SharePoint 2016

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Embracing the Urgency: SharePoint Migration for Workplace Modernization

As technology continues to evolve and change, businesses are faced with pivotal decisions that can shape their future. A prime example is the end-of-life status of older versions of SharePoint. Microsoft SharePoint Server 2013 reached its end of life (EOL) on April 11, 2023, with SharePoint Server 2016 and 2019 following suit on July 14, …

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Governance can be fun!

Ok…my bad. My title is a little misleading…Anyone who’s ever been involved in developing and implementing a SharePoint solution to support a public-facing website, or Intranet/Collaboration sites, or a custom application, probably has never made the statement that “Governance is Fun”. Developing a Governance Plan and implementing the policies and procedures to actively manage your …

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Using Infopath? Nintex is the way forward with forms.

At the time Microsoft began their marketing momentum for SharePoint 2013, it also announced the end of InfoPath was on the horizon. Since then, organizations who have invested funding into the use of InfoPath’s form tools have been searching for tools to both replace and enhance InfoPath functionality. In the third-party market, there are robust …

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