Skip to main content
Category

Managed Services

MS365 Tenant-to-Tenant SharePoint Online Migration

By All Posts, Cloud, Managed Services, Office 365, Productivity, SharePoint, Teams, Viva
MS365 Tenant-to-Tenant SharePoint Online Migration Many situations can cause organizations to migrate from their current MS 365 tenant to a new tenant subscription. Common scenarios we encounter at Imaginet include mergers and acquisitions, brand spin-offs, corporate divestitures and sometimes something as simple as a typo in the root address can cause this exercise to be required. Microsoft is working on tenant URL renaming, but as of the print time, it is not yet available. These...
Read More

Using Hangfire to Run Background Jobs in IIS

By All Posts, Consulting, Managed Services, Productivity, SQL Server
Using Hangfire to Run Background Jobs in IIS Recently one of our clients went through an application modernization project to upgrade and update their internal business applications. Among the technical challenges to conquer was how to handle long-running and recurring scheduled jobs. In the existing system, the long-running jobs were being allowed to run in process, with the users being instructed to initiate the process in their browsers and then not do anything until it...
Read More

What is a Hybrid Workplace?

By All Posts, Cloud, Managed Services, Modern Workplace, Office 365, Power Platform, SharePoint, Teams, Viva
When the COVID-19 pandemic hit, most organizations had to adapt to a work-from-home model overnight. With such a sudden change, businesses did not get enough time to decide how this model would work. There were a lot of unanswered questions like: Will working from home impact productivity? Will it impact employees in their career growth? Is it even sustainable to continue working from home? And the biggest question: What happens when the pandemic is over? As...
Read More

My First Days Working at Imaginet

By #ImaginetLife, All Posts, Managed Services
I completed my Red River College program during the early stages of the pandemic and had a virtual graduation ceremony. This put into perspective how life, as we knew it, would be different going forward—but it didn't make our accomplishments any less meaningful. As students, we knew it would be difficult to put our new skills to the test in the real world, but we had to stay hopeful. I kept hoping and was lucky...
Read More
Let‘s Talk.

Let's talk!