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The interesting existence of data in SharePoint Online
One of the great features of cloud computing is eliminating hardware and having instant access to applications and services wherever you may be. Many of our clients have migrated from on-premise SharePoint to SharePoint Online. Their users can access, collaborate on and share files from any browser or device. But have you ever wondered what happens to all that data being shuttled about the cloud? It turns out to be a pretty interesting story.Read More
We’ve built up decades of experience for just this moment and we invite you to take advantage of it.Read More
Updated: July 22,2020: Many agencies have processes that are highly manual in nature. These processes are typically dependent upon the serial review and approval of critical documents. We have often encountered processes that require multiple staff members to review, approve, and route documents to numerous stakeholders across an organization.Read More
Why it might be the right time for Microsoft Government Community Cloud (GCC) subscribers to consider moving from G3 to G5.
The times they are a changin’. Has your Microsoft 365 license kept up? The modern workplace of today looks a lot different than it did just five months ago. No matter your license level, Microsoft 365 Government Plans provide state and local agencies with a host of powerful tools that help make things like, say, suddenly transitioning to a remote work environment a lot more tenable.Read More
Kiefer has had a long partnership with ShareGate. ShareGate is an invaluable tool for organizations that makes it quick and easy to migrate to SharePoint or Microsoft 365. A few benefits of ShareGate Desktop include;
- You can migrate all versions of SharePoint with unlimited data
- Organizations can reorganize and restructure SharePoint content using ShareGate Desktop
- The ability to monitor and secure your environment thanks to built-in and custom reports
Perhaps you read our previous blog that outlined some tips on how to build your first “flow” using Microsoft Power Automate. Or, maybe you read the blog we posted earlier in the week that talked about converting your SharePoint 2010 workflows to flows in Power Automate. The interest in Power Automate is increasing as organizations seek out ways to leverage Microsoft 365 to automate processes, streamline workflows and create a modern workplace that enables workers to stay productive from wherever they may be.Read More
On Monday 7/6/2020 Microsoft announced the end of support for SharePoint 2010 workflows and the deprecation of SharePoint 2013 workflows in SharePoint online effective August 1st – November 1st, 2020.Read More
Data is everywhere. It’s in all our devices and it’s constantly being shuttled back and forth, downloaded, uploaded, shared and emailed. And we’re constantly creating more data. In fact, we generate so much data it can seem overwhelming trying to figure out ways to make use of it. Where do you even begin?Read More
Microsoft Teams is constantly evolving so let’s look at some new features.
We’re past the midway point. 2020 is more than half over! Pretty much everyone will be glad to have this year in the rearview mirror. But we’ve still got a long way to go and a lot to do – and a lot of that doing is taking place with the help of Microsoft Teams.Read More