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Drinking our own champagne, building the aeroplane while we’re flying it and reimagining work: Part 1

I’m quite partial to a metaphor. I reckon they do a great job of succinctly conjuring up a mental image that everyone connects with. It’s probably why some metaphors have endured the test of time and survived much longer than the 5 ¼ inch floppy disk… ... read full post

Posted by:  Nick Hadlee , Practice Manager |  15 June 2020


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Azure App Foundry – an approach to enterprise app development that saves you time and money

Part of the reasoning for developing Azure App Foundry was to meet our customers’ growing demands for an easier way to extend the functionality of legacy software systems. ... read full post

Posted by:  Nick Hadlee , Practice Manager |  05 March 2020

Microsoft Azure, Application development, Azure App Foundry, Low-code

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The Chrome browser SameSite cookie change

Google is changing the behaviour of their Chrome browser to be secure by default when it comes to how they handle cookies . The change affects how cookies are handled based on a cookie property that will become mandatory called SameSite. ... read full post

Posted by:  Nick Hadlee , Practice Manager |  16 January 2020

Browser, Client

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Is the intranet dead? Reflections on the Digital Workplace Conference 2017

That was the question we not so subtly put to the attendees of the Digital Workplace 2017 , held in Auckland last week. ... read full post

Posted by:  Nick Hadlee , Practice Manager |  30 May 2017

Collaboration, Intranet, content management, ECM, Portals

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Bits and bytes from the 7th New Zealand SharePoint Conference

Time really flies when you are having fun… And this year the 7 th Annual New Zealand SharePoint Conference happened in Auckland with a huge audience. ... read full post

Posted by:  Nick Hadlee , Practice Manager |  31 July 2014

SharePoint, SharePoint Conference, SharePoint 2013

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SharePoint 2013 Search

Search is an area of SharePoint that has been greatly improved with the forthcoming SharePoint 2013 release from Microsoft. The changes range from a new richer user interface through to a completely revamped back-end architecture. ... read full post

Posted by:  Nick Hadlee , Practice Manager |  21 September 2012

SharePoint, Search, SharePoint 2013

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The latest in SharePoint – highlights and future directions: An update from this year’s SharePoint Conference

For four days and nights during the recent SharePoint Conference there wasn’t a place you could go in Anaheim, California without being in close proximity to a lot of SharePoint people. I was lucky enough to join the 7,500 in attending this year’s conference. With over 240 sessions, 7,500 attendees and 200 vendors, it was a busy and exciting week. Did I mention that the conference party was held on the Tuesday night at Disneyland theme park? ... read full post

Posted by:  Nick Hadlee , Practice Manager |  18 October 2011

SharePoint, SharePoint Conference, Microsoft, Mobile, Office 365

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