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  • SharePoint Virtual Summit Wrap-Up

    Posted by Liam Cleary, SharePoint MVP on May 16, 2017.

    ​May 16th was a great day for those of us that work within SharePoint. If you did not participate then you truly missed some great information about the future of SharePoint and Office 365. The event was similar to the May 4th event from last year, ... Continue reading...

  • Office 365: The New SharePoint Homepage

    Posted by Mike Schaefer on May 12, 2017.

    ​So you may not have noticed, but Office 365 has gone through some significant changes in the last few months. One of the most notable is the addition of the SharePoint homepage. Now on the surface this page looks relatively barebones but there’s... Continue reading...

  • An Overview of Kentico

    Posted by Sujinder Pothula on April 24, 2017.

    ​Kentico is an ASP.NET based platform for building websites and providing an all in one solution covering Content Management, E-Commerce and Online marketing. As a CMS platform, Kentico stands out because of its extensive set of OOTB content managem... Continue reading...

  • 2017 Technologies Driving GRC Change

    Posted by Scott Wisniewski, Managing Director on March 31, 2017.

    ​Digital transformation was probably one of 2016’s top buzzwords, meaning many different things to different analysts, journalists and vendors. For me, it represents real and significant investments in modernizing IT infrastructures, including those... Continue reading...

  • SharePoint Mobile Apps for Windows 10 Mobile, Android and iOS

    Posted by Melvin Petties on March 7, 2017.

    ​A robust interface for SharePoint Online (O365 for now, support for on-prem coming soon) is now available for every major mobile platform.  Microsoft is really excited about this release as it is more than the past/familiar "obligatory&qu... Continue reading...

  • Introduction to Microsoft Flow: Creating An Out-of-Office Request

    Posted by Maggie Swearingen on March 6, 2017.

    ​Microsoft Flow is a user-friendly way to create workflows between line-of-business applications. Introduced in mid-2016, Flow let’s business users create notifications, move data, and automate approvals among popular applications such as Google Dri... Continue reading...

  • Building Dashboards: SharePoint On-Premises, Office 365 & Power BI

    Posted by Liam Cleary on February 1, 2017.

    ​Business Intelligence Dashboards allow organizations to provide business stakeholders with insights into their organization’s performance by organizing unstructured data and displaying it through a clear and intuitive visual interface. By displayin... Continue reading...

  • How to Find Event Functions for DOM Elements

    Posted by Daniel Wilberger on January 18, 2017.

    ​Sometimes when debugging website javascript code it isn’t immediately apparent what exactly is happening or even where to start looking.  Event functions can be buried in numerous script files and bound dynamically so tracking them down is a t... Continue reading...

  • Office 365: A functional review of the new Groups

    Posted by Josh Jackson on November 18, 2016.

    ​Office Groups are one of the latest offerings to come to the Office 365 suite of products. This article will provide an overview of how Groups are intended to function and how your team can leverage that functionality to collaborate effectively and... Continue reading...

  • Conditionally Validate Attachments in Nintex Forms Using JavaScript

    Posted by Matt Lavieri on November 10, 2016.

    ​When using Nintex Forms and Workflow together in a status driven process we sometimes find ourselves needed unique validation based on a status. While Nintex provides the ability to do conditional validation logic for most controls this is not the ... Continue reading...


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