With this in mind, connect the wireless access point directly to your own laptop or desktop for configuration.
However, you should be cautious when using this feature. Sharing any site within a Site Collection enables the external user to see everything in that Site Collection, not just the sub-site you think you're sharing.
Microsoft recommends creating a new Site Collection and sharing that with External Users if you don't want them seeing internal information.
To create a new Site Collection in SharePoint Online:
- Navigate to https://portal.microsoftonline.com/ and sign in with your administrator account.
- Click Manage under SharePoint Online.
- Then select Manage site collections on the next page. From here you will be taken to the administration center:
- Select the New dropdown, the Private Site Collection.
- Once this site collection is created, it can be shared using the Site Actions menu.
For over five years, Baroan Technologies has been using a custom-written software to track all of our help desk tickets and on-site worksheets. For several years we had an employee manually enter each billable help desk call into QuickBooks (small business accounting software) for Invoicing. Now, using the built-in functionality of QuickBooks, the QuickBooks Web Connector, and their well-documented API, we are able to cut the work that used to take several hours each day into a single click that takes less than a minute to run.
We are constantly sharpening our own day-to-day systems by customizing the programs we utilize and integrating new software when we reach a plateau. Why not let us see what we can do to make your daily operations smoother? Contact us.
(This has been a President Post by Guy Baroan)
Some successful examples of “CLOUD” applications include: CRM applications such as SalesForce.com, MicrosoftDynamics, Netsuite and others; E-MAIL applications such as Hosted Exchange by Microsoft. Online Backup applications have been around for a very long time and are a form of “CLOUD.” Everyday new applications are moving to the “CLOUD.”
In the next 5 to 10 years, most of the applications that we use will be in the “CLOUD.” Your office of today will be different. You may have a smaller, thinner workstation or client, maybe even your smart phone, that will access your business applications, but the servers will be somewhere else in the world. Your data access speeds will be unlike anything we have available today.
2) Click on Manage under Exchange Online
3) Click on Mail Control, then click on Rules:
6) Enter a size in KB in the popup. Click OK.
7) In the Do the following box, select Block the message->Reject the message and include an explanation:
8) Enter the Rejection Message and click OK. Then slick Save.