users in the directory (external users who have accepted sharing invitations). What is an external user?
  • 82. Boundaries and Limits – Midsize Business FEATURE DESCRIPTION Storage per user (contributes to total storage base of tenant) 500 megabytes (MB) per subscribed user. Storage base per tenant 10 GB + 500 MB per subscribed user. For example, if you have 250 users, the base storage allocation is 135 GB (10 GB + 500 MB * 250 users). You can purchase additional storage up to a maximum of 20 TB. Additional storage at a cost per GB per month. To buy storage, see Change storage space for your subscription. IMPORTANT You can’t buy additional storage for a trial subscription. Site collection quota limit Up to 1 TB per site collection. (25 GB for a trial). SharePoint admins can set storage limits for site collections and sites. The minimum storage allocation per site collection is 100 MB. Site collections (#) per tenant 20 site collections (other than personal sites). Subsites Up to 2,000 subsites per site collection. Personal site storage 25 GB per user, as soon as provisioned. Personal site storage applies to a user’s OneDrive for Business library and personal newsfeed. This amount is counted separately, and does not add to or subtract the overall storage allocation for a tenant. A SharePoint admin can allocate up to 1 TB per user. See Manage storage limits for OneDrive for Business libraries for details. For more information about OneDrive for Business, see Additional information aboutOneDrive for Business limits later in this article. Public Website storage default 5 GB A SharePoint admin can allocate up to 1 TB (the limit for a site collection). File upload limit 2 GB per file. Sync limits 20,000 items in the OneDrive for Business library, including files and folders. 5,000 items in site libraries, including files and folders. Number of users 1 - 250 users Maximum number of external user invitees Up to 10,000 unique external users in the directory (external users who have accepted sharing invitations). What is an external user?
  • 83. Boundaries and Limits – Enterprise, Education, and Government FEATURE OFFICE 365 ENTERPRISE PLANS (INCLUDING E1 – E4, A2-A4, G1-G4, AND SHAREPOINT ONLINE PLAN 1 AND PLAN 2) OFFICE 365 KIOSK PLANS (ENTERPRISE AND GOVERNMENT K1 – K2) Storage per user (contributes to total storage base of tenant) 500 megabytes (MB) per subscribed user. Zero (0). Licensed Kiosk Workers do not add to the tenant storage base. Additional storage (per GB per month); no minimum purchase To buy storage, see Change storage space for your subscription. IMPORTANT You can’t buy additional storage for a trial subscription. To buy storage, see Change storage space for your subscription. IMPORTANT You can’t buy additional storage for a trial subscription. Storage base per tenant 10 GB + 500 MB per subscribed user + additional storage purchased. For example, if you have 10,000 users, the base storage allocation is approximately 5 TB (10 GB + 500 MB * 10,000 users). You can purchase an unlimited amount of additional storage. IMPORTANT If you have a Government Community Cloud plan, you can purchase additional storage up to 25 TB. 10 GB + additional storage purchased. You can purchase an unlimited amount of additional storage. IMPORTANT If you have a Government Community Cloud plan, you can purchase additional storage up to 25 TB. Site collection storage limit Up to 1 TB per site collection. (25 GB for trial). SharePoint admins can set storage limits for site collections and sites. The minimum storage allocation per site collection is 100 MB. IMPORTANT If you have a Government Community Cloud plan, the limit is 100 GB. Up to 1 TB per site collection. (25 GB for a trial). SharePoint admins can set storage limits for site collections and sites. The minimum storage allocation per site collection is 100 MB. IMPORTANT If you have a Government Community Cloud plan, the limit is 100 GB. Kiosk workers (plans K1-K2) cannot administer SharePoint site collections. You will need a license for at least one Enterprise plan user to manage Kiosk site collections. Site collections (#) per tenant 10,000 site collections (other than personal sites). 10,000 site collections. Subsites Up to 2,000 subsites per site collection Up to 2,000 subsites per site collection
  • 84. Boundaries and Limits – Enterprise, Education, and Government FEATURE OFFICE 365 ENTERPRISE PLANS (INCLUDING E1 – E4, A2-A4, G1-G4, AND SHAREPOINT ONLINE PLAN 1 AND PLAN 2) OFFICE 365 KIOSK PLANS (ENTERPRISE AND GOVERNMENT K1 – K2) Personal site storage 25 GB per user, as soon as provisioned. Personal site storage applies to a user’s OneDrive for Business library and personal newsfeed. This amount is counted separately, and does not add to or subtract the overall storage allocation for a tenant. A SharePoint admin can allocate up to 1 TB per user. See Manage storage limits for OneDrive for Business libraries for details. For more information about OneDrive for Business, seeAdditional information about OneDrive for Business limits later in this article. Not available. Public Website storage default 5 GB A SharePoint admin can allocate up to 1 TB (the limit for a site collection). 5 GB A SharePoint admin can allocate up to 1 TB (the limit for a site collection). Kiosk workers (plans K1-K2) cannot administer SharePoint site collections. You will need a license for at least one Enterprise plan user to manage Kiosk site collections. File upload limit 2 GB per file. 2 GB per file. Sync limits 20,000 items in the OneDrive for Business library, including files and folders. 5,000 items in site libraries, including files and folders. 20,000 items in the OneDrive for Business library, including files and folders. 5,000 items in site libraries, including files and folders. Maximum number of users per tenant 1 – 500,000+ NOTE If you have more than 500,000 users, please contact the Microsoft represenative to discuss detailed requirements. 1 – 500,000+ NOTE If you have more than 500,000 users, please contact the Microsoft represenative to discuss detailed requirements. Maximum number of external user invitees Up to 10,000 unique external users in the directory (external users who have accepted sharing invitations). What is an external user? Up to 10,000 unique external users in the directory (external users who have accepted sharing invitations). What is an external user?
  • 85. SharePoint On-Premises / Office 365 Hybrid
  • 86. Power BI
  • 87. Application Development  No farm solutions  No web solutions  App Model  SharePoint Hosted  Auto-Hosted (beware!)  Provider Hosted  Sandboxed Solution  JSOM / REST  Deployment?  Testing?  Support?
  • 88. Things to think about  Content Migration  Connectivity  Internet Connectivity  Cloud connectivity to on-premises LOB applications  Features  Do you need features your chosen cloud doesn't have / support?  Customisations  Developing  Deploying  Maintenance / Support - Third Party Support Contracts (changes to the platform might break your code)
  • 89. Office 365 – #SPC14 updates  Full Social integration of Yammer in 365  Project codenamed Oslo – Graph Search for Office 365  365 Video portal template, using Azure media services  New Power BI capabilities in 365, dynamic mapping techniques and Natural Querying Language for BI  Office 365 fully integrated on Apple, Android and Microsoft Devices  1TB Site collection limit for 365  Infinite Scale tenancies in 365  New Elastic Encrypted Storage for 365  One Drive for Business On Premises, Hybrid or Full Cloud  Simplified global RESTful API for Office 365  Bridges between Dynamics and SharePoint  New Compose App feature for office 365, quickly throw together HTML5 apps that communicate through REST
  • 90. Links  SharePoint Online Service Description (list of features)  http://technet.microsoft.com/en-us/library/jj819267.aspx
  • 91. Thank you…