Tag: SharePoint

By Doug Allen, C5 Insight. I’ve been working with SharePoint for over 8 years now, and worked with a lot of different clients and types of users. I’ve seen that there’s one area that a lot of people either struggle with, or get flat out wrong. That is what they create in SharePoint to store content.  At the core of

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Let’s get back to basics and start with a simple question, “What are Office 365 Groups?” Today, I’m going to take a step back and try to paint a clear picture about Microsoft Office 365 Groups; hopefully answering some of the basic questions like “what are Office 365 Groups?”, “what do they do?” and “how can enabling the Office 365 Groups feature help

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Written by Geoff Ables, C5 Insight Blog. A successful SharePoint project can be a game changer.  But it can also be a challenge.  In fact, SharePoint and other projects like it are predicted to fail to meet their stated objectives 60% to 80% of the time.   Why Rate Your SharePoint? One of the core problems with SharePoint is this:

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Written by Doug Allen, originally published on the C5insight blog, October, 11, 2016. You’ve been there, we all have. At one point or another, we loved InfoPath and were disappointed at the news it would be discontinued. We waited with anticipation to see what was going to replace it. It’s been quite the gray unknown for a long time, and

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Written by Molly Anglin | February 04, 2016 | Enterprise Strategy , Enterprise Industry and Trends Digital transformation is more than just technology – it’s a culture. And when it comes to tools, these nine traits have emerged as fundamental to the digitally transformed workplace arsenal: It’s hard to put your finger on. What is digital transformation… really? We’ve suggested

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Written by: Stacy Wilson, Owner & President, Eloquor Consulting, Inc I’m not sure what started my fascination with health care, but it started early. Perhaps it was that my father was an exercise physiologist. Perhaps it was my early job at an association for medical group managers (way before “managed care” was common). It might have been the time I

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How many of you read that headline quickly and thought it said, “Has Your Government Gone Too Far?” I was afraid of that when I was writing this post, as it seems like politics is on everyone’s mind these days. But this article isn’t about government, though it is about rules, and more importantly, rules that go too far. At

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The nature of work changes with advances. Some people get that change and others don’t. Those who don’t get left behind. Geoff Colvin explains this in his recent book Humans are Underrated. He also talks about what skills will be most important in the future work environment: “…employers’ top priorities include relationship building, teaming, co-creativity, brainstorming, cultural sensitivity, and the

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By Michael Blumenthal There’s an old project management adage, “If you fail to plan, you plan to fail”. This is certainly true for deploying Office 365 and more specifically, SharePoint Online, for an organization. Planning involves more than just answering the technical questions needed to sync a company’s Active Directory to Office 365. Planning for Office 365 should involve coming

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