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Wednesday, 12 April 2017 08:10

Choosing the Right Intranet Software

Written by Wesley Darling

Deciding on which intranet software is best for your organization can be hard! As you know, there are tons of intranet choices available, all with their own pros and cons. An intranet software might have all of the automation features your company needs for its business processes, but is out of your price range. Or, you might find an intranet service that is cost-effective and easy to set up, but allows for very little customization or development. It can be tough discerning what is most important for your organization, and which intranet software meets those requirements. 

Tagged under Development, SharePoint

Monday, 03 April 2017 08:18

The Complete Guide to Corporate Intranet Providers

Written by Wesley Darling

Are you an IT administrator who is looking for a comprehensive list of all of the top intranet software solutions available, but are having trouble keeping track of their various strengths and weaknesses? Try taking a look at the Megalist below: in no particular order, 16 of the top intranet solutions with their main pros and cons listed for your convenience!

Tagged under Development, SharePoint

Monday, 27 March 2017 08:23

How to Make Sure You Hire the Best Intranet Developer

Written by Wesley Darling

When your team has decided to take the plunge into the world of intranet services, you may be overwhelmed by all of the choices and features available to you, or simply not know what all you're able to do. Your intranet site will likely become one of your company’s greatest assets, and you want to make sure it fills all of the roles your company needs it to. Hiring the right developers can help you create operational efficiencies within your company that add to your bottom line.

Tagged under Development, SharePoint

Tuesday, 24 May 2016 04:51

Does Your App Need a Support Contract?

Written by Wesley Darling

What is a support contract? 

A support contract is a legally binding document detailing specifically who (client or developer) is responsible for supporting which parts of the application upon completion. This can include services, hardware, software, and equipment, as well as maintenance, new application feature development, and security. Support contracts are necessary to communicate expectations from one party to the other, and are an important part in maintaining a healthy client-developer relationship, and having a successful project. Depending on the type of project, the size of your company, and any technology support infrastructure you may already have in place, the breadth of your support contract will vary.   


Tagged under Development

Friday, 13 May 2016 10:54

SharePoint 2016 Development: Microsoft Flow App, PowerApps & New Framework

Written by Wesley Darling

When looking over the changes Microsoft made to SharePoint for its 2016 edition, it is clear that Development was put at the forefront. Microsoft has taken a renewed focus on both front and back-end developers, as well as encouraging enhanced customization with basic user customization. Today we'll take a look at what sort of developmental changes have been made, and how you can employ them to make  SharePoint the best it can be for your specific business. 

Tagged under SharePoint Online, SharePoint 2016, Development, SharePoint

Monday, 10 November 2014 12:00

Example of How to Use SharePoint Content Types

Written by Louise Fahys

In our experience working with our clients to help them understand how to use Content Types in SharePoint we have found that providing a SharePoint Content Types example helps them quickly grasp this concept. This guide will help you use SharePoint Content Types best practices to plan and organize your documents into groups with similar needs.

Tagged under Development, SharePoint

Tuesday, 17 February 2009 09:30

Delete files or directories from a tar or zip file

Written by Louise Fahys

The --delete option allows specified files to be completely removed from a tar file (except when the tar file is on magnetic tape). However, this is different from an extraction, as copies of the removed files are not made and placed in the current directory. Thus, for example, the files file1 and file2 can be removed from file.tar with the following:

Tagged under Development, Linux

Thursday, 12 February 2009 12:00

Weird characters like â are showing up on my site

Written by Louise Fahys

Getting weird characters like  instead of or ’?  Most likely there is a Character set problem.  It can occur when a MySQL and PHP are upgraded or when data has been incorrectly stored or the application is sending an incorrect (or missing) character set to the browser.  PHP doesn't yet support UTF-8 natively in its numerous string handling functions (version 6 will when released).

Tagged under Apache, Development

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