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Configuring Microsoft SharePoint Hybrid Capabilities

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Configuring Microsoft SharePoint Hybrid Capabilities
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Publisher: Microsoft Press
ISBN-13: 9781509302437
Number of pages: 192

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This book draws together the SharePoint Server and Office 365 hybrid workloads and user experiences in one place, providing solid guidance to meet business needs and achieve productivity goals in the cloud-enabled workplace.

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