Adding an Access 2013 App to Office 365 for SharePoint Online

Microsoft® Access 2013 Apps can be published to SharePoint Online, Office 365. Users need to activate the “SharePoint Server Publishing Infrastructure” feature of SharePoint Online before attempting to create an App in Access. One activates this feature at the top level of the SharePoint Online farm. We attempted to activate the feature at a site collection level, without success. Once the publishing infrastructure has been activated at the top level of the SharePoint Online farm, all of the site collections below will inherit the activated feature. We created a “Custom App” in Access 2013 with a couple of mouse clicks….
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Configure InfoPath Forms Services for Office 365 E3 Plan SharePoint Online through the Administration Center

This is another post in our current series, which looks at the features included in the Administration Center for Office 365 E3 Sharepoint Online. Office 365 E3 Plan SharePoint Online Administrators can configure InfoPath Forms Services through the Administration Center. It is important to note that ” . . . configuration settings [effected through the Administration Center] apply only to user form templates. User form templates are form templates that are not deployed by an administrator” (quoted from an article,

SharePoint Workspace is the Preferred Method for Daily Computing for SMBs with Office 365 SharePoint Document Libraries

Rehmani Consulting, Inc. offers a number of video training courses on SharePoint as offered on Microsoft® Office 365. We thought it would be useful to provide a blog post on how we found a method of maintaining persistent data communication with our Office 365 SharePoint E3 plan. In fact, we had encountered some obstacles when we first attempted to establish this persistent data connection; therefore, we hope the following information is useful. It may be useful to note at the start that our interest in establishing a persistent data communication with our Office 365 SharePoint 2010 document libraries stemmed from…
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