Microsoft SharePoint Applications & Office 365 Solutions

Microsoft SharePoint Applications & Office 365 Solutions

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Posted by Angie Vujicic | 15 July 2019| Uncategorized

You might’ve heard the term “shell” used in computer science before—essentially, a shell gives you access to services in an operating system, and can be either command-based, or have a graphical user interface. Windows PowerShell has been around for a while (since 2006, in fact,) and Microsoft initially developed it for task automation and configuration...

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Posted by Angie Vujicic | 02 July 2019| Uncategorized

We’ve often talked about Microsoft Groups here on the ESW blog. We’ve compared Microsoft Teams VS Slack. In short, Teams is the successor to Skype for Business, and is a unified communications platform, and it combines persistent workplace chat and video messaging, file storage, and application integration. With the advent of remote jobs and seamless...

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Posted by Kristina Rosario | 29 May 2019| Blog, SharePoint

1. Use of Agile/Quick Approach to Development Among development approaches, the most popular ones are the Waterfall and Agile. While Waterfall worked pretty well when computers were a new technology, it’s still a very rigid process that follows sequential phases and needs tight management from start to finish. Waterfall is divided in Requirements, Design, Implementation,...

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Posted by Kristina Rosario | 15 May 2019| Blog

Included in an active Office 365 ProPlus subscription, InfoPath is a tool that lets you create forms and gather data in order to streamline your business processes. InfoPath also requires no code, and developers can create advanced forms as well—including composite applications and workflow sequences. PowerApps is a suite of apps, services, connectors and data...

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Posted by Kristina Rosario | 08 May 2019| Blog, SharePoint

Last week, we began to take a look at both Modern and Classic UIs for SharePoint and see whether you should make the jump. Today, we continue the conversation. Team sites Team and Communication sites are exclusive to the Modern UI. These sites use Office 365 Groups to simplify the permissions model, and as we...

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Posted by Kristina Rosario | 02 May 2019| Blog, SharePoint

With the advent of the Modern UI for SharePoint, is it worth fully migrating to the new version? Today we’ll take a look at both Modern and Classic UIs for SharePoint and see whether you should make the jump. Main Differences The first big difference we’ll look at is that Modern team sites are connected...

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Posted by Kristina Rosario | 24 April 2019| Blog, Office 365

Three years after the last standalone release, a new version of Office is finally here! Today we’ll take a look at the differences between Office 2019 and its older sibling, Office 2016 and tell you why you need to upgrade. First of all: Office 2019 is a one-time release and although it was suspected it...

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Posted by Kristina Rosario | 17 April 2019| Blog, Office 365

A Custom Web Application is exactly what it says: an application built specifically for your needs, either by an external company, or by your IT department. But, because custom web apps are designed to capture, process, and store data, they’re very complex and not easily available. For instance, if you’re a Restaurant business and want...

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Posted by Kristina Rosario | 10 April 2019| Blog, Microsoft Azure, Office 365

Power BI is a great tool that enables every employee to make better decisions based on BI’s reports and dashboards. The downside to this has been the volume of data generated in these reports and dashboards. This is where Artificial Intelligence can really make a helpful difference. It can automatically filter your data, help with...

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Posted by Kristina Rosario | 03 April 2019| Blog, Content Management, Office 365

There’s been a boom of cloud services over the last five years, and picking the best fit can be a daunting task. Today we’ll look at the three most well-known players—OneDrive, Google Drive, and Dropbox—and see which one reigns supreme. The Standard Offers Regardless of which service you pick, all three of them will come...

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