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How to Migrate to SharePoint 2019

Microsoft SharePoint Server 2019 is the newest iteration of the software, and will be released sometime in the second half of 2018. Although Microsoft hasn't released all the details yet, it's good for organizations to start looking at their existing systems and make a plan to migrate. Today's we've got some good tips to help...

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How to Hire a Great SharePoint Consultant For Your Business

Microsoft SharePoint is one of the industry's best content management solutions. But finding the right SharePoint consultant to help you navigate all the ins and outs can be difficult. You have to know what to look for, how to communicate your requirements, and, most importantly, how to justify the expense. Knowing how to hire a...

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Microsoft Ignite: Top 5 Announcements

At the end of September 2017, Microsoft Ignite held its annual conference, showcasing the new and upcoming products from its roadmap. Included were updates to the search interface, Office 2019, and more. Below we’ve listed the top five features which will bring new and exciting enhancements to business owners: 1. Office 2019 will be available in 2018 The next...

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Posted by The eSoftware Team | 03 October 2017 | Microsoft Office 365
Microsoft Planner: What To Know

Have you heard of Microsoft Planner? Your Office 365 subscription comes with a lot of new and exciting features (with more coming all the time). Microsoft Planner offers teams the ability to create plans, assign tasks, upload files, and communicate with team members. Along with integrations with SharePoint, Outlook, and more, it can be a...

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Using Office 365 To Manage Expenses and Receipts

One of the main complaints from businesses these days is the hassle of managing receipts and expenses. A litany of software services have sprung up to keep it all together, but cost can be a barrier to entry. With recent updates to Office 365, including updates to mobile and SharePoint, your business can realize some...

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Five Things To Know When Working With A Software Consulting Firm

Hiring a software consulting firm can be one of the smartest investments a company can make. You'll not only get the benefit of expertise and knowledge, but you'll be able to work with the company to develop solutions to fit your needs. Working with an IT consulting firm like eSoftware can be rewarding, Requirements are...

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Save Money: Five Ways Content Management Can Help

Save money - the two keywords that every businessman/woman wants to hear. One way businesses can save money is the idea of Content Management. Content Management is exactly what it sounds like: procedures and automation designed to help businesses and other organizations manage their content more effectively. A content management system (CMS) can be as...

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Governance – The Importance of Rules in Your Content Management Systems

Have you ever watched a sports match on television where you have little to no understanding of the rules? The players on the field know how to play the game, but you, the onlooker, are woefully confused about it all. Imagine, then, what might happen if the players themselves didn't know the rules? It wouldn't...

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SharePoint Vs. Google Drive
SharePoint Vs. Google Drive – What’s The Difference?

SharePoint Vs. Google Drive -  The Debate! SharePoint Vs. Google Drive: It seems every day new features and functionality come on the market. Between Microsoft, Google, Apple, and others, it can be difficult for organizations to know where's the best place to invest technology dollars. Working with a consulting firm like eSoftware can help you...

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Posted by The eSoftware Team | 31 August 2017 | Microsoft Office 365, Microsoft Power Automate
Microsoft Power Automate: Top 3 Ways it Can Help Your Business

Microsoft Flow is a feature on Office 365 Business Platform that comes standard with an Office 365 subscription. The cloud solution allows businesses to leverage workflows to automate repetitive processes. Imagine getting a notification when your boss emails you or automating email subscriptions from MailChimp. All of these are possible—without complex coding—with Microsoft Flow. Microsoft...

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