A Gartner study of business process changes found that 67% of companies change their business processes once every six months, and 4% change them daily! Even if you don’t change your processes as often as that, you may find that when processes and workflows change, your SharePoint designers get much busier. Continue reading >>
Microsoft has had a ‘little’ bit of feedback from customers (aka complaints) regarding OneDrive for Business not reaching the parts other cloud file systems reach and have decided to take action, other than the action of filing the feedback in the shredder. So they will be taking their ‘really good’ consumer sync client (Onedrive), being the ‘simple reliable robust version’, and will be using it as the basis for the OD4B sync client, calling it the ‘Next Gen Sync Client’. And to provide disgruntled users with some confidence that things are getting better, they have published their roadmap for the improvements coming. Continue reading >>
If you have an Enterprise Agreement for licensing software from Microsoft, you may not be aware that there is a benefit that comes with it, which allows a number of days free of charge for a partner to help plan a solution for you.
The number of days depends on the size of your Enterprise Agreement, but those free days can be used in a number of ways, and one of those ways is SharePoint Deployment Planning. Continue reading >>