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  • O365 Search - Deleting Tenant Level Result Types

    I have a really big client on the east coast.  We are automating the deployment of many of the search components in O365, very cool stuff.  However, not everything is hugs and kisses.  Turns out when you import a search configuration at the tenant level, you may import some Result Types.  Unfortunately, there is no link on the ...
    Posted to CJG (Weblog) by cjg on March 10, 2015
  • Transitioning from O365 Preview to O365 V1

    Back in April I started writing a course for developing on Office 365.  Mainly focused on the O365 APIs (Mail, Calendar, Contacts and Files).  As part of building the course, I was able to provide quite a bit of feedback to engineering (check out my uservoice and the items that have since been implemented) on the various gaps that I ...
    Posted to CJG (Weblog) by cjg on November 22, 2014
  • Developing for Office 365

    Here is the outline of the latest ACS Course.  If you are a consulting company and want to get your team up to speed, let me know and we can setup a remote training engagement! Introduction to Office 365Sign up for Office 365 DeveloperExplore Office 365 Admin CenterExplore Office 365 Services (Outlook, Calendar, People, Newsfeed, ...
    Posted to CJG (Weblog) by cjg on July 15, 2014
  • O365 and Non-ADFS Federation - It's not O365's fault

    I'm not a fan of ADFS.  It sits right below Azure Access Control Services (ACS).  ACS used to be my favorite identity provider aggregation platform, but how times change (ref this post).  Several new players are entering the market and all of them realize the missing gaps in ADFS and ACS.  Therefore, the drive to make a ...
    Posted to CJG (Weblog) by cjg on June 11, 2014
  • O365 is not secure

    I used to think it was.  After all the amazing things you read on the O365 Trust Center, you all but think it is Fort Knox (well, at least one part of it is right Bill Baer?)  Let me go back to that title. "O365 is not secure...once you start adding users".  Last week I blogged about a security oversight in O365's ...
    Posted to CJG (Weblog) by cjg on June 4, 2014
  • Apache Cordova, Apache Ripple, Visual Studio 2013 and O365 APIs

    "Mobile first" has become a common theme these days and building code and applications that you can write once and deploy to multiple target platforms is a key to achieving reach and use for your backend platform.  With the O365 APIs being release a few weeks ago, you can now do REST development against O365 exchange services (Mail, ...
    Posted to CJG (Weblog) by cjg on May 31, 2014
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