In this installment of the weekly discussion revolving around the latest news and topics on Microsoft 365, hosts – Vesa Juvonen (Microsoft) | @vesajuvonen, Waldek Mastykarz (Microsoft) | @waldekm, are joined by Alistair Pugin (Tangent Solutions) | @AlistairPugin – Head of Cloud Services based in South Africa. Since hearing about SharePoint Syntex recently during the monthly SharePoint Community call – November 2020, gain additional insights and perspective on Syntex during this call. Enterprise Content Management (ECM) is dead, long live content services. Syntex is ECM2.0. What Power BI does for Structured Data, Cortex does for unstructured data. Intelligence is built into unstructured data, now access it. Also discussed: Hybrid is an end state. The intelligent intranet now supersized with Cortex, how AI supports Syntex and Microsoft Teams is the centralized access point to everything.
This episode was recorded on Monday, November 16, 2020.
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Here are all the links and people mentioned in this recording. Thanks, everyone for your contributions to the community!
- Announcing a new, redesigned Microsoft Graph changelog – Microsoft 365 Team
- Announcing general availability of Microsoft Teams Resource-specific consent and read channel messages – Nick Kramer (Microsoft)
- Power Automate Desktop November 2020 update – Yiannis Mavridis (Microsoft)
- Microsoft 365 Patterns and Practices (PnP) – November 2020 update – Microsoft 365 PnP team | @m365pnp
- Episode #128 – Resource Specific Consent (RSC) with Microsoft Graph and Microsoft Teams – Paolo Pialorsi (PiaSys) | @paolopia
- Connect your React app to Microsoft 365 – Waldek Mastykarz (Microsoft) | @waldekm
- Connecting to SharePoint Online CSOM using a non-interactive, headless application, through user delegation – Dominique St-Amand (UMAknow) | @domze
- A simple SPFx file upload by drag&drop including PDF conversion – Markus Möller (Avanade) | @Moeller2_0
- There’s now an API to add or update custom branding to Azure Active Directory sign-in pages – Tom Morgan (Modality Systems) | @tomorgan
- Calling the Microsoft Graph with PnP PowerShell – Paul Bullock (CaPa Creative) | @pkbullock
- Multilingual support review of SharePoint Online – An information architecture perspective – Stefan Bauer (N8D) | @StfBauer
- Add emoji to your Channels in Microsoft Teams – Matt Wade (jumpto365) | @thatmattwade
- Starting Retention Based on a Date Column in SharePoint Online – Joanne Klein | @JoanneCKlein
- REgarding 365 – REgarding 365
- Microsoft Search deep-dive – Sarah Haase | @sarahhaase
- At-mentions lower stress – Darrell Webster (Datacom) | @DarrellaaS
- New Microsoft Teams meetings setting “Only the organizer can bypass the lobby” – Juan Carlos González (Ricoh España) | @jcgm1978
- Mapping or clearing crawled property to managed property mappings using PowerShell (or code) – Mikael Svenson (Microsoft) | @mikaelsvenson
- Required SharePoint Document Metadata – Flow Trigger – Laura Rogers (IW Mentor) | @WonderLaura
- Part 2 – SharePoint Spaces structures – Joel Rodrigues (Storm Technology) | @JoelFMRodrigues
- Automating location check-ins with Power Automate – Chris O’Brien (Content and Code) | @ChrisO_Brien
- New Journey Ahead… Joining the Microsoft Graph Team! – Sébastien Levert (Microsoft) | @sebastienlevert
- Stop Recording Sessions for Free Virtual Events – Mark Rackley (PAIT Group) | @mrackle
- PnP Sharing is Caring initiative – Getting started guidance and training for using GitHub and contributing to the community
- Check out all the great community calls, SDKs, and tooling for Microsoft 365 from https://aka.ms/m365pnp
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Microsoft 365 Patterns and Practice – 17th of November 2020