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.
Recently, I have sat in a few meetings with clients talking about the cloud and had a little chuckle when they told me that they don’t use the cloud and that their business probably isn’t ready for the cloud just yet.
Windows 2003 Server reaches its end-of-life on July 14, 2015. If you haven’t already moved away from this operating system, or other unsupported operating systems, the time for action is now!
You’ve heard of life hacks, well the team at Professional Advantage have put together four quick and easy life hacks to start improving your SharePoint environment and start making your work day just a little bit easier this year.
One of the more common grievances I hear when presenting SharePoint workshops is the difficulty of using SharePoint Search to find content. SharePoint 2013 has everything you need, however there are a few ways to make SharePoint Search work even better for you.
Recent research has revealed that people are increasingly reliant on mobile devices for work-related internet searching and accessing information. Against this backdrop it has become increasingly important for today’s intranets to accommodate changing usage patterns.
While it is well-known that Microsoft SharePoint is a superb system for content management and workforce collaboration as an extranet and intranet, what is less well-recognised is that SharePoint also stacks up well as a platform for the creation of public-facing websites.
There’s good news for Australian businesses looking to move their IT resources to the cloud with the launch last month of Microsoft’s two Australian Azure cloud computing data centres.