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The comprehensive licensing guide to Microsoft Power Automate (formerly Flow) and Power Apps

NOTE: I’ve joined Microsoft, and will no longer update this guide after December 16th, 2019. This is both because my role within Microsoft isn’t geared towards licensing, and also because I feel the guidance on the Power Platform licensing becoming… Read More »The comprehensive licensing guide to Microsoft Power Automate (formerly Flow) and Power Apps

SharePoint Server 2016 Release Candidate and Project Server 2016 Release Candidate are now available

SharePoint Server 2016 Release Candidate and Project Server 2016 Release Candidate versions were released today, January 19th. I’ve been fortunate enough to have been working with SharePoint since the earliest versions in around year 2000, so after so many generations… Read More »SharePoint Server 2016 Release Candidate and Project Server 2016 Release Candidate are now available

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Recommended approach to provisioning content types in SharePoint 2010, 2013 and SharePoint Online

Much has been written and even more has been discussed about content types in SharePoint. Since there are so many ways to provisioning content types, I wanted to capture the essential information for anyone in need of clear advice on… Read More »Recommended approach to provisioning content types in SharePoint 2010, 2013 and SharePoint Online