All things must pass, and SharePoint 2010 is no exception. While most of our clients have already migrated to the cloud, we still have many clients that are using SharePoint on-prem. Most of our clients that are on-prem have kept pace with upgrades to SharePoint. We are happy to report that most of them are using SharePoint 2016 or SharePoint 2019, however, we still have organizations using SharePoint 2010.Read More
Kiefer Consulting, Inc. announced it has achieved Microsoft Gold Datacenter Competency, demonstrating its ability to meet the evolving needs of Microsoft customers in today’s dynamic business environment.Read More
Microsoft SharePoint supports two basic User Interfaces (UI) designs; The “Classic” experience, and the “Modern” experience. The “Classic” experience is a highly customizable user interface that integrates SharePoint lists and libraries. The “Modern” experience is mobile ready, (currently) limits the visual customization that can be done, makes the creators’ experience more intuitive, and makes the user’s experience more collaborative. Many clients have asked us if they should use SharePoint “Modern” instead of “Classic”?Read More
It’s time for my annual year in review. Every year I like to take this opportunity to reflect upon what I learned this year, what we as a company were able to achieve, and share my predictions on what we think 2019 might have in store for our company and our customers. The year in review blog has been a tradition at Kiefer, and I look forward to this opportunity to share my thoughts.Read More
Migrating from your on-premise Exchange servers to Office 365 is the place to start for any organization that is moving to the cloud. The Kiefer team has worked with a number of clients that have moved their e-mail to Office 365. Our team has offered expert guidance and valuable insight to these clients to help in a seamless transition.Read More
SharePoint Architect Roles & Responsibilities in a Shifting Tide
For many IT professionals, building, supporting, and managing SharePoint infrastructure has become a full-time career, and as such, a dedicated role. However, if your SharePoint infrastructure is moving to a cloud-based solution, it may seem there is little room for growth in this niche, unless you plan on going to work for the cloud solution provider.
The Microsoft Azure platform is quickly becoming a very popular choice for organizations that are considering cloud options. Microsoft continues to invest heavily in Azure and the migration to the cloud is gaining traction. For a while, clients were reluctant to move core applications and data to the cloud, however, the Azure platform is proving itself to be a secure and reliable solution for organizations in both the public and