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Take Advantage of Microsoft Flow Timers

Timers are helpful as a reminder to trigger us to do other actions. For example, if you set a timer when cooking pasta to make sure it’s al dente, you turn off the heat when the timer rings. It’s very much the same when it comes to Microsoft Flow; the timer can be very handy. Microsoft Flow has a whole series of timers that are built into it or things you can use to trigger the next action.
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It's not magic, just Microsoft Teams Shortcuts

on Nov 1, 2018 4:32:51 PM By | Ryan Charnock | 0 Comments | Collaboration Microsoft Teams Microsoft
How often do you use shortcut commands such as Ctrl + C or Ctrl + V? Mostly likely a lot, or more than you can count. The truth is learning how to use to shortcut commands help us as users to familiarize with the system and use it. Same goes for Microsoft Teams! If you are struggling to find documents, things, or functions in Teams check our these shortcut commands. You may find they make it easier to embrace Microsoft Teams.  
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Secure Sensitive Data with Azure Information Protection

How do you ensure your organization's confidential documents are accessible by approved eyes only? Fear not. Azure Active Information Protection can be your trusted friend to ensure that the sensitive data is well protected when appropriate groups or policies are set up and implemented.
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Microsoft Inspire 2018 Day 1

on Jul 17, 2018 11:16:57 AM By | C/D/H Consultant | 0 Comments | Microsoft
We’re feeling HOT HOT HOT! C/D/H Director of Products, Jack LaPan and Client Executive, Karen Downard headed to Las Vegas  to enjoy the heat and be inspired at Microsoft Inspire 2018. Day 1 kicked off with a bang and ended with some fierce foosball competition. Below is a quick recap of our takeaways:
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C/D/H Highlights SharePoint Changes at Michigan User Groups

on Jun 7, 2018 5:07:20 PM By | C/D/H Consultant | 0 Comments | SharePoint PowerShell Office 365 Microsoft
SharePoint and Office 365 are powerful tools – made more powerful by virtue of their widespread adoption by companies of virtually all sizes, types, and industries. Like many powerful tools, they can appear complex and confusing, even to those who have worked with them extensively; the broad sweep of their capabilities necessarily entails a high degree of inner complexity.
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SharePoint NA 2018 Day 3

on May 24, 2018 2:45:16 PM By | C/D/H Consultant | 0 Comments | News Microsoft SharePoint
It’s always hard to say good bye. As Shakespeare once wrote, “Parting is such sweet sorrow.” Day 3 was exciting as always with robust sessions packed with practical information and tools they prepared for users this year. It really brought home one of the most important themes of the conference: Your data is not a problem, it’s a strategic opportunity for your organization. Of course, leveraging collaboration tools to develop organizational culture stimulated great interest among session audience.  David Tappan, Sr. Collaboration Consultant and Karina Myers share their take-away from Day 3.
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Windows Security Update Headache? Try This Fix.

on May 15, 2018 2:12:27 PM By | Clay Osborn | 0 Comments | Microsoft Windows Update Security
Security matters – we all understand that.  No matter how highly refined an operating system or environment may be, there will always be some areas of vulnerability – and there will always be someone looking to take advantage of them.
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C/D/H Welcomes Return of Client Executive Karen Downard

on Apr 3, 2018 7:43:33 AM By | Mark Becker | 0 Comments | Microsoft News Salesforce
 
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Quick and Dirty Reporting for SharePoint 2013 Applications - Part 2

on Mar 26, 2018 7:33:00 AM By | Ryan Charnock | 0 Comments | Microsoft SharePoint Application Development
Figure 1:  On the left is a Report Builder Chart to show the total number of task in each status. On the right is the standard Task list which is the data source for the chart.
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Quick and Dirty Reporting for SharePoint 2013 Applications - Part 1

on Mar 19, 2018 12:12:18 PM By | Ryan Charnock | 0 Comments | Microsoft Office Application Development Microsoft SharePoint
Figure 1:  On the left is a Report Builder Chart to show the total number of task in each status. On the right is the standard Task list which is the data source for the chart.
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