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The Retirement of SharePoint 2010 Workflows

SharePoint 2010 Workflows are Going Away, and You Have Questions. You may have heard the news on July 6, 2020 that SharePoint 2010 workflows are being retired this year, and likely have a lot of questions. If you are hearing this news for the...


Comparing Microsoft Teams vs. SharePoint for Project Management

Office 365 offers powerful tools for project management, yet there is no "one size fits all" solution for every organization. Solutions vary based on the size of each company, the number of users, project management needs, and more.&nb...


Two Opportunities to Attend SharePoint Intranet in a Day

What is Intranet in a Day? On May 14 and May 28, participants in Intranet in a Day will create a slick company intranet and content management system using SharePoint Online with Communication Sites. Register here today! Course Description...


DMC's SharePoint Intranet in a Day

What is Intranet in a Day? Participants in Intranet in a Day will create a slick company intranet and content management system using SharePoint Online with Communication Sites. Course Description: SharePoint Online has introduced many new f...


Microsoft End of Extended Support for Windows 7, Windows Server 2008, and Office 2010 Applications

On January 14, 2020, Microsoft officially ended its extended support for Windows 7. This means that Microsoft will no longer offer security patches or bug fixes for users still running the 11-year-old operating system. At the time 26% of all Windows ...


Tips and Best Practices to Help Employees Work Remotely Using Microsoft Teams

Novel Coronavirus (a.k.a. COVID-19) is making working remotely a necessity for many people. On a daily basis, many of you already rely on a wide range of Microsoft Office 365 applications like Exchange, SharePoint, OneDrive, CRM, Power BI, and Teams ...


How to Connect a SharePoint Online Provider-Hosted App to Azure SQL Server (Part 2)

This is the second part in a series for creating an app capable of utilizing data on both SharePoint and Azure. This guide will walk you through creating a simple application that will store data on Azure SQL Server and where users will interface wit...


Microsoft Flow: Create a SharePoint Folder When a List Item is Created Using a REST API

Microsoft Power Automate (formerly Microsoft Flow) is an excellent application to automate daily business processes. There are over 200 data connectors and it is intuitively simple to use.  Recently, I was developing a Flow to create a new fo...


Using JSLink with SharePoint Lists to Render Custom WebParts

Say you have a basic list in SharePoint and want to display the list data on your SharePoint page. A typical list that looks like a grid can be pretty dull, so it is common that a company or developer would want to show the list in a way that is not ...


Creating SharePoint List Items in Microsoft Flow Using a REST API

I was recently creating a Flow when I realized that the “Create Item” and “Update Item” actions in Microsoft Flow would not allow me to set the value of a hyperlink field. To overcome this, I used the “Send an HTTP re...


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