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SharePoint Online: Friend or Foe?
Introduction
Work & Community
Share Conference | 4
SharePoint Online general benefits
Friend? or Foe?
• Workloads suitable for SharePoint Online
• Recognize and overcome SharePoint Online challenges
• The main differences wi...
Let’s see some hands
Let’s go back in time
BPOS aka SharePoint 2007 “light”
That’s why its SharePoint 2007 “light”
Goodbye BPOS and welcome Office 365
Many changes but was it enough?
Here we are: SharePoint Online 2013!
Suitable workloads for
SharePoint Online
Business scenario’s ready for the Cloud
Personal storage
Share Conference | 17
Demo
Share Conference | 18
Overview of your personal documents
Share Conference | 19
Documents you are following
Share Conference | 20
Documents shared with you
Inline controls
Site folders
Site folders
Integration with Explorer
Share documents with iPad App
Share documents with iPad App
Edit in Word App for iPad
Edit in Word App for iPad
Create new Word documents
Create new Word documents
Save to OneDrive for Business
Directly available!
OneDrive for Business challenges
New features on its way
Smart Search
Yammer discussions
Friendly URL
http://contoso.onedrive.com
https://contoso-
my.sharepoint.com/personal/garthf_contoso_onmicrosoft_com
Unfrie...
Customer Project Portal
Stop!
Best of both worlds
Why SharePoint Online?
SharePoint Online Project site
Why use Yammer?
Yammer features
Share Conference | 45
Demo
Create a project site
Create a project site
Share sites with all internal employees with read
permissions
Project members in members group
Create a separate group for external members
Assign permissions to external members
Install the SharePoint Yammer app
Add to SharePoint site
Sign and connect to your profile
Choose the Group feed
Enter the Group ID
Get the ID from the URL
Yammer Group connect to SharePoint
Project leader assigns project tasks
Get a clear overview of all the important tasks
Connect the project calendar to your Outlook client
Example project site
Centrally stored project documents
Select a document to share
Invite an external project member
Access request sent to site owners
E-mail received to approve/decline sharing request
View access request
Approve or decline request
Start a dialogue before approving
External person can log in
Connect to Live ID and sign in
Open in the browser
Edit in Word Online
External person requests access
Dialogue between external person and owner
Assign to external members group
Owner receives an e-mail
View access request
Post document to Yammer
Collaborate about the document
Invite external person to Yammer
External person receives invitation
External person able to Connect & Collaborate
Connect & Collaborate
Connect non live ID e-mail address
Connect non live ID e-mail address
Connect non live ID e-mail address
Connect non live ID e-mail address
New features on its way!
Office 365 groups?
Project Portal challenges
Information architecture: Document Management
Information architecture: SharePoint customer site structure
Security: Sharing administration panel
Security: Sharing administration panel
Security: Sharing administration panel
Security: Sharing administration panel
Security: Sharing administration panel
Security: Mobile devices
Security: Offline content
Intranet Portal
Challenges
Office 365…full steam ahead!
Azure AD
Password Sync.
Office Online
real-time co-authoring
The New
Office
Improved Sharing
Emails
Office 365
Adapter
Emb...
Challenge: Release cycle
Functionality updates
Platform updates
Release cycle: Type of updates
Release cycle: Improvements
Release cycle: Message center
Release cycle: Message center
Release cycle: First release
Release cycle: First release
Release cycle: NDA preview
Release cycle: Public roadmap
Release cycle: Update process
Share Conference | 116
Release cycle: Communications
Release cycle: Be patient
Challenge: Staging & Life cycle management
Staging & Life cycle management: Use one tenant?
Staging & Life cycle management: Deployment
Challenge: Hybrid
Hybrid: Integration limited to…
Hybrid: Search
Hybrid: Managed Metadata
Hybrid: User Profile Service
Hybrid: Content Type Hub
Hybrid: Requires an investment
Hybrid: Minor improvements
Challenge: Identity Management
Identity Management: Options
Challenge: Governance
SharePoint On Premises versus SharePoint Online
The winner is?
SharePoint Online/Office 365 is the future
SharePoint Online/Office 365 is the future
SharePoint Online/Office 365 is the future
Friend or Foe?
• SharePoint Online is a suitable option for certain
workloads
• Create a SharePoint Governance structure to “control” the...
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This is an important question many customers ask themselves. Microsoft is heavily promoting their Cloud services with SharePoint Online as their showpiece. The SharePoint Online platform did mature over the years and has become a worthy and realistic replacement for SharePoint On-Premises. SharePoint Online offers Intranet and Extranet business solutions and contains the latest SharePoint features. Although this sounds great, many customers aren’t sure and are hesitant of the Cloud. What they really wonder: is SharePoint Online a friend or a foe?

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  • Anyone on BPOS?

    SharePoint Online 2007 was part of BPOS. The first Cloud version of SharePoint 2007 On Premises. BPOS was released in 2008 around 1.5 to 2 years after the On Premises release. BPOS really offered a light version of SharePoint 2007. The features were aimed at building basic Intranet Portals with:

    Company brand / look & feel
    Document Management
    Team Sites
    News
    Workflow with SharePoint Designer 2007

    I worked on really nice and functioning SharePoint portals for internal collaboration.
  • There was still a major gap with SharePoint On Premises that prevented companies moving to the Cloud. The major differences were:

    Search: It wasn’t possible to search through multiple Site Collections. The Search was limited to one Site Collection. Customers with many site collections had to maintain multiple Search centers. This was very time consuming.
    Business Intelligence: SharePoint Online 2007 didn’t provide any support for Performance Point to create advanced management dashboards.
    Line of Business: SharePoint Online 2007 didn’t support an integration with Line of Business systems.
    Development: There wasn’t an option to work with full trusted code. Customers were limited to JavaScript, JQuery and SharePoint Designer to customize SharePoint Online 2007.
  • In 2011 Microsoft dropped BPOS and introduced Office 365. SharePoint Online 2010 proved to be a more mature version of SharePoint Online with many of the same features as SharePoint 2010 On Premises:

    My Site
    Term Store (Managed Metadata)
    Search multiple site collections and refinement panel
    Sandbox Solutions for more development options
    BCS

    This new release introduced new scenarios:

    Extranet through the external invites system
    Internet through the Internet template

    For the first time an release schedule was introduced to new features. One of the first updates were:

    BCS
    External Invites

    These were features that weren’t available during the release of SharePoint Online 2010.
  • Although SharePoint Online 2010 was a major improvement compared to SharePoint Online 2007, there were still gaps compared to the On Premises version. These were the most important ones:

    Business Intelligence: There was still no support for Performance Point Services. There were more BI options by using Excel, Access and Visio Services. Excel Services made it possible to publish Excel sheets and display charts and data.
    Search: Although the Search engine was a major improvement compared to SharePoint Online 2010 there were still features missing:
    FAST Search
    Custom iFilters
    Control Crawl schedules
    Internet: The Internet capabilities of SharePoint Online 2010 weren’t comparable to SharePoint 2010. Customers had to use templates and gadgets provided by Microsoft. The out-of-the-box WCM features for SharePoint 2010 Internet Sites weren’t available.

  • Office 365 version 2.0 was introduced in 2013 with all the 2013 version of Exchange, Lync and SharePoint. This time the release was only a couple of months after SharePoint Server 2013. Microsoft announced their Cloud first strategy at the 2012 SharePoint Conference in Las Vegas. From this moment, new features and updates are released in SharePoint Online 2013 first before available for SharePoint Server 2013.
    The differences with SharePoint Server 2013 are so minor that the online platform stepped out of the shadow of SharePoint Server and finally matured. New and improved features such as:

    Social
    Search
    eDiscovery
    PowerShell support
    App store
    Information Rights Management

    A fully functional release cycle was introduced.
  • Why should you use SharePoint Online/OneDrive for Business for a storing online work documents?

    1 TB: Every business users receives 1 TB to store documents, pictures or videos. You can limit the storage to 50, 100, 250 or 500.
    Standalone subscription: You aren’t required to buy SharePoint licenses to use OneDrive for Business. You can acquire a standalone subscription. Very reasonable prize for 2.50 dollar per month per user.
    Office Online: You are able to work with Office Online to create or edit Office documents within the browser.
    Apps: Apps are available for Windows 8 Desktop and RT and iOS. Android has Office Mobile
    Yammer: Post documents to Yammer to share with all your colleagues or a group
    Sharing documents: Very easy and user friendly to share documents with colleagues or external users


  • Only show when features aren’t available yet.
  • Auditing: No auditing system in place, to get an overview of all your end-users sharing of document with external users. You have to visit each site, per colleague, to view what documents are shared and with whom.

    Sensitive content: By enabling external sharing you can’t prevent users adding documents with sensitive content in OneDrive and sharing it with external people.

    Governance: How do you apply Governance without auditing and controlling sensitive content? Totally rely on trust of your employees.
  • Start typing = start finding. The new OneDrive for Business search box is now smarter. You simply start typing to find a document that was shared with you, or one that you tucked away several folders deep. And just as important as finding what you are looking for is taking immediate action—like sharing these files—directly from within your search results. Note the circular sharing icon in the image below.
      The OneDrive for Business search box is scoped to the content, documents, and folders that have been shared with you and files that live in your Site Folders. This means you’ll find what’s closest and most relevant to you much faster.
  • Start typing = start finding. The new OneDrive for Business search box is now smarter. You simply start typing to find a document that was shared with you, or one that you tucked away several folders deep. And just as important as finding what you are looking for is taking immediate action—like sharing these files—directly from within your search results. Note the circular sharing icon in the image below.
      The OneDrive for Business search box is scoped to the content, documents, and folders that have been shared with you and files that live in your Site Folders. This means you’ll find what’s closest and most relevant to you much faster.
  • Most of us work in projects and most of the time with our customers or partners. Wouldn’t it be great if we can collaborate and share content from one central location? Easy accessible by yourself, your colleagues and external team members? Building a customer project portal in SharePoint Online is a perfect workload to facilitate in the Cloud.
  • The solution for an efficient external collaboration process is the combination of SharePoint and Yammer.
  • Quick deployment: You don’t need to set-up local resources such as a separate server with an AD and SharePoint Portal
    Licenses external users: You don’t have to buy additional licenses for external users. You can invite them. Licenses can be acquired and are relatively cheap.
    Lower costs: Overall costs are a lot cheaper then realizing this scenario within your on premises. This is based at local hardware, software, configuration and licenses.
  • The Project Site contains all the features you require for project collaboration with external partners.

    Tasks & Timeline: The project leader can assign tasks to all the project members. An overview of all the project tasks is presented at the home page of the project site.
    Notebook: Every project site has an integrated OneNote Notebook. This Notebook is accessible through the browser and any mobile device through the OneNote App.
    Calendar: A central calendar to add all important project events such as project meetings.
    Yammer Feed: Connect to the Yammer Group for the project and use it to start discussion.
    Document libraries: A central library to store all project documents instead of sending by e-mail. Collaboration within documents enable by the power of SharePoint Online.
    Easy to share: The project leader, who is the site owner, can share the site and its content easily with the external project members.
  • Yammer really enhances the power of SharePoint Online with three features:

    Connect & Collaborate: The power of Yammer is the ease of connecting people, internally or externally, and enable collaboration in an user friendly Social platform. It allows the project members to ask each other questions, come to agreements and review important documents.
    Mobile Apps: Yammer is available as an App for all popular mobile devices. This enables to project members stay up-to-date and keep connecting and collaborating at anytime and anyplace.
  • How are you going to structure your project documents? Are you going to use folders? Metadata? A Taxonomy? Or even enable versioning? In case you don’t create an agreement or rules every project site will become different from the other and eventually become unworkable and chaotic. At my previous employer we had project sites without any Governance. Every project leader had his or her own methods and this resulted in different project sites and a complete mess for storing documents.
  • explanation
  • Auditing: No auditing system in place, to get an overview of all your end-users sharing of document with external users. You have to visit each site, per colleague, to view what documents are shared and with whom.

    Sensitive content: By enabling external sharing you can’t prevent users adding documents with sensitive content in OneDrive and sharing it with external people.

    Governance: How do you apply Governance without auditing and controlling sensitive content? Totally rely on trust of your employees.
  • SharePoint Online is part of Office 365 a
  • Cloud first
    Monthly releases of updates and new features
    Need to be aware of content of updates and impact on tenant
    Change management
    Impact on Apps
    Current challenges of the release cycle:

    App stability:
    Unaware of coming updates/changes
  • explanation
  • explanation
  • First access to selected production service updates
    Ideal for staging environments
  • First access to selected production service updates
    After two weeks, after first release, updates are released to the general public (this takes time!!)
  • Pre release program, before features are released publicly
    30 – 90 days
  • Public roadmap:
    Screenshots
    Impact
    Timeline to first release
    Released soon
  • Public roadmap:
    Screenshots
    Impact
    Timeline to first release
    Released soon
  • Rolling out new features takes time. For example the document library new top navigation. Took weeks before every customer had the new features. Also some people had the new feature within one company and others didn’t.
  • Hopefully we all by know that the most important thing in life is keeping the production environment stable, clean and safe. With our on premises farms this is done relatively easily with virtual machines, hyperV ect. For our SharePoint Online tenant we don’t have this luxury. To just create multiple staging site collection is a NO GO:

    Shared Service Applications such as the managed metadata, including content type hub, search, user profile services. Making changes or tests within these application can have a big impact on your production environment.
    You need to acquire an additional Office 365 tenant for test and acceptance. At the moment the downside is that you can’t control the MS changes to each tenant, so your production tenant can receive updates before your test tenant. This is hopefully going to change with First Release.
  • Managed Metadata: Changing the structure or parts of the structure such as groups, term sets, terms has an impact on the production environment. There is also one content type hub
    Content type hub: There is only one content type hub. Adding new content types or changing current ones impact the production environment.
    User Profile: Adding or changing profile properties impacts current users profiles
    Search: Creating demo content such as documents are picked up by Search and can end up in the production search results
  • Not all companies want to migrate all their SharePoint workloads to the Cloud but want to start with a hybrid solution. This should offer a seamless integration between both an on premises and online SharePoint environment. End-users shouldn’t able to notice the difference. This isn’t as easy as it sounds.
  • The real exchange between data in SPO en On Premises is really limited to:

    Search
    BCS
    Duet
  • You are able to view on premises search results in SPO and vice versa. This is limited to the result block.
    Are you going to use this feature? Please make it clear to the end-users which results are from which platform.
    Hopefully in the future results are combined within the main results instead of the result block
  • You have to make a large investment for a hybrid solution in the shape of extra hardware, licenses, software and a smart consultant to implement this for you. This isn’t a cheap solution!
  • You have to make a large investment for a hybrid solution in the shape of extra hardware, licenses, software and a smart consultant to implement this for you. This isn’t a cheap solution!
  • explanation
  • explanation
  • explanation
  • What are the main differences:

    Control & automate: You have no control over the SharePoint Server such as the Central Administration. This limits you in changing timer jobs for example for the managed metadata service application to processes changes in the taxonomy. There is no control over Search crawls, this is automated by Microsoft and its unclear when you can expect new search results to appear. You can’t deploy content, solutions or execute maintenance of your SPO portal with the full feature set of PowerShell.
    Internet Solutions: SPO doesn’t come with the full feature set of WCM capabilities to build Internet portals. Although the Office 365 Internet Solution is limited compared to on premises you can make very cool websites. Just take a look at the Sparked website.
    Development: You are never going to be able to deploy full trust solutions in SPO. Microsoft developed the App model, that’s the future, for more advanced development solutions. The App model is the future of custom development for SPO.
  • explanation
  • PowerBI
    Office Graph
  • Ask who already is using SPO
  • Transcript of "SharePoint Online - Friend or Foe"

    1. 1. Jasper Oosterveld Sparked SharePoint Online: Friend or Foe?
    2. 2. Introduction
    3. 3. Work & Community
    4. 4. Share Conference | 4 SharePoint Online general benefits
    5. 5. Friend? or Foe?
    6. 6. • Workloads suitable for SharePoint Online • Recognize and overcome SharePoint Online challenges • The main differences with SharePoint On-Premises Share Conference | 6 What I’ll Cover
    7. 7. Let’s see some hands
    8. 8. Let’s go back in time
    9. 9. BPOS aka SharePoint 2007 “light”
    10. 10. That’s why its SharePoint 2007 “light”
    11. 11. Goodbye BPOS and welcome Office 365
    12. 12. Many changes but was it enough?
    13. 13. Here we are: SharePoint Online 2013!
    14. 14. Suitable workloads for SharePoint Online
    15. 15. Business scenario’s ready for the Cloud
    16. 16. Personal storage
    17. 17. Share Conference | 17 Demo
    18. 18. Share Conference | 18 Overview of your personal documents
    19. 19. Share Conference | 19 Documents you are following
    20. 20. Share Conference | 20 Documents shared with you
    21. 21. Inline controls
    22. 22. Site folders
    23. 23. Site folders
    24. 24. Integration with Explorer
    25. 25. Share documents with iPad App
    26. 26. Share documents with iPad App
    27. 27. Edit in Word App for iPad
    28. 28. Edit in Word App for iPad
    29. 29. Create new Word documents
    30. 30. Create new Word documents
    31. 31. Save to OneDrive for Business
    32. 32. Directly available!
    33. 33. OneDrive for Business challenges
    34. 34. New features on its way
    35. 35. Smart Search
    36. 36. Yammer discussions
    37. 37. Friendly URL http://contoso.onedrive.com https://contoso- my.sharepoint.com/personal/garthf_contoso_onmicrosoft_com Unfriendly  Friendly 
    38. 38. Customer Project Portal
    39. 39. Stop!
    40. 40. Best of both worlds
    41. 41. Why SharePoint Online?
    42. 42. SharePoint Online Project site
    43. 43. Why use Yammer?
    44. 44. Yammer features
    45. 45. Share Conference | 45 Demo
    46. 46. Create a project site
    47. 47. Create a project site
    48. 48. Share sites with all internal employees with read permissions
    49. 49. Project members in members group
    50. 50. Create a separate group for external members
    51. 51. Assign permissions to external members
    52. 52. Install the SharePoint Yammer app
    53. 53. Add to SharePoint site
    54. 54. Sign and connect to your profile
    55. 55. Choose the Group feed
    56. 56. Enter the Group ID
    57. 57. Get the ID from the URL
    58. 58. Yammer Group connect to SharePoint
    59. 59. Project leader assigns project tasks
    60. 60. Get a clear overview of all the important tasks
    61. 61. Connect the project calendar to your Outlook client
    62. 62. Example project site
    63. 63. Centrally stored project documents
    64. 64. Select a document to share
    65. 65. Invite an external project member
    66. 66. Access request sent to site owners
    67. 67. E-mail received to approve/decline sharing request
    68. 68. View access request
    69. 69. Approve or decline request
    70. 70. Start a dialogue before approving
    71. 71. External person can log in
    72. 72. Connect to Live ID and sign in
    73. 73. Open in the browser
    74. 74. Edit in Word Online
    75. 75. External person requests access
    76. 76. Dialogue between external person and owner
    77. 77. Assign to external members group
    78. 78. Owner receives an e-mail
    79. 79. View access request
    80. 80. Post document to Yammer
    81. 81. Collaborate about the document
    82. 82. Invite external person to Yammer
    83. 83. External person receives invitation
    84. 84. External person able to Connect & Collaborate
    85. 85. Connect & Collaborate
    86. 86. Connect non live ID e-mail address
    87. 87. Connect non live ID e-mail address
    88. 88. Connect non live ID e-mail address
    89. 89. Connect non live ID e-mail address
    90. 90. New features on its way!
    91. 91. Office 365 groups?
    92. 92. Project Portal challenges
    93. 93. Information architecture: Document Management
    94. 94. Information architecture: SharePoint customer site structure
    95. 95. Security: Sharing administration panel
    96. 96. Security: Sharing administration panel
    97. 97. Security: Sharing administration panel
    98. 98. Security: Sharing administration panel
    99. 99. Security: Sharing administration panel
    100. 100. Security: Mobile devices
    101. 101. Security: Offline content
    102. 102. Intranet Portal
    103. 103. Challenges
    104. 104. Office 365…full steam ahead!
    105. 105. Azure AD Password Sync. Office Online real-time co-authoring The New Office Improved Sharing Emails Office 365 Adapter Embedded Images PDFs in Word Online Updated Lync mobile clients OneNote for iPhone and Android phones Q&A manager Power Map for Excel Directory Sync Max Objects Auto Increase Windows Azure Active Authentication DirSync Scoping and Filtering Exchange Online Inactive Mailboxes PDF support for SharePoint Online Lync Online Integrated Reporting Office Online Update Windows Azure Active Directory Sync Tool-update Admin Add Retention policy and tag management Office 365 SSO with SAML 2.0 Identity Providers Exchange Online Address Book Policies Excel Online update SharePoint Newsfeed App for Windows 8 Lync meeting scheduling from OWA Exchange Online Archiving add- on Rights Management Services OneNote for iPad New features since 2013…wow! SharePoint Online Platform Improvements IM mute EXO: 50 GB Mailboxes Exchange group naming policy Directory Sync Max Objects Auto Increase New SharePoint Workflows Yammer basic integration Encrypted Data Project codename “GeoFlow” preview for Excel Directory Sync Max Objects Auto Increase Office 365 Admin Mobile App OneDrive for Business Sync for Windows Lync Online Remote PowerShell Lync mobile clients Office Mobile for iPhone & Android phones Go Daddy Integration OWA for iPhone & OWA for iPad Lync and SharePoint Service Reporting Connecting Skype & Lync OneDrive for Business apps for Windows 8 & iOS Message Center Shared with Me 50 GB mailbox Office 365 Switch Plans OneDrive for Business Storage increase Lync Online Q&A manager
    106. 106. Challenge: Release cycle
    107. 107. Functionality updates Platform updates Release cycle: Type of updates
    108. 108. Release cycle: Improvements
    109. 109. Release cycle: Message center
    110. 110. Release cycle: Message center
    111. 111. Release cycle: First release
    112. 112. Release cycle: First release
    113. 113. Release cycle: NDA preview
    114. 114. Release cycle: Public roadmap
    115. 115. Release cycle: Update process
    116. 116. Share Conference | 116 Release cycle: Communications
    117. 117. Release cycle: Be patient
    118. 118. Challenge: Staging & Life cycle management
    119. 119. Staging & Life cycle management: Use one tenant?
    120. 120. Staging & Life cycle management: Deployment
    121. 121. Challenge: Hybrid
    122. 122. Hybrid: Integration limited to…
    123. 123. Hybrid: Search
    124. 124. Hybrid: Managed Metadata
    125. 125. Hybrid: User Profile Service
    126. 126. Hybrid: Content Type Hub
    127. 127. Hybrid: Requires an investment
    128. 128. Hybrid: Minor improvements
    129. 129. Challenge: Identity Management
    130. 130. Identity Management: Options
    131. 131. Challenge: Governance
    132. 132. SharePoint On Premises versus SharePoint Online
    133. 133. The winner is?
    134. 134. SharePoint Online/Office 365 is the future
    135. 135. SharePoint Online/Office 365 is the future
    136. 136. SharePoint Online/Office 365 is the future
    137. 137. Friend or Foe?
    138. 138. • SharePoint Online is a suitable option for certain workloads • Create a SharePoint Governance structure to “control” the impact of SharePoint Online changes • Office 365 is the future for SharePoint innovation / new features • Review your business requirements before making a decision between the Cloud or on premises Share Conference | 138 Key Points to Take Home
    139. 139. jasperoosterveld@hotmail.com www.jasperoosterveld.com www.linkedin.com/in/jasperoosterveld www.facebook.com/sharepointjasper @SharePTJasper
    140. 140. Resources OneDrive plans & pricing OneDrive official blog One place for all your work files - introducing OneDrive for Business OneDrive for Business updates web user experience File and Folder Considerations with OneDrive for Business One-Way Outbound Hybrid Search Step-by-Step and OneDrive for Business SharePoint Online: software boundaries and limits What is Windows Azure Rights Management? Manage external sharing for your SharePoint online environment Share sites or documents with people outside your organization Windows PowerShell for SharePoint Online ADFS VS DIRSYNC WITH PASSWORD SYNC: THE USER EXPERIENCE Implementing Office 365: Password Sync vs. ADFS
    141. 141. Resources Drag and drop requirements & limitations SP24 - SharePoint Online vs On-Premises vs Hosted - Making the Right Choice Pre-Release Programs Hybrid for SharePoint Server 2013 SharePoint Hybrid, what you do and don’t get Hybrid SharePoint Environments with Office 365 Office 365 Demo Request permission as external user Office 365, SharePoint Online and SharePoint 2013 On-Prem Feature Matrix File Migration for SharePoint Online & OneDrive for Business Information Protection and Control (IPC) in Office 365 with Microsoft Rights Management service (RMS) whitepaper Yammer brings conversations to your OneDrive and SharePoint Online files
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