Learn how Gamification can help motivate your Sales Team and drive increased performance, productivity, and adoption of business applicationsRead More
When your company has implemented a new intranet, the last thing you want your IT department to tell you is no one’s using it.Read More
Modern Office 365 has led to a lot of confusion about what to do with the root site collection your Office 365 environment. Communication sites and Office 365 Group sites are new site templates created by Microsoft to provide a brand new publishing and editing experience in Office 365. However, your root site collection in Office 365 is a classic SharePoint site and cannot be converted to a Modern site (yet?). A user voice exists to support this, I suggest you vote here! So what are we to do with the default root site collection in your tenant? Why not give it some meaning and Hubify it!Read More
Whats all the hubbub about!? You may have heard that Microsoft has recently deployed Office 365 Hub sites to targeted release tenants! Hub sites are a new way to organize and join your existing SharePoint sites into a centralized hub to allow for rolling up content, sharing themes between sites and maintaining a consistent navigation across multiple sites. This post will focus entirely on the shared navigation that lives on the hub site and why I think it needs a little bit of improvements in it's current state.Read More
Last week Microsoft started releasing hub sites for Office 365. Hub sites are a long awaited feature in the new Modern Office 365 experience. The introduction of Communication sites and Office 365 Groups sites has brought about a new flat architecture for building sites within SharePoint. While sub sites are still available, it is now becoming common practice to build new sites as separate site collections (Groups & Communication sites). However, when you build sites without a hierarchy, it's often difficult to understand which sites may be connected or even how the sites are connected. Hub sites will fix this issue by allowing admins to create a "hub" or a collection of sites under a single global navigation with some very cool content roll-up features. To learn more about hub sites click here.Read More
Getting started with Dynamics 365 can be overwhelming if you rush into things.
As Office 365 experts, we've seen this happen many times.
It’s easy to get excited about the capabilities you get with Dynamics - sales optimization, marketing, project management, service delivery, finance, and retail operations – the list goes on. Who wouldn’t want to dive in and just get started?
Not so fast.Read More
It’s not easy getting lean, but it’s vital for manufacturers that are seeking a competitive advantage.
According to the Lean Enterprise Research Centre, 60 percent of manufacturing operations are considered waste, which means they add no value to customers.Read More
Remember how you felt on day one of the last job you took?
You probably felt nervous and didn’t have a clue what you were doing.
It's easy to forget what it feels like to be a newbie, and how stressful it can be to learn how things are done at your new job.
Meanwhile, on the other side of the desk, managers need their new hires to get up to speed as quickly as possible.Read More
Change is good. Being prepared for change is even better. Recently, I put out a poll online to see whether or not developers have adopted the SharePoint Framework yet. Many responses for not adopting SPFx included that the new development pattern requires a complete new toolchain for development. This is true, but I recommend trying to crawl before taking your first step.
How often do critical steps get missed in your business processes?
Does information sometimes fall through the cracks, and are you still getting too many approval requests in your inbox?
Even a process that works okay right now may need changes down the road. Let’s look some ways you can make improvements and streamline things using Microsoft Dynamics 365.Read More