SharePoint supports two basic User Interfaces (UI) designs; The “Classic” experience, and the “Modern” experience.Read More
As many organizations that use SharePoint consider the “Modern” experience, it’s likely that you’ll need to put together a list of “pros and cons” to justify your decision to make the move from “Classic” to “Modern”. This blog will be helpful for organizations that are considering Sharepoint “Modern” experience vs. “Classic” experience.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
In today’s world of big data, many of our most critical solutions are buried amongst millions of data points scattered in the cloud or located on servers.
Modern data analysis can help us to recognize hidden problems or discover potential opportunities. We established the business intelligence user group
‘Modern vs Classic: A SharePoint Battle Royale’
On Friday, March 8th, join us for breakfast and a speaker at the return edition of SharePoint Breakfast Sacramento! In this session, join Eric Overfield (President/Co-Founder of PixelMill and Microsoft MVP + RD) for a deep dive look at both modern and classic SharePoint experiences.
The holiday season is upon us! As we find ourselves rushing around, it becomes clear that the greatest gift anyone could possibly give us would be the gift of “time”. In this blog, Kiefer Consulting share 12 of their favorite Office 365 tips and tricks. These little-known features and capabilities of Microsoft Office 365 will save you time and help you be more productive.Read More
Kiefer was fortunate to see Microsoft Flow and PowerApps at the Microsoft hosted “Future of SharePoint” event in San Francisco, CA on May 4, 2016. During this event, Microsoft representatives talked about the importance of SharePoint power users learning to use Flow and Power Apps since they would be built-in with SharePoint. It was immediately after that event that Kiefer team members started to discuss how we could get on the Flow and Power Apps bandwagon. We are well established as a go-to partner when it comes to digital business process transformation, so it would be critical that we not only learned Flow and Power Apps, but we needed to become experts in the technology. We also know that Microsoft Flow in government has huge potential to improve legacy processes and common processes across numerous departments in the public-sector.Read More
As government agencies move users to Office 365 and the Cloud, users will be exposed to solutions like OneDrive for Business and SharePoint.Read More
As government agencies move users to Office 365 and the Cloud, users will be exposed to solutions like OneDrive for Business and SharePoint. For many users, the solutions will be entirely new and there will be a learning curve as organizations wrestle with how the applications will be used, who will use them, and what they will be used for. Thankfully, a new Microsoft application will make adoption easier.