Before you get into the technical aspects of implementing SharePoint, you need to dig into the business aspects--here are 3 tips to get you to your goal of a successful, user-friendly, SharePoint deployment....More
Workflows in SharePoint provide great ways to save time, effort, and cost by automating existing business processes. Many business needs can be addressed through SharePoint workflows. Here are some of them:...More
What's on each Office 365 for Business plan? How do you switch? (Or can you?) Where can you get support? Answers to these questions can be found in these 5 resources we've bookmarked (sort of) for you.
You learned how to add a ribbon custom action to a project in Visual Studio (see “Extending the SharePoint 2013 Ribbon Using Visual Studio”)--now let's quickly install a custom app in a site and make that ribbon custom action available....More
Did you know that with Power Query in Office 365, you can create basic M Language code and functions?
The recommended practice is to let Power Query generate the code. In some situations however, it might be interesting to add your own custom touch....More
Things I learned at IT/Dev Connections--such as, chairs are rare except at the Aria; developers should not wear ball caps; women still have much to gain in the tech industry; Las Vegas is beautiful through a window, and more.
Most organizations have integrated SharePoint with Windows Authentication, so the user doesn’t have to even type credentials to log into SharePoint. But how about allowing a SharePoint user to sign into another system for another functionality? Enter Secure Store Service....More