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SharePoint Modern Experience Preparation

I thought it would be good idea to cover a new task I took on recently. SharePoint modern experience is a cool new end user experience update. With this new modern experience, we inherit a responsive SharePoint site, slick features and webparts that will cover your business use cases. And if not, SharePoint Framework has […]

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[Guide] Building Your Modern Intranet

The digital workplace is undergoing a transformation, but company intranets are often left behind. Many organizations struggle to provide an engaging intranet experience, and many traditional intranet projects fail to meet organizational objectives. According to Gartner, “Since the emergence of the intranet in the mid-1990s, organizations have seen wave after wave of intranet failure, renewal, […]

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How to Embed a PowerApp into SharePoint

Since PowerApps has gone into General Availability six months ago, I’ve been patiently waiting to hear when more support for SharePoint would be coming into the mix. Especially the ability to embed it into a page / web part. I got a POC request that involved a SharePoint piece and finally decided to take a stab at it and see […]

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[Guide] Connecting & Engaging Healthcare Workers with SharePoint

Healthcare organizations are finding it overwhelming or near impossible to effectively manage information. Enterprise information can be scattered among applications, content, and knowledge workers in different locations across the (sometimes global) organization. This knowledge often goes unused during the decision-making process because employees may not know it even exists. What employees need to stay educated […]

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Are You at Risk Running SharePoint Server 2010?

If your organization is running on SharePoint Server 2010, you may be operating at risk. With mainstream support of SharePoint Server 2010 unavailable and extended support from Microsoft only available through October of 2020, it is a perfect time to begin planning to migrate to SharePoint Online. The SharePoint Migration assessment tool (SMAT) is a tool […]

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SharePoint on the Go: 5 Things to Know about the iOS App

Microsoft launched the new SharePoint mobile app for iOS today, giving users access to their intranet on the go. Users can interact with content, people, and sites from their iPhones, giving SharePoint more relevance with today’s mobile device-dependent workforce. So, what do you need to know about the new app?

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How to Create SP 2013/Online Custom Task Outcomes using VS

It’s little tricky when it comes to creating Custom Task Outcomes using Visual Studio as there are quite a few steps to keep in mind in order to successfully build your workflow project. I have hit quite the same road blocks as many developers across the forum are now facing. So in this walk through, I will share my experiences and necessary actions […]

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Under the Hood With “The Future of SharePoint”

It has been about a week since Microsoft unveiled “The Future of SharePoint” at this event here (note: you have to provide your e-mail and some other info to get access to all the content). The keynote has kind of a general overview of all of the new directions that the SharePoint team is heading […]

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Don’t Miss It! The Future of SharePoint Event on May 4th

Mark your calendars and get ready to watch Jeff Teper from Microsoft unveil the new vision and roadmap for SharePoint and OneDrive for Business, both on-premises and in the cloud with Office 365. Microsoft has added so many exciting new innovations into SharePoint. This event will be a great resource for everyone, whether you’re a SharePoint and/or ODFB end […]

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Build 2016: Day 1 Highlights

Build Conference 2016 is now in day 2. I’m at lunch and finally have a chance to write-up my thoughts about day 1. Lots of cool new stuff coming down the pipe for developers – biometric identity, pen integration, Hololens, Cortana improvements, Xbox dev kit, and much more. Windows Hello This is Microsoft’s biometric identity […]

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