I am completely inspired by Dr. Seuss this week as my kids celebrate his birthday by dressing in all green one day, donning crazy hair the next with Friday culminating in dressing up as their favorite Dr. Seuss character (I … Read More
Social media has permeated every aspect of our lives and every facet of the Internet. In some ways, it has become synonymous with the web. While some websites are completely dedicated to social media, nearly all sites have some social … Read More
At this point you have likely heard the news that Microsoft has announced the discontinuation of InfoPath. This was officially released on January 31st. A new version is expected to replace the desktop version but timeframe is … Read More
Executive Considerations for SharePoint 2013 – Reviewing for new expansion
SharePoint has been around for over 10 years, making the software a strong contender in the enterprise marketplace. It is the dominant software for creating organizational intranets with a recent … Read More
It is pretty easy to just throw up anything on your SharePoint website, but if you want some type of organization to it, you need to plan it. Planning involves evaluating your business needs and deciding which content features in … Read More
I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: SharePoint not only enables collaboration, it collaborates too.
There is a tremendous amount of power to be gained by connecting SharePoint with other business management applications. When those applications are Microsoft … Read More
I frequently get asked “What is SharePoint?” or “What does SharePoint do?”.
The short answer is that it is a collaboration portal solution that can connect people to their teams, organizations, customers, documents and more. But that description barely even … Read More
By now we have all heard the buzz over the power of using SharePoint in conjunction with Microsoft Dynamics GP. Microsoft is touting that SharePoint Server is the fastest growing product in the company’s history, which is pretty impressive given … Read More
Microsoft SharePoint is designed to make collaboration easy, and document libraries allow your team members to create, edit, and share common documents with one another. They can create and edit Microsoft Office files from the library as though they were … Read More
“Millions of dollars in savings” is a phrase just about all CIOs would love to say to their colleagues. Revlon’s CIO, David Giambruno recently had that opportunity when the global cosmetics maker migrated its business operations to Microsoft Dynamics AX … Read More