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Migration to a cloud-based service can be scary. It invokes many questions from many different points of view. Before moving a perfectly operational and tested On-Premise system to a hosted solution, let’s dive into considerations around the benefits of Office 365 and SharePoint Online. Shall we?
One of my favorite TV shows in college was "Pimp My Ride." I loved how Xzibit, or X-to-the-Z as I affectionately call him, would come pick up a jalopy of a car, take it to his buddies who would throw unnecessary enhancements on the car and effectively "pimp" the car. Forms are very similar to the cars on "Pimp My Ride": drab and functional.
The other weekend, I was walking around my neighborhood and was taken by the number of people who were outside, tending to their yards and gardens. People were weeding, planting, watering. Not surprisingly, the gardens that were getting the attention were really pretty.
When automating processes in SharePoint, not a lot of love is given to attachments. Your days of working around workflow limitations are over. In this blog, I'll show you how to take attachments from a list item and upload them to a document library using Nintex.
Repeating sections in Nintex Forms are really powerful. To ensure that you’re getting the most out of them and to make your form development easier, here are some best practices to ensure that your work with repeating sections in Nintex Forms is great.
During your content migration project, employees worked tirelessly to tame your existing site content. Now, their efforts to inventory and evaluate site content have paid off, resulting in a leaner, more user-focused site. But what happens the day after the site launches?
We are living in the future. Granted it’s not the future Hollywood laid out for us with hover boards or flying cars. While those inventions may still a few years out, we can revel in the fact that we at have wireless technology.
When I first got down and dirty with Bootstrap, I was a little surprised that it didn't do much with checkboxes. I've never seen so much makeup and glitter adoring text inputs; checkboxes seemed to remain naked little squares.
Here’s an open secret of successful content strategy: Every site has a personality. Your Intranet is no exception. Imagine yourself at a social gathering. First, you meet the life of the party. She’s engaging, personable and committed to making everyone feel special. It’s your consumer site!
I'd like to take a moment and write about something I feel very passionate about—SharePoint. This particular web log is not anything technical in nature but more about how to achieve something I call "SharePoint Nirvana".
As one of the premier Microsoft partners focused on Intranets and collaboration, Rightpoint is seeing an increasing desire by our customers to integrate enterprise social solutions, such as Yammer, into their collaboration environments.
Moving a mountain of content during a site migration requires strategy, organization and communication. Previously, we discussed inventorying and evaluating content during a site migration. These seemingly straightforward steps can become substantially more complicated depending on your site’s size.
Any site can benefit from a periodic content evaluation to review and refresh its information. Without effective content management, your site can gradually hit a critical mass of content clutter that impedes findability, muddles search results and bogs down site performance.