Microsoft kicked off its annual global partner conference, Microsoft Inspire, via an all-digital experience on July 19-20. Inspire unites partners in new and exciting ways and encompasses a broader community, allowing partners to develop increasingly valuable business relations. Along with industry leaders and partners globally, this is a unique platform to strengthen the partnership and… Continue reading Top Announcements from Microsoft Inspire 2022

Shutting down the physical workplaces can be a scary thought for many organizations across the world. However, the widespread transmission of COVID-19 worldwide has left businesses with no option but to enable employees in social distancing and mandating them for forced work from home. It’s difficult even to imagine tens of thousands of employees switching… Continue reading Microsoft Teams – Enabling Remote Work

SharePoint calendar are relatively straightforward. The powerful app allows collection of date and time -based information at a centralized location for teams to access. The result, better management of organizational and collaborative matters at all levels. Displayed as regular calendars, lists, worksheets, and charts. SharePoint calendars require very little or zero customization. Dates can easily… Continue reading How to create and customize SharePoint Calendar

In 1995, when IBM paid $3.5 billion to acquire Lotus Notes, the premier groupware product, the deal was seen as a game-changer that plunged the hardware company more deeply into the higher-margin software market. Lotus Notes undeniably seemed to be a panacea for all the needs and offered a great solution for collaboration, information sharing,… Continue reading Lotus Notes to Office 365 Migration

Organizations using SharePoint on-premise often face challenges that include slow speed of the SharePoint experience, sub-optimal end-user experience, and difficulties with upgrades. Further, the hidden bottlenecks within the system are sometimes hard to find. Moving to Office 365 lets organizations continue enjoying popular programs such as Word, Outlook, OneNote, Excel, Publisher, and PowerPoint, while at… Continue reading SharePoint to Office 365 Migration – Top Challenges

As technologies have evolved, the usage of JavaScript has increased drastically. We can go back to distributed computing and build rich, fast, interactive user experiences for the client. If we see, last year has delivered significant updates to the SharePoint user experiences, such as modern team sites, document libraries, and pages. These modern experiences feature… Continue reading Understanding SharePoint Framework (SPFx) Tools

Many teams make use of SharePoint lists to access, share, and collaborate around structured data. To cater to this, Microsoft has provided a powerful capability to create apps using PowerApps that utilizes SharePoint lists as a data source. PowerApps is a service that fundamentally transforms and accelerates how organizations build the custom line of business… Continue reading Creating PowerApps using SharePoint list

SharePoint Code Analysis Framework (SPCAF) Even the best developers can commit blunders; moreover, it’s crucial if you are confident that your coding is flawless. This is no different when developing SharePoint apps. Of course, comprehensive development guidelines are a good way to start, but that also require manual verification and fixes. Wouldn’t life be so… Continue reading Introducing SharePoint Code Analysis Framework (SPCAF)

Microsoft has announced the general availability of SharePoint Server 2016, which provides SharePoint customers a foundation for modern, intelligent intranets and content collaboration. SharePoint Server 2016 delivers foundational improvements that enhance the quality of your on-premises SharePoint solutions and enable users to take advantage of innovations that the company introduces to Office 365 and SharePoint Server moving… Continue reading SharePoint Server 2016 Features

What is Conflict? When we say “Conflict”, the first word comes to our mind is Fight, Avoid, Anger, Lose, Pain, Control, War, Hate, Impasse, Loss, Destruction, Bad, Fear, Wrong doing, Mistake etc., As you can see, conflicts is almost universally perceived as a negative occurrence A conflict is a situation when the interests, needs, goals… Continue reading Conflict Management Techniques and the Applicable Scenarios