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
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.
When an organization is new to SharePoint or has upgraded to a more recent version, the changes can be daunting, or even jarring for some users at first but it doesn’t have to be. With the right planning and understanding, we can make this transition much more seamless while teaching our colleagues how and why these changes benefit everyone.
Our Director of Operations, @Ben Cox, discovered this “easter egg” in Outlook 2016 and thought it was pretty cool. So, we thought we’d share! Have you ever sent an email or meeting invite to a group of people with specific instructions to one of the recipients in the body of the message or meeting invite? You think to yourself… “Will they see that they are mentioned in the message? Will they see there is something that pertains to them specifically?”Read More
Office 365 continues to be updated with new features! We wanted to start a blog series to share features that were either “new” or “newly discovered” by members of the Kiefer team. Hopefully, this blog is helpful in assisting you in gaining a better understanding of the capabilities of Office 365.Read More
The new features of Microsoft Office 365 continue to impress us at Kiefer.Read More