The build up to today's release was quite an experience,
with rumors about the release date, speculation about the implications
of the release, statements from Microsoft® experts hailing
SharePoint 2016 as "hybrid at the core" and "the reinvention of
productivity" and many other things that could be dismissed as hype
if not inextricably linked to the words "Microsoft" and
So let's not kid ourselves. They meant every word. And that in itself
warrants serious thought.
It's no surprise, then, to learn that SharePoint 2016 really is hybrid
at its core, presenting businesses with various options to consider
in light of all current strategies, budgets, future plans, etc.
Right from the start, your business is given three deployment options:
on-premises, cloud, or hybrid. Choosing on-premises or cloud, or
opting for the hybrid combination of both, will require some serious
Is the effort of migration from SharePoint 2010 or SharePoint 2013 to
SharePoint 2016 really worth it?
It's an interesting question, but one can that only be answered by the
organization asking it. The much touted "best of both worlds"
scenario stands up to scrutiny. New features like Data Loss
Prevention (DLP), SQL Server, SharePoint Search, Minrole and Zero
Downtime offer a range of potential benefits such as cost-saving,
enhanced speed and security, and less downtime.
Not surprisingly, Bamboo Solutions has been busy producing tailored
solutions designed to enhance the potential of the new release. With 11
products currently available, many more are in the works and will be
We are continuing to build on our reputation as a world-leading
provider of tailored solutions for businesses across the local, national
and international spectrum. Stay tuned to Bamboo Nation and take
advantage of a wealth of SharePoint 2016 information and guidance by our team of technical
04 2016, 08:00 AM
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and working in Paris, France, before moving to America, getting
married, and joining the Bamboo team.