SharePoint enables great team collaboration on projects. However, project planning plays a large role in making sure everyone can take full advantage of this intranet solution. Learning how to effectively create and plan projects will open more opportunities for integration within your business.
Wednesday, 21 June 2017 10:20
Monday, 19 June 2017 10:15
In our recent blog post we spoke about creating sites without using templates. This article is a guide to understanding your template choices if you choose to use one. Trying to figure out which template to use is as deciding on which candy will fulfill your sweet tooth craving. For the same reason stores carry many candy options, SharePoint developers decided to provide many templates to fulfill all user needs. The types of templates available can be broken into 3 different sections: Collaboration Site Templates, Enterprise Site Templates, and Publishing Site Templates. We created some simple to read charts so you can learn more about the different site templates available.
Wednesday, 14 June 2017 10:30
SharePoint intranet is arguably one of the best business software to own. It has the ability to store and organize documents in easy to access areas. Furthermore, it serves as a collaborative area for employees to discuss business and work on projects. As technology grows and continously advances SharePoint stays up to date with its contenders by creating SharePoint mobile. This features allows for all the pros of SharePoint to be accessed on the move. We are no longer bond to our office space! Here is a simple How to SharePoint: Mobile.
Monday, 12 June 2017 10:30
The idiom Rome was't built in a day is used when someone wants to emphasize that it takes a long time to do an important job. With SharePoint as your company intranet it can get important jobs done in a matter of minutes. Therefore, if your company has SharePoint it is arguably better than the Roman Empire, at least in my opinion. In this article we discuss how to build sites on SharePoint intranet.
Wednesday, 07 June 2017 10:30
Intranet developers created SharePoint as an intranet solution for company communication and collaboration. Therefore, it is important users know how to edit, save and share documents. In this article you will learn about where documents can be saved and how to save them.
Monday, 05 June 2017 10:30
Do you ever struggle in the lost seas of SharePoint? Do not worry this article can serve as your North Star and help you get to whatever destination you desire. SharePoint can definitely be a tricky website when navigating, I too was very confused when I started using it. However, once you grasp a few concepts you will become a SharePoint professional in no time.
Wednesday, 31 May 2017 10:30
Did you say intranet, not internet?
Today we are going back to basics and simply discussing what SharePoint intranet is. Nearly everyone in the 21st Century is familiar with the internet which aids in sharing information on a global level. Therefore, whatever is shared on the internet is accessible to everyone connected to it. Unlike its brother, the intranet is built in an organization to aid with resource sharing and communication throughout a group of members. If you are searching for a way to better facilitate the communication and organization within your company or group then you are searching for an intranet solution.
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Monday, 29 May 2017 10:30
Wednesday, 24 May 2017 10:30
In today's post we are going to discuss Igloo; however, this Igloo does not require a winter jacket. The Igloo we are talking about is a software that can serve as your company's intranet.
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Monday, 22 May 2017 04:00
Today we are comparing Agility CMS with SharePoint intranet. Agility aims to help companies manage digital property, as well as provide content to aid in the sales of products online. Meanwhile, SharePoint aims to improve a company's performance through providing an intranet system that can provide a foundation for future innovation. Can Agility out run SharePoint as your company's chosen software? To see who truly has the upper hand lets compare the two systems.
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