More Than an Intranet! Using SharePoint to Remake Your Collaboration Processes

  • 20 July 2017
  • Author: Kayla Tellers
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More Than an Intranet! Using SharePoint to Remake Your Collaboration Processes
There are seemingly endless possibilities when it comes to what you can do with Microsoft SharePoint. Introduced as an on-premises application in 2001, SharePoint has since evolved into a multi-faceted product that can be run locally (as SharePoint Server) or in the cloud (as SharePoint Online, a part of the Office 365 suite).

The Top 5 Microsoft Collaboration Tools You Should be Familiar With

  • 18 July 2017
  • Author: Kayla Tellers
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The Top 5 Microsoft Collaboration Tools You Should be Familiar With
There are numerous collaboration tools available across the Microsoft Office 365 suite and its on-premises equivalents. From Microsoft Teams (just announced near the end of 2016) to SharePoint (which has been around in various incarnations since 2001), IT and business teams have plenty of options for communicating with each other within the Microsoft ecosystem.

New Horizons Learning Group Named Best Place to Work in Orange County

  • 17 July 2017
  • Author: Kayla Tellers
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New Horizons Learning Group was recently named as one of the 2017 Best Places to Work in Orange County. The awards program was created in 2009 and is a project of the Orange County Business Journal and Best Companies Group. This is the second time New Horizons Learning Group has been awarded this prestigious honor. Our continued success is proof that our company culture, our focus on People First has real world impact. 

How SharePoint Framework Changes Office 365 App Development

  • 13 July 2017
  • Author: Kayla Tellers
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How SharePoint Framework Changes Office 365 App Development
Microsoft SharePoint has long been a key tool for collaboration within organizations. It serves several important functions, including the creation of intranets (i.e., websites for internal use) and the management of site content, while integrating with numerous other parts of the Office 365 suite, from Excel to Skype for Business.

Why Is Cybersecurity So Hard?

After nearly 20 years of trying and billions of dollars in investment, why are organizations are still struggling with cybersecurity?

  • 13 July 2017
  • Author: Morgan Landry
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Why Is Cybersecurity So Hard?
After nearly 20 years of trying and billions of dollars in investment, why are organizations are still struggling with cybersecurity? In fact, the problem seems to be getting worse, not better. Answering this question requires moving beyond a purely technical examination of cybersecurity. It’s true that the technical challenges are very real; we don’t know how to write bug-free code, for example. But if you look at the challenge more broadly, even if we resolved the technical issues, cybersecurity would remain a hard problem for three reasons.
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