Our team here at nonlinear is growing! Senior Director, Strategic Accounts Erin Stearns has recently joined us, and after her first week on the job, she enthusiastically agreed to write a piece showcasing some of her own experiences with one of our technology platforms: SharePoint. Her humourous look and real world knowledge of finding and [...]
Agile development: the process through which members of a team work collaboratively in short, timed iterations to allow developers, strategists and designers structured spontaneity with a continuous working product is a big part of what we do here at nonlinear. Whether we’re talking digital or enterprise, it’s a tried and true [...]
Stop me if you’ve heard these before:
“SharePoint sucks” “I hate SharePoint” “Why do we have to use SharePoint?”
Having done as many SharePoint deployments, upgrades, enhancements and rescue missions as we’ve done at nonlinear, we’ve heard it all. Bashing SharePoint – much like bashing any Microsoft product – even seems to provide a certain [...]
Increasing productivity through optimized organizational processes is a key tenant of all organizations looking to stay relevant in today’s constantly evolving business world. Finding ways to cut the amount of time and effort involved in completing project work is becoming even more crucial, as companies in all industries begin to strive for “lean” structure and [...]
The Nintex offering is a comprehensive set of products that covers the vast majority of workflow, business process management and forms-related scenarios for SharePoint. But, as is the case with any significant technology, the key question is “Would this be valuable to my organization?”
This post will dive into a [...]
In our first ever Google+ Hangout On Air, we sat down with Nonlinear’s Matthew Thompson, an account manager in our Calgary office, to discuss some of the questions clients ask about records management generally and SharePoint in particular.
Matt told us something we’ve heard a fair number of times lately: SharePoint may not be a [...]
The SharePoint Record Center gets a bad rap. While the records management community constantly blogs, tweets and generally rants about shortcomings in Microsoft’s RM strategy (we are guilty of writing about the records management debate ourselves), we argue that it has a place – just not one you may have originally considered.
It always [...]
The titular question on this post conjures up a surprising amount of passion among records management and SharePoint advocates alike. Do a quick search online and you’ll uncover no shortage of opinions on both sides of the fence. One of the more popular and, to be honest, convincing arguments is made by Joe [...]
On the heels of the release of our latest whitepaper, SharePoint 2013: Key Feature Improvements, we sat down with the paper’s author, Dan Barkley, to find out why he is so excited for the latest release from Microsoft.
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We’re excited to note the release of the preview of SharePoint 2013, hot on the heels of the Microsoft Partner Conference. Here are some of the things that got us excited and we think it will mean to you and your users.
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