Tag: Microsoft

    • I recently completed a 10-month project for a healthcare organisation in the US to migrate content from SharePoint 2010 and 2013 to SharePoint 2016 (and SharePoint Online).  The end result was a success, but with a few caveats, which I’ll discuss throughout this blog. Our client, an international health care organisation, was looking to divest […]
    • Why should you be using Office 365? How many of you are using Office 365? To those of you that aren’t, why not? Let me explain why you should be: Infrastructure Management (or the lack thereof) As Office 365 is a SaaS (Software as a Service) platform, you don’t have to provision or manage any […]
    • Introduction StaffHub is Microsoft’s new roster scheduling application for today’s desk-less workers. It provides a seamless process to create and manage shift schedules with all relevant information for today’s businesses such as hotels, restaurants, bars and retail outlets. Now your staff can access their work rosters and related employee content anywhere and anytime from an […]
    • In Gartner’s 2016 CEO Survey: The Year of Digital Tenacity, they found that half of CEOs expect their industries to be substantially or unrecognisably transformed by digital and revealed that 84% of CEOs said that they expect digital change to bring higher profit margins. Let’s take a minute to let that sink in. Yes, your […]
    • Imagine your job is to make sure that the people who work in your organisation are productive and content. Perhaps your first step would be to make sure you have understood all of the different types of people that work in your organisation. Chances are, you have a pretty diverse workforce, with team members of […]
    • Reading the recently-released white paper “Collaborate for change: How Australian organisations can enhance productivity through usability and knowledge sharing“, I was given pause to consider the history of that mainstay of organisation knowledge sharing, the enterprise intranet. Since I was first involved with designing intranets in the mid -1990s, I have witnessed their continued development […]
    • As you may know, Microsoft sponsors many studies of the market dynamics that effect business and business IT today. One of those studies focuses specifically on the Cloud and Hosting market and has been executed by 451 Research in recent years. In the first blog of this series, I was reviewing the first time I […]
    • Coming up with a company mission might seem like an easy task, but at least in my experience the process is both much more complex and emotional than expected as well as highly rewarding once you find that perfect set of words that speaks to all the stakeholders in the process. With that in mind […]
    • I’m not a big fan of using fear to motivate just about anything, but in the business world who wants to lead a business into irrelevance? There are no shortage of business examples of companies who were highly successful, but failed to evolve and had the market swept right out from underneath them. Kodak may […]
    • Every year Microsoft sponsors all kinds of research that it can use to improve and position its offerings, more importantly they also make most of this research available to the public either directly or through its partners.  One of the reasons that the Microsoft Cloud & Hosting Summit is so powerful is that Microsoft and […]
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