Day 4 of the SharePoint Conference 2012


The takeaways of the fourth and last day of the SharePoint Conference 2012.

OAuth and SharePoint

– To make a trusted connection between an application and SharePoint use OAuth

– OAuth is implemented in SharePoint and Exchange, onpremise to onpremise and to SharePoint Online. Currently there is no support to authenticate from SharePoint Onpremise to Exchange Online.

– In Office365 OAuth is using a Broker, which is the ACS (Access Control Service), for onpremise you do not have a broker

SharePoint Governance

– Define a policy for using SharePoint hosted, Provider hosted and Autohosted apps

– Check and confirm the SLA of a provider hosted app, catch up with your legal people for data sensitivity and backup/recovery

– Decide if users can install or just request apps from the app store

– Decide if you want to install apps local to one web, or for the whole “tenant”

Webtemplates and SharePoint (Online)

– Webtemplates can be used in Office365, using sandbox solutions

– Sandbox solutions are deprecated in SharePoint 2013

– No alertnative has been announced yet

– Use webtemplates instead of sitetemplates

Time to get home! Thanks Las Vegas and #SPC12

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About SharePoint Architect Joran Markx
I have been working on SharePoint projects since 2003. In addition to (lead) developer and software architect, I am certified SharePoint Technology Specialist and active in design and development of Enterprise SharePoint platforms. In 2011 I have achieved a Master of Science in IT Management. This made me capable to solve complex issues from the business in an efficient and structured way. As SharePoint Architect I am working on various challenging projects with a variety of clients. Within my organisation I fullfill a leading role when it comes to internal development and sharing of knowledge. My goal is to provide reliable and predictable services to our clients with a strong focus on the results achieved for the organisations I am working for.

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