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Maintaining Compliance with SharePoint 2016

How well is your organization conforming to the rules and reporting? SharePoint 2016 is helping users with compliance and reporting is an automatic occurrence.

Jason Wong | February 12, 2019

Hybrid Computing with SharePoint 2019

A SharePoint 2019 hybrid solution preserves the best of your existing on-prem assets and gives you the best that the cloud has to offer.

Jason Wong | February 6, 2019

Enhance Business Intelligence with SharePoint 2016

The most valuable asset is SharePoint 2016’s capacity to up business intelligence with the stroke of the key using Office 365’s Power Pivot.

Jason Wong | January 29, 2019

7 Must Have Office 365 Apps #2: Skype for Business

What’s going on in the exciting world of Office 365 applications and in particular, Skype for Business? There’s big changes coming, get the scoop here.

Mo Anwar | January 17, 2019

Simplify SLAs with Sprint Team App Development

Service Level Agreements have become a time-consuming and expensive endeavor for organizations. Find out how a Sprint Team can streamline app development.

Michael Dunn | January 8, 2019

7 Must Have Office 365 Apps #1: Microsoft Exchange

There are seven must have Office 365 apps needed for the digital transformation New blog post series focuses on the first: Microsoft Exchange.

Mo Anwar | January 3, 2019

STaaS’s Facilitate Speedy, Affordable ADM Services

App development can be costly for organizations. On top of that it’s time consuming. Learn about how a Sprint Team can support your app dev projects flexibly.

Michael Dunn | December 18, 2018

Becoming 2019 Compliant

Look no further than Microsoft SharePoint to keep up with evolving national and international compliance.

Nidhi Gupta | December 12, 2018

Build on Demand with Datavail’s Sprint Team-as-a-Service

Don’t just maintain your digital systems, rebuild them with a sprint team gradually, flexibly and at your own pace.

Michael Dunn | December 6, 2018
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