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Feb

Launching App Innovation Assessment

Getting a new application development project up and running is challenging; understanding user and business needs, the current and future state of your data and processes, aligning with business and technology strategies, creating an architecture, planning a roadmap, understanding costs. The whole process can be daunting! ... read full post

Posted by:  Toby Spendiff , General Manager Digital, Data & AI |  27 February 2020

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


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19

Feb

Azure App Foundry: cutting the cost of software development

The vast majority of custom-made enterprise software has a similar feature set such as managing data, providing reports, supporting mobile, being secure and always available. What’s the cost impact of rewriting these features? ... read full post

Posted by:  Toby Spendiff , General Manager Digital, Data & AI |  19 February 2020

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


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17

Feb

Five reasons why software development is still critical

In a world of advanced off-the-shelf packaged solutions, surely there would be no reason to ever write a line of code again. Can we finally put complex software development projects to pasture and get on with the business at hand? Not a chance. ... read full post

Posted by:  Toby Spendiff , General Manager Digital, Data & AI |  17 February 2020

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


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16

Dec

Introducing Azure App Foundry – the low-code answer to building enterprise apps

Here’s the dilemma that IT managers and C-suite executives are facing every day all over the country as they ponder how to develop a much-needed new application for their business – do I build, bend or buy it? ... read full post

Posted by:  Toby Spendiff , General Manager Digital, Data & AI |  16 December 2019

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


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26

Apr

Key productivity trends in New Zealand organisations today

Toby Spendiff, Intergen’s General Manager, Enterprise Solutions, shares observations and insights on the particular productivity gains New Zealand organisations are looking to achieve – and how they’re setting about achieving them.  ... read full post

Posted by:  Toby Spendiff , General Manager Digital, Data & AI |  26 April 2016

Digital Transformation, Less Busyness More Business


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01

May

In the fight for survival, the social company wins

Join us for a free SharePoint and enterprise social networking breakfast event (Auckland) and find out how you can extend your use of SharePoint to create a truly ‘social’ enterprise. ... read full post

Posted by:  Toby Spendiff , General Manager Digital, Data & AI |  01 May 2014


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24

Jul

SharePoint 2013 – Social

Welcome to the second blog post in our series on SharePoint 2013. In this post we’ll be taking a tour of the new Social capabilities. Make sure to check out our Essential Information post if you haven’t done so already, as it provides an overview of everything new in SharePoint 2013. ... read full post

Posted by:  Toby Spendiff , General Manager Digital, Data & AI |  24 July 2012


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18

Jul

The New SharePoint – Essential Information

The next version of SharePoint is here! The beta has just been released and we can expect the final version towards the end of 2012. The new version of SharePoint contains a significant number of improvements in key areas such as mobility, productivity and social, and if you’re considering a new SharePoint deployment or upgrade then you need to be seriously looking at the new version now . ... read full post

Posted by:  Toby Spendiff , General Manager Digital, Data & AI |  18 July 2012

SharePoint, Social Media, Software Development, Search Technologies, Mobile


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26

Apr

Which SharePoint 2010 version do I need?

With five different versions of SharePoint 2010 available on May 12th, it can be a little confusing to know which to go for. In this post I’ll provide some broad guidance to help select the right version of SharePoint 2010 based on the type of solution and business need. ... read full post

Posted by:  Toby Spendiff , General Manager Digital, Data & AI |  26 April 2010

SharePoint 2010


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13

Apr

SharePoint 2010 Intranet Evolved

Since SharePoint 2010’s beta release last year it’s been clear that Microsoft has surged ahead of pure-play intranet products like Socialtext, Jive SBS, Confluence and Thoughtfarmer. Quite a feat when you consider just how many other aspects of a business SharePoint supports. ... read full post

Posted by:  Toby Spendiff , General Manager Digital, Data & AI |  13 April 2010

SharePoint 2010, Intranets


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