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It is OK for SharePoint to look like SharePoint

I am sick and tired of hearing people complain about SharePoint look and feel and lack of sophisticated branding capabilities. Yes, I agree, the ability to customize SharePoint Out of the Box is not that spectacular – you can choose between few color palettes, select from a handful of fonts and upload a logo or background image onto the site. However, I… keep reading >

2 ways to approach SharePoint Migration

I should probably correct myself first on the mistake I made with the title of this post. Just a few months ago, I have written a blog post where I advised my audience to stop calling SharePoint migration a “SharePoint migration”. So whatever you call your migration project, in this article, I would like to explain 2 different ways you, as an organization,… keep reading >

Stop calling it a SharePoint Migration project!

There is one thing that drives me absolutely crazy in my line of SharePoint consulting work. And that is when clients refer to SharePoint & Office 365 as a SharePoint Migration project. Yes, I may be an obsessive perfectionist, since I insist on certain naming convention here. But the reality is that it is more than just a name thing. It is not about… keep reading >

How to Manage SharePoint Implementation (VIDEO)

In case you missed it, enjoy this Webinar recording from April 7, 2016 on how to manage SharePoint Implementation in your organization. So you have bought Office 365 licenses for your organization, switched everyone to Outlook online and now are ready to roll out the SharePoint “thing”. You make it to the default SharePoint page and your next step is… EXACTLY!!! Where… keep reading >

SharePoint and Agile – marriage in heaven

There are probably hundreds of books, thousands of internet discussions, endless forums on social media that talk about Waterfall vs. Agile Methodologies and pros and cons of each project management methodology. In the context of SharePoint Implementation, given my vast experience  in the fields of SharePoint and Project Management (I am PMP certified), I can provide the following advice: 1. SharePoint and… keep reading >

Implement SharePoint using KISS Principle

It is Valentine’s Day, so today’s blog post is about the KISS. KISS principle that is. KISS principle has been around in Software Design since 1960’s and stands for “Keep it Simple Stupid”. A catch-phrase that surely gets the attention. The principle is all about a notion that everything we design should be simple. I can’t think of a better environment then SharePoint to apply… keep reading >

4 ways to migrate documents to SharePoint

How do you migrate documents to SharePoint? I am sure you asked yourself this question ever since you opted to move your organization to the cloud (Office 365/SharePoint Online that is). This blog post will explain 4 unique ways for you to migrate your files and documents to SharePoint, as well as explain pros and cons of each method. How to migrate… keep reading >

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