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Louise Fahys

"My passion is to take ideas and build them into software solutions that help people."  Louise has over 20 years of business and technical experience including project management, website design, architecture and implementation. Louise has helped start and run several interactive sites for sports organizations and businesses. Through  Code A Site, Louise routinely diagnoses clients' business needs and creates custom web solutions.

Recent Posts

Wednesday, 01 March 2017 04:38

With Office365 You Have Company Intranet Using SharePoint

Written by Louise Fahys

Did you know that your subscription to Office 365 comes with software that can setup a company intranet as well?

Monday, 23 January 2017 10:42

How to upgrade your SharePoint App or SharePoint Add in

Written by Louise Fahys

If there is a new version of your SharePoint App or SharePoint Add-in available in the SharePoint App Store or in your SharePoint App Catalog you will need to follow the steps below to upgrade the add in or app on your site.

Tagged under SharePoint Online, SharePoint App

Monday, 06 June 2016 04:13

Office 365 Login Shortcuts - The Easy Way [Resource]

Written by Louise Fahys

Tagged under Office 365

Friday, 20 May 2016 04:34

InfoPath Alternatives: Should I replace InfoPath?

Written by Louise Fahys

Since Microsoft announced in a blog post titled "Update on InfoPath and SharePoint Forms" that InfoPath 2013 will be supported in SharePoint 2016 and within Office 365 until further notice, we have struggled with the question about the best tools to use for form development for SharePoint. 

Tagged under SharePoint Online, SharePoint 2016, infopath, SharePoint 2013, SharePoint

Thursday, 24 March 2016 09:54

How to add an App Catalog to SharePoint Online to make custom Apps available

Written by Louise Fahys

An App Catalog within SharePoint will allow you to make internally developed custom apps available for users to install when they browse apps under the From Your Organization filter on the Site Contents page.

Tagged under SharePoint Online

Tuesday, 27 October 2015 12:00

Intellectual Property Protection

Written by Louise Fahys

IP ProtectionIntellectual property covers anything from ideas, to logos, to actual products. It is something that can be extremely valuable, but also quite susceptible to theft. The ease and appeal of IP theft makes it very important for companies to properly protect these valuable assets. 

This article covers an overview of intellectual property and various forms of protection, including different options for file security on SharePoint.

Tuesday, 20 October 2015 06:22

SharePoint On Premise Versions

Written by Louise Fahys

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Although SharePoint is moving towards a fully cloud based solution, there are still versions offered for organizations that prefer on premise solutions. This article discusses the three options for on premise solutions, and explains the differences in features between them.

Tagged under SharePoint Online, Office 365

Thursday, 08 October 2015 12:00

Office 365 Administrator Permissions

Written by Louise Fahys

There are 5 main variations of administrators, which are all given different permissions based on the tasks they are responsible for. These permissions allow the different administrators to effectively complete their tasks without having unnecessary access to sensitive information.

The global admin can also set up other admins with permissions different from these 5 admins.

Tagged under Groups, Office 365

Tuesday, 06 October 2015 11:11

Shared Mailboxes in Office 365

Written by Louise Fahys

Shared mailboxes are a great tool for organizations that do support and customer service work.  They allow a group of people within an organization to receive and send mail from their individual email addresses, while still communicating under one group email alias, like info@codeasite.com.  This way, a group of employees can work on answering support questions without having to login to a separate account, allowing for quicker responses and better overall customer service.

Tagged under Outlook, Office 365, mailboxes

Tuesday, 29 September 2015 05:14

Office 365 Groups

Written by Louise Fahys

Office 365 groups are designed to help users stay connected to discussions, events, and content from anywhere and on any device.  Users can easily join different groups, where they can have conversations with their coworkers about projects, collaborate on files and set and view meeting times on a group calendar.  Groups take the disorder and confusion out of working with colleagues on different projects.

Tagged under Groups, Office 365

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