Keeping in line with the announcements made during the month of May in the event “Future of Share Point” Microsoft has begun rolling out the first set of changes which allows the users of SharePoint and One Drive to copy and move files between them.
This change will facilitate the users to create the content for Business inside One Drive and publish the final version of the content to a wider audience on the Share Point site.
Microsoft has unveiled their future vision for Share Point which is a flexible web based platform enabling the businesses and users to communicate in a secured private environment, share data and manage workflows.
Furthermore, Microsoft in an effort to enhance the user experience (UX) has revamped it’s offering through Share Point mobile apps, redesigning their Share Point homepage and integrating it with mobile apps.
We at Bitscape understand this new vision of Microsoft Share Point like no other and are constantly striving to help businesses around the world to comprehend these changes in a way that can increase the efficacy of their businesses in the terms of productivity and costs.
Bitscape has been a trusted Microsoft partner for three consecutive years having won the Microsoft Partner of the year award as recently as 2014.
We at Bitscape believe in delivering value to each of our customer by firstly understanding and identifying their pain areas and only then addressing the issues by proposing a solution from a wide range of solutions which would ensure the desired business outcome.
Bitscape prides itself in having a robust competency in delivering Microsoft Share point solutions to it’s global and domestic clients spread across business verticals.
The new vision of Microsoft Share Point has been well interpreted by the expert team at Bitscape and how it can be woven into the business requirements of the businesses.
We at Bitscape believe that the changes introduced in Share Point by Microsoft and which were rolled out on yesterday August 11,2016 would only ease the process of moving/copying the files between OneDrive and SharePoint making the process relatively hassle free.
This new feature also intelligently provides suggestions to the user of the probable locations where the copied file could be moved thereby reducing the burden of remembering the path and final destination of the file to be moved.
However there has been a notable restriction related to the size of the file that can be transferred. Microsoft has put a restriction on the maximum size of the file per copy operation to be at 50 MB that can be moved between One Drive and Share Point.
Nonetheless there are strong indications from Microsoft to incorporate the following feature in the future roll outs: –
- Microsoft will increase the limit of the size of the file (currently at 50 MB) that can be moved.
- Enabling the user to Copy files among Share Point team sites.
- Permitting the users to move and copy files between Share Point team sites as well as One Drive Sources.
Source: – MSPoweruser, Network.office.com