Category: SharePoint

What’s SharePoint and WEBCON like on Mobile?

What’s SharePoint and WEBCON like on Mobile?   As you may be aware, SharePoint Online has the ability to be accessed from anywhere with an internet connection, allowing international companies to work and collaborate simultaneously. But what do you do if you don’t have access to a PC and only your mobile device? Today we…

A Business Process Management Program That Works with SharePoint

A Business Process Management Program That Works with SharePoint   WEBCON is our go to Business Process Management solution. Its ability to run independently on PC and mobile as well as its effortless integration to any SharePoint intranet site makes it a great solution for many data processing problems your company may face. This blog…

6 Reasons Why You Should Have a Company Intranet

6 Reasons Why You Should Have a Company Intranet 1. Staff Management With a bespoke SharePoint Intranet, managers can set tasks for their team; upload and share documents to each other whilst sending feedback; keep score and success rate of task completion for individuals and group of employees; have live blogs and company updates from…

How to Reduce the Amount of Paper Used in An Office?

How to Reduce the Amount of Paper Used in An Office? Did you know that 15 billion trees are cut down each year, and around 30% are used to make paper! If you would like to reduce the amount of paper you use in your office, whether it’s to save some money in the long…

Why You Shouldn’t Use Email for Sharing Documents In 2019

Why You Shouldn’t Use Email for Sharing Documents In 2019 Should I be using Email to share documents? Short answer, in this day and age, we don’t think so. There are so many alternative when it comes to sharing documents within your business. Saving time and lowering risk will result in your business running more…

Do I Need the Latest Version of SharePoint?

Do I Need the Latest Version of SharePoint?   What’s the Difference between an Update and a Version? Firstly, I’d like to establish the difference between an update and a version. An update contains small patches and sometimes new features or layouts to a Version. For example, SharePoint 2019 may possibly have an update which…

Leveraging Microsoft Flow

Sweet Spots, Problem Areas and Use Cases Microsoft SharePoint Designer has been a preferred product for many years however, it is no longer Microsoft’s chosen option for creating workflows. SharePoint Designer has been taken over by Microsoft Flow; this offers a new, cloud based engine which is based on Logic Apps. Will it fill the…

More SharePoint Updates

Microsoft is readying new smarter SharePoint search capabilities, as well as several other new features for SharePoint users Microsoft officials previewed the company’s plans for its next set of SharePoint updates and features during the recent SharePoint Virtual Summit webcast. While Microsoft will continue to support its SharePoint Server on-premises users and will release a…

SharePoint Grows as an Intranet solution

SharePoint Emerges From Its Ugly Duckling Phase Two interesting observations from Microsoft's May 17 SharePoint Virtual Summit: One was a quote from SharePoint VP Jeff Teper, "Intranets aren't just a project for some people, it's a career." This was followed by a discussion about how people felt they could make a positive impact in their company by...

Latest updates to SharePoint and One Drive

The 2017 SharePoint Virtual Summit kicked off yesterday Few key points from the keynote presentation. First SharePoint is growing and growing fast. Now with over 100 million Office 365 users. Used by over 250K organisations including 85% of the Fortune 500 firms. On-Line is increasing in importance as over 60% of SharePoints seats are cloud based….

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