Microsoft SharePoint is one of the most popular employee collaboration and data management tools available nowadays. Given that firms are creating, receiving and storing more information than ever, solutions such as SharePoint may be given new meaning as more businesses address the current big data phenomenon as they move forward. The scope of big data may give some companies issues if they cannot effectively extract
Microsoft SharePoint is one of the most popular and effective content collaboration tools available today. The latest iteration of the software has made many improvements from its predecessors and, according to CMSWire’s Rich Wood, SharePoint 13 offers greater mobile and cloud-based functionality. Cloud computing and mobile devices such as smartphones and tablets are greatly influencing the corporate landscape.
SharePlus by Infragistics is a proud sponsor of SharePoint-Community.Net For those of us who are SharePoint advocates, there simply is no substitute for direct, smooth SharePoint access, regardless of the device. The need for Mobile SharePoint accessibility at the level to which avid users are accustomed has finally been addressed by Infragistics’ SharePlus product. If there is one mobile tool out there that is truly
We’ve covered a few different conferences in this blog over the last few months. Each conference tends to be different, but there is no doubt that as these events fill up people’s calendars and vie for attention; it is increasingly difficult for them to standout. SharePoint in particular is very well catered for the conference circuit, so it is with great interest that we talk about this year’s Australian SharePoint
Conferences are a great way to keep involved in the wider tech community. They offer a chance to meet new people, socialize, and network. They allow attendees to get involved with new product launches, to see demos, and test samples in person. Best of all, they generally offer tutorials and hands on sessions, run by a wide range of experts, showing off the latest techniques. SharePoint has always been served by a par
BYOD, or “bring your own device,” is the ability to bring your own personal hardware to work and use it instead of a corporate or company provided alternative. Typically referring to mobile and smartphones, though increasingly tablets are being included, no one is really sure where the phrase came from. It seemed to surface around 2009 (according to sources here) and gradually grew in popularity. But just how widespr
We have talked a lot recently about mobile design, mobile websites, and the surge in use of mobile devices in the enterprise. In this post we are going to look at a specific use case of the latter – Salesforce and the iPad. Salesforce is best known for their customer relationship management (CRM) software which has found a great deal of success in the enterprise market. In recent years they have started to expa
SharePoint 2013 is now firmly with us, and among the many improvements are a host aimed at mobile access. The key developments focus on the mobile browser experience. Those using any of the big mobile browsers (iOS, Android, and of course Windows Phone) will now have a much better experience than they did previously. Navigation and layout are hugely improved, and numerous optimizations to HTML and CSS code make the w
When you’re mobile, do you ever find yourself digging through your email in order to access a document? This is one of the mobile challenges that the Local Files feature of SharePlus solves. This brief video demonstrates how to save an email attachment to your SharePlus Local Files for offline viewing: http://youtu.be/dbAPSiqm1vg
When we are mobile, it is often the case that we work with only a subset of the SharePoint lists that are available to us. Two methods may be employed to hide unused Lists and Subsites. The first method requires administrative privileges and is described in the following article: http://www.infragistics.com/community/blogs/anand_raja/archive/2012/04/03/how-to-disable-the-viewing-of-specific-lists-in-shareplus.aspx
I am new to the app but so far quite impressed. We use an extensive number of team discussions to keep our engineering people moving with product decisions.. When I was on the road I could not post to the discussions without getting out the PC. I can easily post...
“We needed a mobile collaboration solution that could deliver the latest company and product information. The team at Infragistics (formerly SouthLabs) demonstrated how quickly and easily SharePoint documents could be retrieved and edited on mobile devices using SharePlus, even offline.”
“When we hit a limitation to the app, we contacted Infragistics (formerly SouthLabs) to provide custom features. They were very quick at understanding what we needed and coding it up for us. They handled all the complexities, delivered a file we could easily distribute to our fleet of iPads, and...
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