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  • From Build It and Go, to Ready to Go with SharePoint

    From Build It and Go, to Ready to Go with SharePoint

    For many years, businesses viewed SharePoint as a framework on which to build solutions. The combination of flexibility and editing tools provided allowed them to design customized solutions which met business requirements.    But technology is changing. And so is how we use and want to consume it.

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  • Office 365: 2014 Highlights, Preparing for 2015

    Office 365: 2014 Highlights, Preparing for 2015

    We've heard a lot about the "new" Microsoft over the last few years, complete with promises of fast innovation and the impact this would have on existing products. Microsoft delivered on these promises in 2014, with the addition of many new features and products within Office 365.

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  • SharePoint Adoption Tips and Tricks #SPC14

    As organizations struggle to provide users with meaningful solutions to improve daily work, user adoption has become a big area of focus. In many cases, the adoption issue has little or nothing to do with the technology and really comes down to the culture, the people and the end goal.

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  • Navigating the Microsoft Forms Roadmap #SPC14

    Tuesday morning at the SharePoint conference people packed the room for the news on the updated Forms Strategy from Microsoft. Since the announcement that InfoPath 2013 would be the last release, the community has been waiting to see what would come next.

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  • The End of the InfoPath Era

    The End of the InfoPath Era

    Ever since the release of Office 2013 there has been speculation about the future of the information worker toolset, specifically InfoPath and SharePoint Designer. In SharePoint 2010, the go-to tools for information workers trying to build solutions within SharePoint were the browser, Office Applications, SharePoint Designer and InfoPath.

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  • A Square Peg in Round Holes: Using SharePoint for Multiple Solutions

    When I discuss SharePoint's value with various decision makers one thing always comes up: the value of using it as a single platform to fill multiple needs within an organization.

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  • CMSWire's Top Contributors 2013 - Jennifer Mason

    There's a lot to be said about customization, but Jennifer Mason enjoys exploring the possibilities of out of the box SharePoint uses. Jennifer's focus on practical applications based on real world scenarios reminds us all what the technology is there for in the first place: to get the job done.

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  • 'Have it Your Way' SharePoint: Two Paths, Many Options

    Many of the conversations I've had over the last year were filled with questions and concerns about the future of SharePoint and what the addition of Office 365 would bring to the mix.

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  • Using SharePoint to Build an Interactive Onboarding Experience

    Orientation benefits employees and companies to gain knowledge and build teams. But it also provides an opportunity to introduce new recruits to the tools they'll be using in their daily work. Here's a real life example of a SharePoint solution created for exactly that purpose.

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  • Grow Your Business with Yammer Breakout #WPC13

    Monday afternoon at the Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference I attended a session entitled “Grow Your Business with Yammer.” The session was led by Sarah Gunderson, who joined Microsoft as part of the Yammer acquisition.

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  • Building SharePoint Solutions: Defining the Business Needs

    While it's true the industry is changing and that workplaces are becoming more social, collaborative and interactive, it's also true that it's hard to teach an old dog new tricks! And, if the rate at which I can complete things depends on my ability to memorize a folder structure, once

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  • Driving User Behavior within Your SharePoint Solutions

    As I help people build out their SharePoint solutions many groups use the phrases “one single location to access content” or a “single source of truth” to describe their end goals.

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  • SkyDrive Pro: Now Available for All

    When Office 2013 was first released, the client included SkyDrive Pro. This client application was available only with a new SharePoint 2013 installation and allowed for a user to sync content from a SharePoint library to their local machine or mobile device.

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  • Real World Examples: SharePoint Expense Request Solution

    So often when we look at how to work with SharePoint we focus in on specific features or functionality based on a silo of information, but the power of SharePoint comes in the ability of users to create simple solutions by combining multiple techniques and tools.

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