Microsoft’s underlying integration between Office 365 and Azure continues to allow Microsoft to develop experiences that tie in with services that we’re highly accustomed to within the SharePoint realm. One of the new capabilities recently added to the gamut of colors to paint your SharePoint environment’s feature set with is PowerApps.
If you’re interested in hearing more about PowerApps, come on out to the Reston SharePoint User Group next week. More details area available here:
During most Office 365 IT Pro sessions related to getting started with Office 365, a tenant is needed for demonstration purposes. This usually only lasts about 5 minutes of the overarching presentation, but I’ve found it helpful for when an individual needs to see exactly how it’s completed.
As such, I’ve started a new series of sorts on the topic of IT Pro related topics and basic walk throughs. For provisioning an Office 365 E3 / E5 tenant, there’s a quick walkthrough available here:
If you’ve got questions, don’t hesitate to add a comment or send a note via Twitter (@binarybrewery) and I’ll do my best to update or offer information.