Me and my team are right in the middle of a sprint and I wanted to have more insights into our burndown. This was a bit hard because not all of us are working on the same days on the project. Some have full capacity for the sprint, some only a couple of days. See... Continue Reading →
Keeping the SharePoint Client Browser community tool keeps up to date with the releases of SharePoint Client Side Objects Model (CSOM) has been on my To Do list for way too long. No more waiting to support the latest CSOM for SharePoint Online: This month is supporting the October 2019 SharePoint CSOM release. Updated CSOM release: SharePoint Online CSOM... Continue Reading →
The Sensitivity labels are being supported by most of the Office clients nowadays, want to know which capabilities are supported on Windows, Mac, iOS, Android and Web. Check out this Microsoft Docs article https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/microsoft-365/compliance/sensitivity-labels-office-apps.
Earlier this month the AIP team released Sensitivity labels for Word, PowerPoint & Excel and Sensitivity labels GA for Outlook Web (Office 365). But it seems they have more! Which makes sense because we are missing Outlook on Windows support. It's not entirely a surprise, the Microsoft 365 Roadmap already indicated "Rolling out" for feature ID... Continue Reading →
Last Friday the Azure Information Protection team announced they released (GA) Sensitivity labels for Outlook Web Access (OWA). More details found on https://support.office.com/en-us/article/apply-sensitivity-labels-to-your-documents-and-email-within-office-2f96e7cd-d5a4-403b-8bd7-4cc636bae0f9.
I regularly get the question if I have a baseline for Sensitivity labels. Although this is very much depending on your needs and requirements, I'm using a set for demo purpose which can help you kick start your content classification. Important to keep in mind with Sensitivity labels is, it is key to have proper... Continue Reading →
This week the Azure Information Protection team announced there is an issue in the current AIP SDK with regards to refreshing the policy. Details on the issue around the root cause and work around can be found on Tech Community. The issue is also impacting the Azure Information Protection Unified Labeling client Only the issue... Continue Reading →
Last week we enjoyed one more time the Office 365 & SharePoint Connect conference in beautiful Haarlem, The Netherlands. Below the church which is right across the conference center and can't be missed! My session title covered Azure Information Protection and Azure Conditional Access. Although I covered more because the Information Protection product suite is... Continue Reading →
The SharePoint Community is still alive and kicking! Last Saturday more than 250 people attended SharePoint Saturday Netherlands (SPSNL) organized by the DIWUG (Dutch Information Worker User Group). It's amazing people spending their day off during the weekend to attend a community driven conference. Even when the temperature was above 30° Celsius (86° Fahrenheit). Our... Continue Reading →