Join Kiefer Consulting and Nintex for an interactive workshop and learn how automating everyday business processes with Nintex can transform your business!Read More
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.
One of the problems with SharePoint is that, for many of its users, there’s a day when it “just appears.” IT is tasked with rolling out this technology and users of business units are tasked with moving documents into one of their team’s document libraries and suddenly start working on documents from within that library.Read More
So, you’re building out your new website. You’ve organized all of your content, built wireframes for all of your pages and you’ve got your talented team of graphic designers working on branding and finding good images for the site. But when launch rolls around, you realize that you’ve forgotten the most important part of the user experience, usability.Read More
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 SharePoint environments and solutions is hard work, but it is absolutely necessary work to ensure success and adoption of your SharePoint solutions.