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June 2018

OneDrive for android

Microsoft OneDrive and Microsoft Office apps work with Android, too

Microsoft OneDrive and Microsoft Office apps work with Android, too

At this time when there are many options offered by Techno Giants with ever increasing features in each coming product, it is hard to get a best solution when you want to get the best of features according to your needs from a single provider. Same case happens with smartphone users who are comfortable with android as their Smartphone but primarily work on Microsoft Apps.

This problem has been solved and now OneDrive App can be installed from Google Play Store on Android devices in order to gain access to storage on the Cloud provided by Microsoft OneDrive. Not only OneDrive, but Google Play now also hosts free versions of Excel and Word on Play Store. There apps do not contain full features but offer general features that are sufficient for most users like reading and editing documents and Excel worksheets. For more details, you can have a look here

Cloud computing trends 2018

Cloud Computing Trends of 2018

Cloud Computing Trends of 2018

Since the Cloud has prevailed in almost all aspects of business, it is important to keep a check on the latest trends in order to stay competitive in the market.

• Internet of Everything (IoE)
After IoT (Internet of Things), the term IoE (Internet of Everything) will soon prevail with Artificial Intelligence being in the front of cloud. This means, devices can be interacted in an intelligent manner, much like human to human interaction.

• Rise of 5G
With more data requirements, there will be better internet quality and 5G to support the internet needs. Highly responsive, fast loading apps and services will require better quality networks.

• Security concerns
Security has always been a topic of concern with upcoming technology and cloud is no exception. There will be a greater need for enhanced security.

Cloud Hybrid Search

Cloud Hybrid Search Service (CSSA) FAQ

Cloud Hybrid Search Service (CSSA) FAQ

There are a lot of questions people ask related to Cloud hybrid Search. I have decided to compile the most frequently asked questions in the following post.

  1. How is Hybrid search different from normal cloud hybrid search?

In hybrid federated search, results are fetched from both search index in SharePoint Server 2013/2016 and as indexed in Office 365. In case of cloud hybrid search, all crawled content is processed by O365 search engine.

  1. Can Hybrid search be deployed in multiple forests environment?

Yes, Cloud hybrid search service application works under environments having multiple forests.

  1. How many crawl Databases are recommended for Cloud hybrid search application?

There is a rule of thumb in this regard. One database suffices 20 million items from the total amount of content.

  1. Are there any Forums for Cloud hybrid search discussions?

Yes, TechNet Forum hosts multiple discussions on the topic.

  1. Is there any book related to Hybrid capabilities?

There is an ebook Configuring Microsoft SharePoint Hybrid Capabilities (ISBN 9781509302437) which can be downloaded here.

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