SharePoint Updates: SSO for Yammer, REST, and Why SharePoint Isn't Dead Yet

SharePoint Updates: SSO for Yammer, REST, and Why SharePoint Isn't Dead Yet

Next time you see a rash of "SharePoint is dying" articles, you'll be glad you read the post below.

And remember this: There are a lot of smart, hard-working people who have thrown their lot in with Microsoft's collaboration platform.

We're thankful for their help!

Why SharePoint Is Not Dying
This post by Simon Hepburn aptly points out the good side of SharePoint.

SharePoint List REST Query Filter Contains
A quick solution to the question of how to do a query for list items containing a particular string. SharePoint Ben gets into SharePoint development using REST.

SharePoint Mobile: Automating Image Rendition Deployments
Todd Baginski offers a time-saving tip for SharePoint developers. It has to do with using image renditions in a SharePoint web site, and it's one he and his team use.

Setting Up Single Sign On For Yammer And ADFS
With Yammer and SSO in place, you can offer your users the ability to use their regular credentials to log into Yammer, and you can automatically provision new Yammer accounts, among other things. In Adam Toth's post on the Life on Planet Groove blog, you can learn how to get started.

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