Posts Tagged ‘Microsoft SharePoint’


Nov , 16

PowerApps and Microsoft Flow is now available on Microsoft SharePoint

  On 31st October 2016, Microsoft SharePoint announced the availability of PowerApps and Microsoft Flow. Both the tools enable users to automate workflows and build custom apps quickly, and it is also suitable for specific needs of SharePoint users. What are PowerApps?   Image Source-   PowerApps is meant to help users who can’t [...]


Oct , 16

Highlights of Microsoft Ignite 2016

  The Microsoft Ignite 2016, the mega conference and the most awaited event from Microsoft, took place in Atlanta, GA from 26th September – 30th September. The event has been known, over the years, for key announcements, new developments and exciting plans as far as Microsoft products are concerned. This year was no different. There [...]


Apr , 16

Focusing Your SharePoint Developments on User Experience

  Microsoft SharePoint offers seemingly unlimited useful functionality, but if you’ve spent any extended amount of time working with it you also know that SharePoint’s user experience is lacking. As users know and as Microsoft admits, the user experience simply isn’t as cohesive and seamless as it could be.   Because of this, it’s somewhat [...]


Feb , 14

4 Best Practices for Maximizing SharePoint ROI

With SharePoint, organizations are able to build intranets storing, searching and managing documents in a central location. In addition to facilitating better collaboration, SharePoint reduces emails and duplicated work while increasing employee engagement.     However, when it comes to maximizing their SharePoint return on investment (ROI), many organizations—such as those in the healthcare industry, [...]


Feb , 12

Lack of MS SharePoint Talent

ISHIR believes that Microsoft SharePoint 2010 is a complex environment and the US market particularly major markets such as Dallas, Houston, Seattle, New York, Austin, Chicago, Miami are facing a severe shortage of Microsoft SharePoint 2010 talent and expertise. It may be technically quite difficult and comparatively expensive for any business to implement Microsoft SharePoint [...]