If your current work situation is confined to on-premise SharePoint, don’t let circumstance turn you into a dinosaur! Pop up out of your gopher hole (or cube wall) and stay up to date or become familiar with how to work in Azure.
Long story short, InfoPath 2013 will work in SharePoint Server 2016, and will make migrations easier.
However, Microsoft appears to have kicked the can further down the road, leaving solution architects with more time to either wait for Microsoft to possibly reverse its decision to totally outsource forms development, or align with one of the MS-sanctioned forms + workflow providers and not look back.
How often do you need to explain SharePoint to someone who is unfamiliar with it, or who hasn’t looked at SharePoint in several years?
Simon Allardice, Senior Author at lynda.com, prepared a dynamite YouTube presentation that introduces SharePoint quite well. I encourage you to view this presentation to pick up a few pointers or just play the video for your audience. He’s a great presenter and this video is professionally produced.
Since SharePoint has been out for a while many decision makers have been exposed to SharePoint but are unaware of its newest, advanced capabilities.
Simon’s presentation is a solid starting point for a conversation with your organization’s stakeholders or a prospective customer.
Take a look and share your thoughts. Let Simon know if you appreciate the effort and if it helps you better inform your audiences.