Retention policies have been put in place to help organization’s comply with regulations related to how long a document must be kept before it disposed of. As organization’s have moved to a digital workflows and a paperless office, the documents that used to be archived in a Banker Box are now being managed as a digital record. These records are often stored in Microsoft SharePoint or Microsoft OneDrive with rules applied. Kiefer has helped clients establish retention policies to stay compliant with regulatory, government, and legal mandates.Read More
When life seems jolly rotten there’s something you’ve forgotten
Viruses, hurricanes and fires. Economic recession, job loss and evictions. Things are tough all over and it can be challenging to find the silver lining these days. But there are some bright spots if you know where look. Some of the positives can be uncovered with tools like Microsoft Power BI. There’s a lot of data out there and, turns out, it’s not all bad news.Read More
As organizations scrambled to support remote workers, Kiefer recognized that we were in a unique position to assist our clients and friends. We have been promoting the benefits of the modern workplace for several years, and we had arrived at the moment in which enabling the modern workplace wasn’t a luxury, it was a necessity. Deploying technologies that supported efficient communication and collaboration was critical as stay-at-home orders changed how many organizations conducted business.Read More
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