About Me

I’m a founding architect and developer of the OnePlace Solutions suite of products which provide awesome integration between Office 365/SharePoint and the desktop. I’m passionate about delivering compelling solutions on the SharePoint platform.

I’ve created this blog mainly to share my battle wounds as I encounter, and hopefully overcome, obstacles in the world of Office 365, SharePoint, Outlook and OnePlace Solutions. You may also find some early announcements regarding upcoming releases of OnePlace Solutions products and it’s a bit of an unofficial blog from within the OnePlace Solutions development team.

You can find me as @CameronDwyer on Twitter and you may also like to connect with me on LinkedIn.

I am based in Sydney, Australia.




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  2. Hi Cameron

    I just wanted to let you know that I have just included your site’s RSS feed on a new service called “O365.Technology”. O365.Technology will aggregate and categorise content from all of the best blogs covering Office 365, Azure, Exchange, OneDrive, Dynamics etc.

    Please let me know if you need any changes to the image or category I have used. You can find your listing by looking on this page : http://o365.technology/sources .

    Many thanks



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