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When Users Go Rogue with Unapproved Apps

Have you ever heard the phrase “Shadow IT?”   

When I hear it, I get a mental image of ninjas sneaking around an IT department, but while it’s not referring to some outside spy/assassin creeping around our office, it is a dangerous thing.  

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How Microsoft Teams Can Be Used Thru a Normal Work Day

Have you ever been introduced to a new idea or concept and wished there was a way to envision how this could possibly impact you and/or certain sections of your organization?  For those visual learners out there, Microsoft did us a huge favor and produced a series called Day in the life; Microsoft Teams.  They created different flyers each specific to an industry or job function and shows how Teams can be used through the course of a normal working day.

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New Announcements from Microsoft showing their commitment to the Intelligent Workplace

Microsoft kicked off the keynote address at SharePoint Conference North America with a quick history reminder of the industrial revolutions of the past and noting we are undergoing the 4th revolution, Digital.     There is a transformation of the way we work and operate thus creating a more inclusive and engaged workplace culture; an intelligent workplace.

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5 Things You Are Doing That Challenge Your Office 365 Deployment

Movement to the cloud is inevitable. With increased security, additional tools, and cost savings it’s becoming more and more of a no-brainer. Rarely are we faced with customers, after completing an honest assessment , who can’t go to the cloud.

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Top 5 Tips to succeed with Modern SharePoint

Last month Stephanie Donahue, President of PAIT Group, and Dan Stoll, VP of Product Technology at Hyperfish, collaborated on a webinar where the focus was to share practical tips and first hand experiences to start your Modern SharePoint journey and get the best of both classic and modern pages.

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Chat Bots… Marketing Hype or Essential Tool?

If you’ve been paying attention at all to Microsoft conferences or marketing blogs you’ve probably heard a lot of noise around bots and AI. We’ve seen basic demos where a bot can respond to a user’s question in a chat environment and we’ve seen more advanced demos were AI determines if an uploaded picture to a SharePoint list was a picture of cake or a muffin…

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