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Best Practice Browsers Microsoft Teams Thoughts and Musings

You can’t be in two places at once, except…

Teams is great for focus. Teams is bad for multitasking. Get the best of both worlds with this not-too-techie tip

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Best Practice Browsers Computers and Internet Intranet Microsoft

Edge Chromium. It’s brilliant, but about that annoying App Launch pop-up…

How to alleviate the annoyance of the App-launch pop up confirmation in the new Edge chromium

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AI Cloud Collaboration Computers and Internet Innovation Intranet Microsoft Teams Technology Thoughts and Musings

Some Trends in the Digital Workspace

There is a lot going on in the digital work place, driven by new technologies, by evolving work patterns, by external challenges (notably climate change and COVID-19) and a realisation that what seemed to work before may not work for us future (if it ever really did).

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Best Practice Improvement Informatics Microsoft Office Microsoft Power Platform Power BI Thoughts and Musings

Bringing 100 year old technology to Healthcare -Part 4

In part 3 I presented an alternative view of the role of SPC for healthcare. In this final part, we will look using SPC in Microsoft Excel and Power BI and conclude with whether SPC does have a place in Health. Creating and Presenting SPC Charts Whichever way the debate goes, SPC needs to be […]

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Best Practice Intranet Microsoft Microsoft 365 Microsoft Office Microsoft Teams

Teams Top Tips – Navigating in Teams using Wiki magic

Navigation within Teams is a problem. Most hyperlinks from a Teams tab to another part of Teams don’t work. This Tips article helps solve the problem

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Best Practice Intranet SharePoint

SharePoint Site Swap – an adventure for a party of medium to high level players

Insights into using the SharePoint Site Swap function, and potential pitfalls

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Collaboration Content management Microsoft 365

Folders are dreadful. Teams is great. Teams uses folders. Discuss…

A while ago I wrote a (carefully considered) rant about the evil that is the Folder. I dislike folders so much that I wrote a song about them (well, part of a song, but in this I am definitely allowed artistic license.) Yet I am clearly on record as a bit of a Microsoft Teams […]

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Best Practice Content management Microsoft 365 SharePoint

Is Check in/Out still relevant in 2018?

This blog considers Check In/Check Out and why it should almost never be used.

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Azure Cognitive Services Innovation Intranet Metadata Microsoft 365 Microsoft Flow Microsoft Power Platform SharePoint

Auto-Classify Images in SharePoint Online Library – an epic Real-World Flow

Don’t be fooled by the marketing, demonstrators or “so simple your Mum could do it” claims some would have you believe; in the real world things are more complex and production quality Flows and business solutions need to be developed for that real world.

In addition to uncovering these themes, my latest blog sites does really cool things using machine learning via Azure Cognitive Services, Microsoft Flow and SharePoint to automatically tag images. It’s written so that a new Flow user should be able to reproduce it themselves.

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Best Practice Cloud Collaboration Microsoft

Microsoft Teams Best Practice

It would be fair to say that I have become something of a Teams convert. Maybe even an evangelist. With that in mind, here is a round up of what I consider to be some good and best practice for use with Microsoft Teams. Teams is so new that new features are emerging all the […]