Office365 · sharepoint 2013 · SharePoint 2016 · sharepoint online

SharePoint Online Set a site collection as Read Only

There are many different business scenarios when we want to set a SharePoint site collection as read-only mode (as shown in above screenshot) to prevent any further addition/modification of content but simultaneously to make the existing content available to the users. In SharePoint on-premise, this was primarily done via central administration or using powershell. But… Continue reading SharePoint Online Set a site collection as Read Only

Azure · Graph API · Microsoft Graph · Office365

Quick guide to basics of Microsoft Graph API

What is Microsoft Graph? Microsoft Graph is a REST API endpoint exposed via https://graph.microsoft.com. It provides a unified access endpoint to all the data, office graph intelligence and insights available inside your Office 365 tenant. If you are familiar with Facebook's Graph API you can consider this as Office 365 version of that. Wait, but Office… Continue reading Quick guide to basics of Microsoft Graph API

Migration · Office365 · SharePoint

Preparing for SharePoint Online migration

SharePoint product has had a very drastic transition over the past few years. Many features are deprecated and many solution practices which we used to follow are no more supported. So this blog will give you details of the things to watch out for or to be remediated before you move into cloud. No farm solutions … Continue reading Preparing for SharePoint Online migration

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SharePoint Online Migration

Every organization intranet and every product are slowly moving to cloud platform. SharePoint is no different and have better features in its cloud platform( SharePoint on steroids 🙂 )  than on-premise version. This blog will provide some key things which can help you in defining a cloud strategy for your SharePoint investments. Part 1 - Assess your… Continue reading SharePoint Online Migration