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Keynote: Embracing the Digital Workplace in the Age of COVID

Mark and I recently had the pleasure of keynoting the Lightup Virtual Conference supporting unicef. We were thrilled to not only be keynoting but to also have the opportunity to donate to unicef and in turn, support their COVID initiatives. Mark and I were asked to speak about some of the work we are doing to address COVID challenges with Microsoft technologies in the workplace and we thought this would be a great opportunity to share our work with all of you as well! Our slides and the full video are linked at the bottom of this article.

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The Mandalorian, Best Practices, and Microsoft 365

As I was watching my new favorite Star Wars series the other day I once again heard the phrase "This is the way."  This time the phrase stuck with me and got me thinking about SharePoint intranets and best practices.

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Microsoft Ignite is here!

 

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An Office 365 Users Guide to Power Apps & Power Automate (Flow) Licensing – October 2019 Edition

Licensing for Microsoft products and services is often confusing, befuddling, or downright incomprehensible. The licensing for Power Apps and Power Automate is no exception, mostly due to one set of changes that went into effect in February 2019 and a second set of changes that went into effect on October 1, 2019. The goal of this article is to clear up as much of the confusion as possible by documenting Power Apps and Power Automate licensing as of October 1, 2019.

This blog post was last updated on July 21, 2020.

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Why it is Time to Give PowerApps a Second Chance

I admit, the first time I took a look at PowerApps I was quick to dismiss it. The anointed InfoPath replacement tool had a less intuitive interface than InfoPath, you couldn’t really do anything to style the forms, and the formula language was just something I wasn’t prepared to deal with.

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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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