Use Microsoft Forms to collect data right into your Excel file

This post is the first of a few where we look at how easy the Office 365 stack integrates. In this series, we will: Create a Form and have the data save directly in Excel (this post) Add the Form to Microsoft Teams Notify the Team a submission was made How does this look like on... Continue Reading →

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Why you should keep your on premise SharePoint when developing for Office 365

If you're diving into the wonderful world of developing for Office 365, or SharePoint Online, don't let go of your development environment just yet! Keeping your on premise instance of SharePoint 2013 for development will make a few things much easier, and will alleviate headaches in the long run. For starters, make sure to have... Continue Reading →

Upcoming webinar: maximize video in the enterprise

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Microsoft SharePoint is a powerful solution that can manage content across organizations in a variety of ways. Recently, I had the opportunity, as part of a Slalom Consulting team, to work with RAMP and help create its enterprise product MediaCloud for SharePoint. We integrated RAMP’s impressive media solutions with SharePoint to provide a rich video experience inside SharePoint itself.

MediaCloud for Sharepoint enables team members to upload a video directly into SharePoint, which then handles processing, querying, etc., using RAMP’s secure cloud-based storage and delivery. Once the video is ready, the user is notified and video playback is accessible through RAMP’s custom player. The video is searchable through SharePoint, including spoken words—meaning users can stay in SharePoint from start to finish. As a result, organizations can get the most from their video content through the SharePoint solution they already have in place.

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