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Portal Solutions Joins Its Practice with WithumSmith+Brown, PC

Posted by Daniel Cohen-Dumani on May 2, 2017

For the past fifteen years, Portal Solutions has been at the forefront of the Digital Transformation movement, providing organizations of all sizes with leading Digital Workplace solutions. Today I/we are excited to announce that Portal Solutions will merge its practice with WithumSmith+Brown, PC (“Withum”), one of the top 30 public accounting firms in the country. 

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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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5 Reasons to Make the Jump to Microsoft SharePoint 2016

Posted by Daniel Cohen-Dumani on May 2, 2016

Microsoft's event on May 4 – which will "unveil their new vision and roadmap" for SharePoint OneDrive for Business and the future of collaboration in Office 365 – is just around the corner. Here at Portal Solutions, we are very much looking forward to what will be shared this week. And every company who has an intranet solution or is considering one should also be paying attention.

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Is SharePoint Dead?

Posted by Jill Hannemann on July 2, 2015

SharePoint has been around, alive and well for more than a decade. Over that time SharePoint became more than a platform. SharePoint birthed an entire ecosystem and community. Conferences, user groups and entire careers were built on this brand and product.

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5 Tips For Managing Scope Creep In SharePoint Development

Posted by Daniel Cohen-Dumani on December 18, 2014

Your team has reviewed the new intranet interface, and the display is fairly consistent across the more popular browsers, like Internet Explorer, Chrome and Safari.

But one of the shareholders — a department head — is unhappy with the design’s appearance in Opera, his preferred browser. While it’s possible to reduce the new site’s variability in browser presentation, it might mean asking the developer to do a lot of extra work.

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