Have you run into a situation where customers are interested in a SharePoint application (Expense, Requisition or Invoice Management) but don’t require an integration with Dynamics, rather a proprietary or legacy application? In those scenarios our SharePoint applications accommodate them … Read More


Even though it has been a month since Convergence 2015 the session guide still sits on my desk. I have some weird mind block in discarding it as it continues to remind me of the main messages from the conference, … 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


This year’s Office 365 upgrade brings a host of new features to the service in general and to SharePoint Online in particular. SharePoint online is ripe with new features, including improvements in collaboration, organization, discovery, building, and management.


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Step by Step: A BCS Overview

We’re often asked about what SharePoint’s Business Connectivity Service (BCS) in SharePoint 2010 and 2013  can be used for and how difficult it is to set up. While the short answer is pretty simple … Read More


As we’ve all come under tight times these days, it seems that the working environment around SharePoint is changing dramatically. As the usage of the product has grown, so has the cottage industry around it. 

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The owner of the world’s most widely used operating system and office software suite has updated its logo for the first time since 1987. The new look is reductionist and modern, abandoning the bold-italic font of the previous logo. It … Read More


Yes!  Now, more than ever, SharePoint Online can scale to fit the needs of just about any organization, large or small.

When SharePoint Online (SPO) was initially released, it would only support up to 20,000 Active Directory entries (more specifically, … Read More


I’ve noticed a trend when talking to individuals from small to mid-sized businesses: when I mention the word “SharePoint”, I see a glint of fear in their eyes.  It would seem that somewhere along the line, SharePoint got the reputation … Read More


Improving Collaboration with Microsoft OneNote and SharePoint

Taking notes during a meeting or event is something we all do to some extent.   And just like with everything else, technology has evolved to both facilitate compiling and enhance the usefulness of notes.  Microsoft OneNote came onto the seen … Read More