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  • The Power of the Microsoft Cloud App Security Broker, MCAS, Solution

    Posted by Andy Arellano, Protiviti on June 21, 2019.

    ​As anyone in IT can tell you, what was true yesterday in terms of capabilities will most likely not be true in a year.  In fact, heavily adopted platforms like Cloud technology will more than likely not have the same limited set of features in... Continue reading...

  • Risk & Health Assessments for Microsoft SharePoint

    Posted by Liam Cleary on February 6, 2019.

    Organizations have been using Microsoft SharePoint as their collaboration platform and content management solution for over 18 years now. Over the years, SharePoint has grown in its capabilities and continues to become an effective tool that organi... Continue reading...

  • Responsive Image Display Tips

    Posted by Carmen Carter on December 6, 2018.

      After an image file has been properly prepped ( for uploading to a SharePoint picture library, the next step is to display the image on a web page. The SharePoint ribbon’... Continue reading...

  • How to Send Custom Emails with Microsoft Flow

    Posted by Haniel Croitoru, Microsoft MVP on October 29, 2018.

    ​Microsoft Flow automates workflows between your favorite apps and services to get notifications, synchronize files, collect data, and much more. Flow can also be used to perform a Mail Merge using a couple of Microsoft SharePoint lists. This works ... Continue reading...

  • Adding Custom Styles to a SharePoint Page

    Posted by Carmen Carter on July 6, 2018.

    The best practice for styling a SharePoint site collection is to centralize all CSS in a style sheet (or set of style sheets) that are referenced on the master page or page layouts. This approach ensures a coherent and consistent design and prov... Continue reading...

  • 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...

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