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What is Microsoft Dataverse?

By Office 365, Productivity

Dataverse allows you safely to store and oversee information that is utilized by business applications. Information inside Dataverse is put away inside a bunch of tables. A table is a bunch of lines (previously alluded to as records) and sections (previously alluded to as fields/credits)

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Implementing External Email Tagging in Outlook

By All Posts, Productivity, SharePoint

In this blog, let’s discuss implementing an ‘external’ tag identifier on your business email. This feature implements an “External” tag identifier on Outlook for email messages received from outside your organization. Microsoft created this feature in hopes that the external tag will help users easily identify spam and phishing threats from external senders. When someone outside your organization receives an email, an “External” title will be present in Outlook on the web, Outlook for Mac, Outlook for iOS, and Android. After clicking the external tag, the email address for the sender will be shown.

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Your Estimates Are Wrong (… and What to Do About It)!

By All Posts, Application Development, Productivity

Estimates are always wrong. It is the sad reality of our industry. And they can be wrong for many reasons. From missing or poorly defined business requirements to false assumptions, from lack of technical expertise to overestimation of development team capabilities, there are a myriad of issues that can arise during a project that can cause even the most carefully constructed estimate to end up wildly off the mark. 

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Agile demos, and the importance of continuous feedback

By All Posts, Cloud, Managed Services, Office 365, Productivity, SharePoint, Teams

Demonstrations are integral in ensuring a Business Intelligence or Data Engineering solution will meet our client’s needs. It is often only after a business user has experimented with a solution that gaps become apparent. Therefore, we prioritize bi-weekly demonstrations of ongoing development and getting the solution in the hands of the user as early in the development process as possible. These goals are fundamentals of the agile framework that Imaginet uses.

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Web Apps vs WinUI 3 Apps for small, custom applications

By All Posts, Cloud, Managed Services, Office 365, Productivity, SharePoint, Teams

The decision of whether to build a web application or a native application is the first step towards application development and as part of the consulting process, we guide our clients through the various pros and cons of each approach before arriving at the final decision, and in this post, we’ll walk through those criteria and how we put them together to best meet the client’s needs.

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Why organizations are now choosing the CLOUD

By All Posts, Cloud, Managed Services, Office 365, Productivity, SharePoint, Teams

Cloud computing is the delivery of computing services such as software, databases, virtual machines, network, and storage over the internet. Before cloud services became widely available, organizations had their own computing services deployed on their own hardware on their own premises, often referred to as “on-prem”. Cloud computing has gained popularity in recent times with businesses exploring and adopting cloud technology to conduct their business. Three of the top cloud service providers include Microsoft Azure, Google Cloud, and Amazon Web Services.

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