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  • Managing the SharePoint Style Sheet Cascade

    Posted by Carmen Carter on June 8, 2018.

    SharePoint default styling allows for the quick creation of sites and pages that are ready to publish and show to users without worrying about design work beforehand. A custom master page, on the other hand, can create a unique look-and-feel to yo... Continue reading...

  • Password Reset Flow: Best Practices for Custom Applications

    Posted by Jake Mozack on June 1, 2018.

    I was recently asked by a client to write a password reset flow for a custom web application, with the ability to mass reset all passwords. Time was of the essence, and they had not interfaced with their SSO service using a custom application yet.... Continue reading...

  • What else can we do with Azure?

    Posted by Andy Arellano on May 30, 2018.

    ​ The world has been working with the MS cloud extensively for the last 8 years It seems like we almost have it mastered. Still, there are important nuances and connections that are not readily apparent without looking deeply into the documentation.... Continue reading...

  • Passing Managed Metadata into a Nintex Workflow via Workflow Variable

    Posted by Mike Schaefer and Matt Lavieri on May 18, 2018.

    ​ Nintex is a wonderful tool. I say that because it is. However, there are times where working with Nintex can lead down a rabbit hole of “why isn’t this possible”. Recently, we came across a situation where we needed to pass a managed metadata valu... Continue reading...

  • An Effective, User-centric Approach to User Acceptance Testing

    Posted by Julia Bliss on May 11, 2018.

    Our clients often express the logistical and practical challenges of UAT (User Acceptance Testing). These challenges include inaccessibility to business users due to competing priorities, long test cycles, lack of end user training on the applicati... Continue reading...

  • 5 Considerations When Using Hub Sites with Modern SharePoint UI

    Posted by Matt Lavieri on May 7, 2018.

    Site Collection Associations: Since Hub Site associations are at the Site Collection Level you should consider creating new Site Collections for most new sites. This will allow the greatest flexibility to grow and adapt with your business. If... Continue reading...

  • Prototypes: Take Wireframes to the Next Level

    Posted by Lily Carmody on April 27, 2018.

    Cool designs make people excited to use new technology. Whether the new system will be a total overhaul of a company’s intranet or a smaller solution tailored to one department, the end users are oftentimes the most interested in what the final sit... Continue reading...

  • Introduction to Office 365 eDiscovery

    Posted by Michael Essling on April 20, 2018.

    ​Overview eDiscovery (Electronic Discovery) is the process of identifying, finding and capturing electronic information to be utilized as evidence in legal cases. eDiscovery is one of many features built into the Office 365 Security and Compliance C... Continue reading...

  • Office 365 Site Scripts – Site Provisioning made easy

    Posted by Mike Schaefer on April 13, 2018.

    In the last couple months, Microsoft has introduced a new feature to Office 365 called Site Scripts. They are, basically, a representation of steps to perform automatically after a site has been created. What this means is you can automate boilerp... Continue reading...

  • Basics of Modern UI Branding

    Posted by William Klingelsmith on April 6, 2018.

    Since its inception, SharePoint has given its users a vast amount of control over how information is laid out and how the overall aesthetics of a site looks. This level of control has been incredibly beneficial in the corporate world because it al... Continue reading...


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