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SharePoint 2010 Development with Silverlight by Matt Jackson, Paul Stubbs, Bob German

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14. SharePoint and Silverlight in the Cloud

SO FAR IN THIS BOOK, you’ve worked through many Silverlight solutions for SharePoint, and getting to this point is an achievement. This chapter builds on what you’ve learned and shows you how to integrate Silverlight into SharePoint Online as a service within Office 365.

The Microsoft Office365 product offering consists of three relatively distinct parts:

1. Communications—Instant Messaging, Voice and Video calls, and web conferencing

2. Email with Outlook 2010 and Outlook Web Access

3. Collaboration with SharePoint Online

A great way to think of SharePoint Online is the same as SharePoint 2010—a web portal through which individuals can store and exchange documents, as well as other information such ...

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