Microsoft SharePoint 2010 is all about enabling its users to set up websites for the sake of sharing information.  Using SharePoint 2010, people can easily share ideas and expertise, and create custom solutions for definite needs, and then find the … Read More

 

With social networking websites like Facebook and Twitter working up a storm in the virtual social world, it IS integral for enterprises or organizations to up their game by accommodating their networking tools to encompass such demands. The idea of … Read More

 

Many organizations today face the issue of real time data needs. Those needs may be in very different segments of your organization or in different departments. What organizations want and need is “now data” in addition to data from yesterday … Read More

 

Gartner recently released their Magic Quadrant for Business Intelligence (BI) Platforms which had Microsoft leading the pack with the greatest completeness of vision and ability to execute on their vision.  According to Gartner researchers, one of the things that set … Read More

 

Global 360 conducted a survey of SharePoint users in August 2010 and repeated it in January 2011 to draw some interesting comparisons.  One of the things that the survey revealed was that SharePoint 2010 is being more rapidly adopted and … Read More

 

Business Connectivity Services (BCS), formerly known as Business Data Connectivity Services (BDC), is a feature of SharePoint 2010 that allows organizations to surface external data within SharePoint 2010.  Well, that sounds great, but what does it really mean?

Imagine you … Read More

 

When it comes to connecting information workers with the information they need to do their jobs, Microsoft SharePoint 2010 has two options, both of which provide a highly personalized, efficient, and effective search experience for end-users, IT professionals, and developers … Read More

 

We’ve all been there before, the first day on the job we spend a few minutes filling out forms during the on-boarding process that usually requires us to provide the same information on several different forms– name, address, Social Security … Read More

 

How do you build systems around company specific workflows in your business and integrate them to Dynamics?  SharePoint and Dynamics GP  are the answer.  SharePoint along with SharePoint Designer and InfoPath are great tools to automate your operational business workflows … Read More

 

SharePoint 2010 has provided many enhancements in the workflow arena.  Workflows are conditions with actions on those conditions to automate processes.  An example could be an approval of an expense request.  When a user submits an expense request in SharePoint … Read More