December 20, 2017

Sitecore 9 Forms, SXA and AJAX


One of the most anticipated new features of Sitecore 9 is the new Experience Forms module. It has almost heralded the long-awaited death of Web Forms for Marketers, but feature-parity isn’t quite there yet. That’s why both are still supported for now. Another, very POWERFUL module is SXA. It has… Read More

December 8, 2017

Why O365 Customers Need to Upgrade DirSync/Azure AD Sync by End of 2017

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In April of 2016, Microsoft announced that support for Azure Active Directory Sync (“Azure AD Sync”) and Windows Azure Active Directory Sync (“DirSync”) would end on April 13, 2017, giving users a full year to upgrade to Azure Active Directory Connect (“Azure AD Connect”). The support deadline has long passed,… Read More

December 4, 2017

What Is An Office 365 Group and Why Should I Care?


Chances are you’ve heard about Office 365 Groups.  They’ve been around for approximately 3 years and have been talked about quite a bit at events like SharePoint Saturday, SharePoint Fest and Ignite for the past year or so.   But for those of you that don’t yet know what Office 365… Read More

November 21, 2017

PnP Remote Provisioning Engine in the Real World


Introduction and Business Case I’m wrapping up a 6-month project as a Solution Architect and Business Analyst on a project for a global company that runs capital build (new production wing to an existing facility or brand new production facility) projects.  Capital build projects can cost millions of dollars.  Gaining… Read More

November 17, 2017

The Single Biggest Truth About Successful Project Management


Recently I had the opportunity to attend the Digital Project Management Summit (#DPM2017) for the second time in three years. When I attended for the first time back in 2015 I remember feeling this overwhelming sense of belonging as I interacted with other Summit attendees, listened to the keynotes and… Read More