As I read more and more through the Service Manager Forum questions, I’ve come to realize that many folks out there have little to no knowledge of SQL and how to actually use it to build out some of the [...]
Do you already have SharePoint and a CRM? Are you using Dynamics CRM? There are literally hundreds if not thousands of reasons to use Dynamics CRM (including Microsoft’s $2.3B in cloud investment) so hopefully if your organization leverages CRM or is [...]
Recently we had a scenario come up for a client in which they had the need to update the URL of the Content Link within all of their Content Editor Web Parts (CEWP) within their existing SharePoint environment while migrating [...]
Why This ECM Guy is Excited About the New Office 365 SharePoint My background is in “traditional” enterprise content management, by which I mean scanning or importing documents into a system which stores and manages them securely on an on-premises [...]
In my last blog post “How to Add the Service Manager Authoring Tool’s Form Controls to Visual Studio,” I showed you how you can add the Service Manager Authoring Tool’s (AT) form controls to Visual Studio. In this post, I [...]
SharePoint 2013 transforms the ways people work while maintaining structured processes, compliance, and existing IT investments. This presentation highlights the improvements and new features in SP2013, including architectural highlights, applications and development, and what’s new for end users.