The need to comply with customer’s demands and regulations is increasingly challenging for managers and executives. Complex risk(s) and quality management obligations must be observed (and or monitored) on a daily basis down to the affiliate levels. Noncompliance can hurt any organization’s bottom line, market position and corporate image.
SharePoint 2016 The Future is coming. To start, SharePoint 2016 is upon us. Furthermore, view this session to learn the latest about SharePoint 2016. Learn about how a typical SharePoint 2016 farm could look like and also learn about the different server roles for a SharePoint server. Therefore, learn how you can move all your… READ MORE
ESPC15 Community Award Winners! We would like to extend a huge congratulations to each of the crowned winners of the European SharePoint & Office 365 Community Awards 2015 announced during the European SharePoint Conference in Stockholm! Thanks to everyone who took part in the awards, to all those who submitted entries, the runners up in… READ MORE
Great…now that I have your attention, let me explain. At C5 Insight, we talk about LUCK…a lot. No, not as something random that happens by chance, but as we define LUCK here at our organization.
European SharePoint Community Webinar: SharePoint 2016 The future is Hybrid, what you need to know about SharePoint 2016,
Presented by Knut Relbe-Moe
Thu, Dec 17, 2015 2:00 PM – 3:00 PM GMT
As it happens with Microsoft products, there are two competing versions of the same thing and eventually one gets phased out. Now it’s Power BI for Office 365’s turn. It had a good run, but Microsoft is finally killing off the initial iteration of Power BI to let its new service move in and run the show. I’ve been wondering when this would happen for quite a while now, and its finally happened. Honestly I believe it’s for the better, but there are a few things that still haven’t come to fruition. In your Office 365 Message Center, you might have seen this message on the right.
At the end of the day there was a hackathon organized by Jeremy Thake from the Office team at Microsoft. We were able to create an Office Add-In from scratch with some help from guys from the product team in Redmond. This was a cool experience and I had to chance to meet some interesting guys. I teamed up with Nick Harvey from London, UK and created an add-in for outlook.
European SharePoint Pioneering Award for Startup Excellence Winner 2015