Microsoft is planning on releasing new SharePoint mobile apps for iOS, Android and Windows starting this quarter, as well as a new OneDrive Universal Windows Platform application for Windows 10.

Company officials will release more details about Microsoft's SharePoint future roadmap during a May 4 "Future of SharePoint" virtual event.

SharePoint provides content management and collaboration capabilities. It's one of Microsoft's multi-billion-dollar businesses in its own right, and currently has more than 190 million users in 200,000-plus companies, Microsoft officials say.

As officials have made clear previously. those using SharePoint Online, rather than SharePoint on-premises, will get all new features first. Some of the features on this list won't ever make it into SharePoint on-premises, as some of those are cloud-dependent (for example, anything dependent on Office 365 Groups or the Office Graph).

Microsoft officials recently disclosed when sharing details about its OneDrive cloud-storage roadmap that the company didn't plan to deliver synchronization of SharePoint Online document libraries with the OneDrive sync client until toward the end of calendar 2016. But the comapny does plan to provide some other SharePoint-OneDrive synchronization in the interim period.

Microsoft also plans to deliver a OneDrive Universal Windows Platform application for Windows 10 this quarter (most likely later in May), officials said...

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