Author : Jonathan Ralton

Jonathan has extensive experience as a business analyst and consultant with over eight years of SharePoint exposure. While more of an integrator and configurator than developer, he excels with clients in bridging the gap between their business problems and the feature-laden SharePoint “Swiss Army knife.” He’s is a skilled information architect, and has wrestled with many information management challenges across multiple industries. In addition to a well-developed technical acumen, Jonathan also possesses a flair for the creative. He regularly incorporates design and marketing experience into his work to enhance user experience, interaction design, and usability. He also designs and produces print and electronic collateral and advertising material.

Written on Apr, 24, 2014 by in | Leave a comment

[Cross-posted from blog.jonralton.net] A lot of hype was created around the announcement by the Microsoft Office team of InfoPath’s end-of-life announcement (blog post) by Microsoft back in January, accentuated by the ‘InfoPath Funeral’ held at the SharePoint Conference in March. For those following InfoPath’s progress over the past few years, or lack thereof, this was not shocking news. We didn’t …

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