Monthly Archives: December 2016

What I Learned About United Airlines Baggage Claim

This is a deviation from my regular posts but thought it important to document. Summary Points Follow these points to make the best use of your time and experience and to best ensure your luggage arrives promptly. Don’t wait for … Continue reading

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O365 Architecting SharePoint – Connecting The Dots: Part III

If you haven’t, please review Part II prior to reading the rest of this article. From an Enterprise Intranet Perspective, your business and more specifically, the Executive Leadership/Management, has an agenda around what will be surfaced on the Home Page … Continue reading

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O365 Architecting SharePoint – Connecting The Dots: Part II

If you haven’t, please review Part I prior to reading the rest of this article. So, the question posed of me recently was this, “How Do We Get There“? Now that our consulting team has worked with Executive Leadership, major … Continue reading

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O365 Architecting SharePoint – Connecting The Dots: Part I

Reflecting On The Problem Our best intentions may be a combination of fun and frustration without the following: – Knowledge: Thorough Awareness – Skills: Trained Experience. – Intelligence: Executed Application. – Wisdom: Insightful Intelligence. DOT Fun – Knowledge is awareness … Continue reading

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