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Mar 26, 2015

Quarterly Cloud Briefing

The Boarding House
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Google wants to rank websites based on facts not links #contentstrategy #seotips - http://t.co/0zxAvMPz5z

Mar 18, 2015

Consumerism In B2B

Soho House Chicago
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Mar 15, 2015

Rightpoint Session At SXSW

JW Marriott
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Feb 11, 2015

What Makes A Good Leadership Message

Communication is one of the most powerful tools leaders can use, but often it takes a while to harness these skills. We’ve all found ourselves looking around the room wondering if employees are really understanding what we are saying. Do they care? Are they even listening? Are we engaging them?

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Feb 9, 2015

Make It Personal

You are probably like me. In the course of your busy week, cool articles or snippets of content fall into the orbit of your attention span. Maybe you make time for them in the moment (I envy you), or perhaps you flag them for a later time when you can really invest in topics of interest.

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Feb 9, 2015

Raising Tech-Savvy Kids

It was 1982 when I first saw a computer. I was in the new computer lab at my elementary school, fascinated by this beige box before me. "Apple II", it read. Its keyboard was dark brown and chunky, and quite tempting to my 5-year-old fingers. A black-and-green screen stared back at me with nothing so much as a "]" on it. I typed a few letters, and it repeated them back to me... with errors.

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Feb 1, 2015

Salesforce.com: Which Browser Is Best?

With Salesforce.com Spring ‘15 release, Internet Explorer 7 and 8 are no longer supported. Most of us have already said goodbye to IE 7 and IE 8, but have all of your users? Old habits die hard. Security alone should be a good enough reason to move on, but now here is another excuse. Check your login history (Setup | Manage Users | Login History) to make sure all your users are using latest versions of browsers.

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Jan 22, 2015

The New Salesforce Lighting Process Builder Is A Game Changer

One of the best and most anticipated features coming in the Salesforce Spring ’15 release is the new Lightning Process Builder. The process builder is a new workflow tool that helps you easily automate your business processes and helps your organization operate more efficiently with just a few clicks.

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Jan 10, 2015

Custom SharePoint 2013 Star Ratings With JSOM And SVG

Star Ratings for SharePoint 2013 Publishing Pages are boring. I decided I wanted to make them cool and learn some JSOM to boot. What’s JSOM you ask? It’s the JavaScript version of SharePoint’s Client-Side Object Model (CSOM). Basically, it allows you to interact with SharePoint data with a client-side script.

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Jan 8, 2015

A No-Code Way To Hack SharePoint's URLs To Filter By Managed Metadata And Show Child Terms

Managed Metadata is a beautiful thing. Creating a query string that filters by a managed metadata field and shows child terms is not a beautiful thing. Thankfully I just found an efficient way to build a query string to filter by managed metadata while showing child terms and not requiring code of any kind.

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Jan 6, 2015

Rightpoint's Most Popular 2014 Blog Posts

As we begin a new year, we first took a look back at Rightpoint’s most popular blog posts of 2014. So, here they are, the most viewed blogs of 2014. Enjoy!

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Jan 4, 2015

Leveraging LESS To Quickly & Effectively Create Icons From Sprite Sheets

On a recent project, I was presented with a daunting task: generate icons from a handful of sprite sheets. While normally a trivial task, this particular instance proved a bit more daunting.

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Jan 1, 2015

A Web Developer's Guide To JavaScript Frameworks

When working at a technology consulting company, you get exposed to discussions about a lot of different technologies. With web applications in particular, these "water cooler" discussions will often revolve around the latest and greatest JavaScript frameworks.

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Dec 22, 2014

How To Get The Publishing Status Of A SharePoint Page In An Event Receiver

On a recent project I was tasked with doing a number of operations on a SharePoint publishing page after it had been published and unpublished. If you have ever tried this before you will have undoubtedly felt the frustration of not having built in events for ItemPublished and ItemUnpublished like exist for ItemAdded and ItemUpdated.

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