How to find all access apps per site collection in Sharepoint Online

Access Services Retirement  On March 27, 2017, Microsoft announced the retirement of Access Services in SharePoint Online through the Office Retirement Blog. https://techcommunity.microsoft.com/t5/Office-Retirement-Blog/Updating-the-Access-Services-in-SharePoint-Roadmap/ba-p/57148 We no longer recommend Access Services for new apps and web databases. In SharePoint Server this feature will be supported in accordance with the Microsoft Lifecycle Policy. This feature will be retired…


Friendly URLs and Search Results

Publishing Portal and Enterprise Wiki sites feature the convenience of Friendly URLs, which work in tandem with Managed Navigation to replace location-specific URLs with location-agnostic, more human-readable URLs. Physical URL: https://contoso.sharepoint.com/sites/Departments/Pages/Information%20Technology.aspx Friendly URL: https://contoso.sharepoint.com/sites/Departments/IT In this example, the page https://contoso.sharepoint.com/sites/Departments/Pages/Information%20Technology.aspx is referenced by the navigation term ‘IT’. By default, the Friendly URL is derived from the…


Auto-Acceleration in SharePoint Online

Information Technology is often tasked with two opposing goals: increase productivity by giving better and easier access to data; while at the same time, protecting that data from unauthorized access.  This means that services such as SharePoint Online (and Office365 in general) must be able to correctly identify the user requesting the information, authenticate that user,…

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InfoPath Thresholds with SharePoint Online

InfoPath Forms in Microsoft SharePoint Online gives you the ability to deploy your organization’s forms and enable users to fill out these forms by using a Web browser. There are many ways you can configure InfoPath Forms Services depending on the needs of your organization This article explains the Timeouts and thresholds when utilizing InfoPath with…


Handling Ransomware in Sharepoint Online

What is Ransomware or a Crypto Virus? Ransomware is a malware that blocks access to various items demanding a ransom in order for the creator to release the lock they have imposed.  Once the ransom is paid, the creator of the ransomware will presumably provide whatever is needed to regain access. For more information on Ransomware please…