Enabling Data-Driven Decisions using SharePoint, Chatbots, and PowerBI

October 25, 2016 Levi Fuller

Data is growing at a commanding pace and our ability to compete hinges upon taking advantage of creative and innovative ways to analyze and respond to trends in real-time. In the past, accomplishing tasks within SharePoint required us to navigate between multiple sites and traverse a convoluted system in order to retrieve information and take […]

Credera Sponsors SharePoint TechFest Houston

October 3, 2016 Morgan Eseke

Credera is proud to sponsor the 3rd annual SharePoint TechFest Houston. SharePoint TechFest will be held at the NRG Park on October 12, 2016. This one-day conference is the premier SharePoint conference in Houston, Texas. This year’s compelling break-out sessions will focus on converging Azure, Office 365 and SharePoint Technologies. Bryan Plantes, Senior Manager in Credera’s Analytics and Business Intelligence […]

Using Cortana, Power BI, and SharePoint to Make Data-Driven Decisions

April 25, 2016 Bryan Plantes

Your organization is constantly faced with new challenges. What new product lines are going to be your next best dollar of investment? Where are your customers located, and where would be the next best region to put a brick and mortar location? Let’s face it—most of us haven’t made decisions like this before. And if […]

Using CSOM to Import CSV Files Into Lists in Office 365/SharePoint Online

April 13, 2016 Austin Christenberry

While working on a recent project, I needed to import a large Excel spreadsheet into a custom list in SharePoint Online. Microsoft provides the Import Spreadsheet add-in for this purpose—this will allow you to create a new list with each item corresponding to an Excel record. However, the spreadsheet I needed to import included columns […]

SharePoint and Claims-Based Authentication

April 7, 2016 Jeff Hewitt

I was asked recently to explore the possibility of external authentication with SharePoint – meaning have SharePoint source its security from an external token service. I was hoping that external provider integration would be easy, but unfortunately it wasn’t. I ran across several blog posts, which provided a step-by-step approach for achieving the security configuration […]

SharePoint 2016: Not Your Father’s Intranet Portal

April 6, 2016 Chris Griswold

OK, let’s face it: There are many, many people out there from organizations big and small who love to hate SharePoint. Most of them had a really bad experience with a very poorly implemented intranet portal running on MOSS or SharePoint 2007.  And, like most technology, there is no forgiveness for bad software (Windows Vista…).  […]

Credera to Present at SharePoint TechFest 2016 on Leveraging Cortana, SharePoint and Power BI

March 22, 2016 Morgan Eseke

Credera is proud to sponsor the 8th annual SharePoint TechFest Dallas. SharePoint TechFest will be held at the Irving Convention Center in Irving, TX on April 6, 2016. This one-day conference is the largest SharePoint conference in the Central Region of the United States. This year’s 25 compelling break-out sessions will focus on converging Azure, […]

Credera to Present on Edward Snowden and SharePoint Security at SharePoint TechFest 2015

March 23, 2015 Morgan Eseke

Credera is proud to sponsor SharePoint TechFest Dallas. SharePoint TechFest will be held at the Irving Convention Center in Irving, TX on April 16, 2015. This one-day SharePoint conference is the largest SharePoint conference in the Central Region of the United States. Credera SharePoint experts, Jesus Salazar, Principal, and Joshua Grear, Senor Architect, will present […]

When Does SharePoint on Office 365 Make Sense?

June 16, 2014 Matthew Riedel

You have decided Microsoft SharePoint Server 2013 is the best option for your business’ document and content management platform—great. But now you are left with another decision: host SharePoint in the cloud through Office 365 or host it on premises? In this blog post, we will answer this common question by providing you with nothing […]

SharePoint: How to Use a Site With Publishing Turned on as a Template

May 5, 2014 Will Stokes

SharePoint allows you to create a site, save it as a template, and use that template to create new sites, but this is not an option if you have publishing turned on at a site level.  You will find the “Save site as template” option is missing from the Site Actions section of the Site […]