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How Long Does It Take to Migrate to Office 365?

Posted by Sherry Goode on July 17, 2017

When it comes to an Office 365 migration, some of the first questions about migrations are often around how long does it take to migrate to Office 365 and how much will it cost? In actuality, these should be some of the last questions asked and only after careful analysis and planning of your Office 365 migration. However, for those of you who want to see Microsoft Office 365 migration costs, I have seen ranges between $30K – $140K.

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A Sitecore CMS Review: The Future of Your Public-Facing Websites

Posted by Kalpana Sivanandan on November 1, 2016

Microsoft Discontinues the SharePoint Online Public Website Feature

One of our longest-running contracts is with a Federal client who was searching for a vendorto perform the daunting task of consolidating more than twenty-five public-facing websites into a single website built on SharePoint 2010 CMS. After searching for a vendor to work with, they selected our team due to our extensive experience with SharePoint.

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SharePoint Hybrid Environment - Is It Right for Me?

Posted by Max Hervé on September 1, 2016

A lot of people these days throw around the term “hybrid,” but how many really know what it means? Before you jump into setting up a hybrid SharePoint environment, you need to take the time to learn what it can do and consider the impact a hybrid solution could have on your business.

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How to Deploy SharePoint on Microsoft Azure

Posted by Max Hervé on August 26, 2016

Microsoft's Azure platform is one of the most popular cloud computing services on the market today. Azure has an "Infrastructure as a Service" (IaaS) offering, which means that you receive computing resources, such as servers and storage via cloud computing, in return for a monthly fee.

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It Isn't SharePoint Search: It's You

Posted by Jill Hannemann on August 10, 2016

I often hear people complain in frustration "SharePoint search should work like Google.” But this expectation isn’t technologically or even practically realistic.

We all know that search engines are one of the core capabilities of any intranet, because they allow users to find the documents they need quickly and efficiently. Search engines were created to interpret any query, with the idea that search results should closely match the intentions of the user.

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