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
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
Free your organization and allow it to thrive from anywhere.
As we approach the Fourth of July, we find ourselves in distinct and challenging times. Collectively, we’re readying ourselves to celebrate freedom while we find ourselves sheltering in place, working remotely and the other things we must necessarily do to help navigate through the pandemic.Read More
Kiefer’s expertise in our practice areas makes our team a perfect fit for your team.
These are difficult and challenging times. It seems the moment we start to get our arms around one issue, another pops up. We’re all being pulled in numerous directions, asked to function in ways we’re not comfortable with and to do things we’re not sure we’re capable of. It’s taxing trying to manage the present. Looking ahead and contemplating upcoming needs probably seems exhausting. But you know you have to do it, so let us help you.Read More
SharePoint-powered Lists help track information and manage processes.
As a Microsoft Gold Partner and a firm that has built our reputation on being SharePoint experts, there is nothing more satisfying than seeing Microsoft’s investment in making SharePoint even more useful to users in the Modern Workplace.Read More
We’re collectively navigating uncharted waters. How do we prepare for the unknown?
On Tuesday, May 12 Twitter CEO Jack Dorsey sent an email to his company’s employees letting them know that if they so choose, they can work from home permanently. Work from home…forever. To some it might sound heavenly and to others, hellish. But Dorsey’s decree shines a very public spotlight on a very nebulous issue, namely, what does technology work look like after all…this?Read More
New to remote work? Here’s some advice to make remote work…work
If you’re among the millions who have rather suddenly found themselves working from home, you may also be among the millions for whom remote work is a new experience. Working from home – and let’s focus on that for now, since no one is doing the working at Starbucks or the local pub thing (for now, at least) – can be a jarring transition.Read More
New Teams apps are being created all the time – here’s a handful that you may find useful
As Microsoft Teams usage skyrockets, it should come as no surprise Microsoft itself, as well as third-party companies, are rapidly churning out new apps. Actually, let’s back up a bit. Did you know there were apps for Teams? With Teams open, look at the left navigation column. You’ll see three dots at the bottom. Click the dots to pull up a window pre-populated with some apps. At the bottom right is an option to view more apps. Click that and behold! A wide world of Teams apps appears.Read More
SharePoint Online can help your team confront an uncertain future.
2020 will be remembered for many reasons. Certainly, it has already been a year indelibly marked by the impacts of pandemic. But 2020 will also be remembered as a year of ingenuity, resilience and courage. Above all, we will look back at 2020 as the year things changed. How we work, travel, shop, interact, entertain – everything we think, say and do will have changed in some capacity. Some changes will be significant while others will be subtle.Read More