Office Online Server (formerly known as Office Web Apps) lets users view and edit Office Documents directly in the browser, without having to download them locally. It also lets them use the Durable Links function in SharePoint Server 2016. And since Excel Services isn't part of SharePoint 2016 anymore, Office Online Server is required to use Business Intelligence features in SharePoint Server 2016. On the Exchange side, Office Online Server lets users view Office Documents in the Outlook on the web with high fidelity. When you integrate the three, SharePoint, OOS and Exchange 2016, you can use Modern Attachments On-Premises. This session will cover Office Online Server, best practices on how to install it and how to design an Office Online Server Farm. You'll also learn how to properly integrate it with SharePoint Server 2016 and Exchange Server 2016.
You will learn:
- What Office Online Server is, and what features it can bring to your business
- How to Install and Configure Office Online Server
- How to Integrate Office Online Server with SharePoint & Exchange 2016