Tag : Collaboration

Written on Oct, 27, 2016 by in , | Leave a comment

Over the last few months, Microsoft has turned around its SharePoint platform and embarked on a mission to modernize the popular collaboration and portal product. This is great news for customers, who can look forward to a number of improvements, including a complete overhaul of SharePoint’s aging web user interface. However all the change introduces a lot of uncertainty. While it’s …

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Written on Sep, 25, 2015 by in | Leave a comment

Microsoft has recently taken a new approach in developing portals for Office 365. They’re called “NextGen Portals”; Microsoft’s Office Product Management GM Julia White says that they are “intelligent, collaborative, mobile and ready to go”. The first NextGen portals to be released are the Video Portal and Delve, a portal that uses machine learning to connect people with content and people …

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Written on Sep, 17, 2015 by in | Leave a comment

BlueMetal’s Content and Collaboration team has been busy building solutions ranging from portals to intranets to structured collaboration with forms and workflow. Here are a few recent articles from our team members that may be useful to you and the greater community. A series of articles on JSLink by Julie Turner JSLink is a powerful new technology that allows you …

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Written on May, 18, 2015 by in | 1 Comment.
Collaboration

Your design team may be missing something that’s crucial for a good user experience, a solid end product, and happy clients. Having worked in the industry for over 8 years, one thing I’ve learned to be true is that if your design and development teams don’t communicate, and communicate often on projects, in the end, it’s your project that could …

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Written on May, 13, 2015 by in | Leave a comment

At the Ignite conference last week, Microsoft laid out a new vision for collaboration and portals that is a major departure from the site-based approach that has been the core of SharePoint for more than a decade. Microsoft still fully supports SharePoint in its current form and will continue to do so, both on premises and in Office 365, even …

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