In our fast-evolving world one constant remains: change. There is an unprecedented pace of change to business models in order to adapt to the ever-increasing competition and ever-changing customer demands that face them.
If your organisation runs SharePoint 2010 or 2013, you’re probably curious about the next on-premise SharePoint version: SharePoint 2016.
In the mid to late nineties, Yahoo was the world’s top search engine. It wasn’t the only search engine available. Then Google came along.
What’s the first thing that comes to mind when you think of SharePoint?
If you’re like most people, you probably answered document management or an intranet portal – two of SharePoint’s best-known uses.
If you’ve skimmed over a tech blog or website in recent months, you’ve probably noticed Microsoft in the spotlight a little more than usual. It started with the release of Windows 10 back in July.
About eighteen months ago a ransomware trojan called CryptoLocker started infecting corporate computer systems worldwide. CryptoLocker is malware that encrypts files on mapped network drives and then demands money in exchange for the decryption keys.
Have you heard of Power BI? It’s the latest self-service business intelligence offering from Microsoft, and it’s already helping thousands of organisations around the world to do business more effectively.
It’s not easy running a successful registered club. There are so many moving parts: gaming, food and beverage, events, sport, marketing, finance, membership management, the list goes on and on. Keeping on top of it all is a challenge.
When implemented and maintained in the right way, intranets can improve business intelligence, streamline processes and unlock more value from organisational data. The problem is that many organisations don’t recognise their own intranet’s potential.
What key trends is Professional Advantage seeing for the future of your intranet? SharePoint solution specialist, Alex Dean tells what he’s expecting and where we have come from to get there.