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Christina Arniotes

Christina is a New York State native currently pursing a degree in Business Administration with a minor in Psychology at NCSU. She hopes to use her skills to reach new customers that can benefit from Code A Site’s applications, services, and expertise.

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Monday, 17 July 2017 01:30

SharePoint as your intranet portal is bound to make an impact in your business

Written by Christina Arniotes

In the past we have discussed SharePoint as a company intranet, however today we are diving deeper into intranet portals. Homepages are important to a business because it's the first thing employees see upon entering SharePoint, and we all know how important first appearances can be. Do not fear, we are here to help you make the most appealing homepage for all your SharePoint needs. Not only will it look great, but it will be efficient and effective too! 

Tagged under SharePoint

Monday, 10 July 2017 10:30

Hard time deciding between Online vs On Premise SharePoint? Here's your easy breakdown

Written by Christina Arniotes

What is ON the line?

Deciding which SharePoint intranet is right for you can be a hard decision. Both Online SharePoint and On Premise SharePoint have very similar features but can differ in numerous ways. Code A Site decided to provide an easy breakdown of Online and On Premise SharePoint to make choosing your intranet environment easy. 

Tagged under SharePoint

Wednesday, 05 July 2017 10:30

Here's what sets External and Internal SharePoint Users Apart

Written by Christina Arniotes

At Code A Site, we get asked all the time the difference between external and internal SharePoint users. Trying to research both sides can be time consuming and you may end up with too much information. Our solution for that issue is in this article, we compiled all the information you need to know about external and internal users. 

 

Tagged under SharePoint

Monday, 03 July 2017 10:30

How NOT to SharePoint: The 5 worst points of advice we have heard

Written by Christina Arniotes

Sometimes finding good advice can be hard in a world full of opinions and misleading information. Here at Code A Site we try and give you top-notch tricks and information so you can succeed when using SharePoint. We have articles about document managementcreating sites, and SharePoint navigation. In today's article we are switching it up and actually sharing with you some counterproductive advice that we have heard. 

Tagged under SharePoint 2016

Wednesday, 28 June 2017 10:30

What is SharePoint for Intranet Service

Written by Christina Arniotes

If you have seen any of our other blog posts you know that we speak about SharePoint intranet very often. However, we are here today to help explain what an intranet service even is! What is SharePoint intranet? Well, that's a great question! Let's dive into understanding the intranet world.

Tagged under SharePoint 2016

Monday, 26 June 2017 10:30

Make Your SharePoint Homepage "Home Sweet Home"

Written by Christina Arniotes

 

As the old saying goes, "there is [truly] no place like home." Therefore, we want to help you make the best SharePoint intranet homepage possible. Creating a homepage properly tailored to your company is important when using SharePoint as an intranet solution; homepages aid in organization and usability of the intranet software.  Here is your homepage breakdown of the corporate intranet SharePoint. 

Tagged under SharePoint 2013

Wednesday, 21 June 2017 10:20

Confused About SharePoint Project Planning? Follow Our Hassle Free Guide

Written by Christina Arniotes

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. 

Tagged under Blog, SharePoint 2016, SharePoint

Monday, 19 June 2017 10:15

Choosing SharePoint Templates Doesn't Have To Be Hard

Written by Christina Arniotes

n 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.

Tagged under SharePoint 2016, SharePoint 2013, SharePoint

Wednesday, 14 June 2017 10:30

SharePoint Mobile: Moving Business Out of the Office

Written by Christina Arniotes

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.

Tagged under SharePoint 2016, SharePoint App, SharePoint

Monday, 12 June 2017 10:30

Rome wasn't built in a day, but they didn't have SharePoint

Written by Christina Arniotes

The idiom Rome wasn'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. 

Tagged under SharePoint 2016, SharePoint

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