• Selecting users for your Microsoft Teams pilot phase

    Giuliano De Luca | Blog | Probably the most important part of the release of Microsoft Teams in a company is the pilot phase, namely introducing the new tool gradually. This phase is essential in order to figure out how Teams works and exploring the functionalities, this is something that could be conducted by a few Teams involved in several topics like IT security, governance, data protection and so on. In order to do that the tenant admin has to configure the Azure Active Directory properly across Powershell, but there is a requirement, in fact, it’s necessary to install Powershell cmdlet for Office 365. Basically, there are two possibilities to release Microsoft Teams only for few people:

  • Now my blog is a progressive web app

    Giuliano De Luca | Blog | I transformed my blog into a progressive web app, this has taken awhile only some minutes, in fact, this is definitely one benefit of PWA.

    What is a Progressive Web App?

  • SPS Madrid 2018 - wrap up

    Giuliano De Luca | Blog | I have had the great honor to be chosen as speaker for SharePoint and Office 365 Saturday Madrid 2018, a community event in the Microsoft venue. The event has been epic, arranged very well from these guys:

  • Adding custom data to users using Microsoft Graph extensions part 2

    Giuliano De Luca | Blog | In the previous article I talked about the Microsoft Graph open extensions, in this second part I’ll write on schema extensions, which as you can presume, are different. The schema extensions give you the ability to extend an entity like administrativeUnit, device, event, message, organization, post, and user with new properties. Once you created schema extensions the status will be “InDevelopment”, this means that can be used only by the App which has it generated.

  • Adding custom data to users using Microsoft Graph extensions part 1

    Giuliano De Luca | Blog | Many business scenarios of custom solutions require storing custom user data, imagine for example, when you want to save the preferred language of a user, the theme or which links to display in the UI, in conclusion, preferences of the user. In the SharePoint conference North America 2018 Microsoft has presented a real use case in SharePoint online across a SharePoint Framework extension deployed tenant-wide, it means available to the entire tenant, in the footer which allows the user to save in the user profile the favorites links.

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