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Integrating SharePoint into your Business Cloud Strategy
When evaluating applications, services and business processes that could be moved to the cloud, it's important to include SharePoint Online in your planning. SharePoint Online can function as a hub around which other cloud applications and services can be organized, as well as a resource other applications and services can utilize. As your legacy software applications reach their end of life, you have many options for extending and expanding by moving workloads to the right cloud technology.
Integrating Cloud Services with Legacy Software Applications
Application software does not last forever. At some point, some combination of challenges and opportunities make it clear that it’s time to retire, replace or retrofit. In this article of a continuing series, we’ll make the case for considering integrating cloud services with your existing business software
Migrating To Mobile Apps
Application software does not last forever. At some point, some combination of challenges and opportunities make it clear that it’s time to retire, replace or retrofit. In this continuing series, we’ll make the case for considering integrating mobile apps into your business software.
The 3 R's of Application Software End of Life Planning
Application software does not last forever. At some point, some combination of challenges and opportunities make it clear that it’s time to retire, replace or retrofit. You have options! Let’s explore them.
Microsoft is a Phone Company
With the Office 365 E5 Plan, in addition to all the Office products and services you can make Microsoft your phone company. If you like the idea of moving your Exchange Server into the cloud, you’ll love having your PBX and other phone hardware virtualized as well.
Both-Shoring the Offshore Hybrid
Using the right model on the right projects, even small and medium-sized companies can take advantage of the economies and efficiencies of using offshore software development resources. It’s all about having a process that works. We call it Both-Shoring.
Doing BPM Right with SharePoint and Dynamics CRM
Business process management (BPM) is critical to the success of any business venture. Savvy managers are contemplating software solutions to formalize their BPM best practices – let’s talk about are your options for making workers, managers and executives work better together.
Business Process Management (BPM) with SharePoint
Managers exist because business process management (BPM) is critical to the success of any business venture. If you are still using Excel spreadsheets to keep track of things, if you're still bothering people with emails and phone calls to get status updates, if you schedule weekly standing meetings to review routine work procedures, we need to talk!
Can I Do CRM with SharePoint
As a business consultant I’m often asked if SharePoint is a viable alternative to spending big money on customer relationship management (CRM) software. I give it a qualified YES, you can do CRM SharePoint so long as you keep your expectations in check. I call this “CRM Lite” and you can get the primary functions of a CRM using out-of-box SharePoint features.
Difference Between SharePoint and OneDrive
When should you use one over the other? Is there a place for OneDrive when you’re already using SharePoint? Happily, the answers to these questions and more are not all that difficult to explain. It’s a matter of understanding the pros and cons and using the right tool for the job.