In an increasingly mobile-centered world, business needs are changing, and so are the tools their employees use.Read More
Intranets come with all kinds of bells and whistles these days.
Want a social newsfeed? You got it. Media gallery? No problem! But as you plan your deployment, keep in mind there are a few “must-have” features every intranet should have. These components often mean the difference between a productive, dynamic portal and one that tanks.Read More
Moving your business to the cloud is like relocating your office to a new city.Read More
Training is not just for newbies anymore.
The word is out. Enterprise companies that provide training to experienced employees, as well as new ones, not only enhance performance, they also improve morale, retention and compliance.Read More
The introduction of Office365 groups has been mostly positive. Office365 groups provide a new way for teams to collaborate together using the integration of various Office365 tools.Read More
For any of you who are familiar with Visual Studio workflows... you love the added flexibility but you also hate the Workflow Designer and sometimes the activities aren't very clear... Recently I had been working on a workflow for a ticketing system to send emails to members of a SharePoint group.Read More
Anyone who is familiar with my blog will definitely know my slight obsession with SharePoint forms. First it was SPAnyForm, then it was playing around with AngularJS simple forms and now my new obsession of using these forms to generate documents based on metadata from the form or from SharePoint lists.Read More
It’s enough to drive someone to the brink of madness.
Your HR Director or Communications Manager posts an important notice on the corporate intranet, only to get inundated by messages from employees asking him or her to email it.Read More
IT and Marketing are like young siblings at the dinner table. They depend on each other, but you wouldn’t know it from the way they bicker.Read More