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May 3, 2016

CSPUG: Office 365 Groups

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Apr 28, 2016

Sustainable Collaboration

The M@dison
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Why Visual Design Is More Than Meets the Eye via @uxmag https://t.co/WZcdxw5ETr

Apr 14, 2016

Microsoft Azure + Power BI: Better Together

Microsoft Technology Center
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Apr 7, 2016

Sustainable Collaboration

Union Station
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Mar 28, 2016

Salesforce 2016 Chicago World Tour Recap

In the first minutes of Salesforce’s second stop on their 2016 World Tour, two new bits of information were added to the portion of my brain that I have set aside for all things SFDC. 1. Mike Rosenbaum really does have an awful Twitter handle, and 2. Lasers and fog machines don’t automatically kick in at every Salesforce keynote. Both of these apparent technological throwbacks were quickly forgiven, however.

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Mar 25, 2016

Microsoft Data Insights Summit Recap

I am traveling back from Seattle after attending the inaugural Microsoft Data Insights Summit (MDIS) in Bellevue on March 22 and 23. I thought it would be good to write a quick summary for those of you who were unable to attend.

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Mar 22, 2016

Developing A Business Intelligence Solution For A Professional Services Organization Using Microsoft Power BI

As a big fan of Power BI from Microsoft and Go-To-Market lead for Business Intelligence and Analytics at Rightpoint, our leadership provided me with a recent challenge: “Can you replace our current reporting environment which consisted of a relatively fragmented set of solutions with an integrated enterprise-wide reporting and dashboard solution and if so how long would it take?”

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Mar 20, 2016

Using Process Builder And An Auto-Launched Visual Flow To Create And/Or Update Existing Records

Every time a sales rep has a ‘Closed Won’ Opportunity a ‘Product Commitment’ (custom object) record needs to be created associated that Account along with a Product Commitment detail (another custom object) record. The trick is that there can only be one type of Product Commitment per Account. Also, the operations team needs to know when the capital (or funds) was committed with the added complexity of several possible opportunities committing to the same product.

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Mar 16, 2016

Recapping Denver SharePoint Fest

Last week, I had the opportunity to speak at SharePoint Fest in Denver with Paul McAleer, my fellow Denver Rightpointer. We were getting exponentially more excited as we started to craft our talk, since we would be blending together user experience and technical design related to the past, present, and future of SharePoint.

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Mar 16, 2016

The Content Uprising: How Technology Is Changing The Way We Think About And Use Content

Technology continues to provide marketers and communicators with amazing opportunities to be creative in gathering, presenting, sharing and managing information. In today’s world, it’s obvious voice-activated search is easier than typing in keywords. And of course, information searched yesterday appears in your Facebook feed today.

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Mar 9, 2016

Takeaways From The 2016 Neo4j GraphDays: Chicago Conference

As a developer, my favorite part of my job is that I get (and am encouraged) to play around with all kinds of new technologies to test for instances where we could add a new tool to Rightpoint’s ever-expanding toolbox. One of my latest finds is called Neo4j, an industry leader in the Graph Database space. While technically the product has been around for nine years, it seems that they’re just starting to become broadly relevant within the mainstream technology market.

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Mar 8, 2016

How To Inherit Search Navigation In SharePoint With PowerShell

We were recently tasked with writing a PowerShell script to inherit search navigation nodes from the root website for all websites in the site collection (on-prem). For the uninitiated, here’s a good overview of how the search dropdown works in SharePoint 2013.

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Mar 6, 2016

How To Fix Ugly Ampersands In A SharePoint Display Template

It should be fairly well known by now that the managed metadata service will "normalize" term labels using the NormalizeName method (docs). Thanks to Andy Burns and this post from 2014, we know that the NormalizeName method will replace ampersands with the unicode full width ampersand, replace double quotes with the unicode full width quote, and trim extra spaces between words.

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Mar 1, 2016

SharePoint Fest Denver

Colorado Convention Center
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Feb 29, 2016

Consumer To Producer

Woah, it’s nearly March already! 2016 is off to a flying start and I’ve barely gotten over my Christmas hangover. The beginning of the year is the best time to step back, assess the year gone by, make resolutions, strive for new beginnings, and refocus. I’m still riding on the wave of January optimism and have so many things I want to learn in the coming months, so many blogs to read, events to attend, online courses to take, new design programs to download… I’m ready to do it all!

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