Microsoft SharePoint Applications & Office 365 Solutions

Microsoft SharePoint Applications & Office 365 Solutions

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Posted by Microsoft Expert | 18 September 2018| SharePoint, Uncategorized

SharePoint’s use in website creation is no secret. It can be a secure place for you to store, organize, share, and access website information on any device – but just saying “SharePoint” can refer to more than one product or technology. So, what is different from version to version? Should you use on-premises or Online?...

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Posted by Microsoft Expert | 19 July 2018| SharePoint

SharePoint Server is a great tool that gives you more control over SharePoint’s behavior and design. Although it receives less frequent updates than SharePoint itself, SharePoint Server runs on your customer’s infrastructure. The wide set of features and customization can make your life much easier. SharePoint Server comes in three editions: Standard, Enterprise, and the...

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SharePoint Tips and Tricks
Posted by ESW Team | 31 May 2018| SharePoint

SharePoint Tips and Tricks It seems like every day at eSoftware we are learning or explaining an endless list of SharePoint Tips and Tricks to our clients. We’ve decided to start this article and continue to add and organize it over time. Check back often to see what the latest tips and tricks are that...

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Office 2016 vs Office 365
Posted by Microsoft Expert | 10 May 2018| Blog, Office 365

Office 2016 vs Office 365 Microsoft’s Office Suite is a staple of the workplace and home. Office 2016 is the “offline” Office version where you install the applications on your machine, and for many years, this type of service was the only Microsoft Office provided. But with the emergence of the cloud, is it worth...

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Posted by ESW Team | 07 May 2018| Formulas, Office 365, SharePoint

Use Today in Calculated Columns in SharePoint Today we are putting to rest the question, and myth, of if you can use today in calculated columns in SharePoint.  This question has been around for over a decade and depending where you go on the internet, the answer is either yes or no. We can definitively...

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Posted by The eSoftware Team | 06 April 2018| Blog, Office 365

GDPR Compliance in Office 365 The EU’s General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) will be in full effect come May 25th 2018, and it brings several changes to data protection for EU citizens. Although it can be expensive and take up a lot of time, you might as well get this out of the way. While...

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Posted by ESW Team | 04 April 2018| Office 365, SharePoint

March 2018 Office 365 Updates We’re Excited About March was a busy month for Office 365. There were 33 new additions to the Office 365 roadmap with a heavy focus on Outlook.  The March 2018 Office 365 updates also included additions related to SharePoint, Yammer, Teams, Word and OneDrive for Business as well.  Here is the...

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Posted by The eSoftware Team | 30 March 2018| Blog, SharePoint

After all, Microsoft SharePoint consulting services help companies implement SharePoint migrations, SharePoint design services and SharePoint workflows. Most companies don’t have the time or money to create these platforms on their own. Luckily, there’s no need to hire inside developers when SharePoint consultants can offer these services at a competitive rate. Therefore, Excel Solutions can...

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Posted by The eSoftware Team | 21 March 2018| Blog, Office 365, SharePoint

The Dark Ages The history of SharePoint starts in 2001. SharePoint would make its appearance during the Office XP development cycle in , under the codenames “Office Server” and “Tahoe” and would later become known as SharePoint Portal 2001. SharePoint Portal 2001 came from the now-discontinued FrontPage, along with Office Server Extension and Team Pages....

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Posted by The eSoftware Team | 20 February 2018| Blog, Office 365

Microsoft Power BI (business intelligence) is a set of analytics tools that help users track metrics, visualize data, and more. Powered by integrations with some of the most commonly used tools like SQL and others, the interface allows users to create dashboards that help them make business decisions. Below, we’ve listed a few reasons why...

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