Category Archives: SharePoint 2013

Microsoft SharePoint Recognised as a Gartner Magic Quadrant ‘Leader’ for Content Services Platforms

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Another Microsoft offering has recently been confirmed as a ‘Leader’ in Gartner’s Magic Quadrant – this time SharePoint for Content Services Platforms. Already this year, Microsoft Data Management Solutions for Analytics (DMSA), Microsoft Azure for Cloud Infrastructure as a Service (IaaS) and Power BI for Business Intelligence and Analytics have also been confirmed as Gartner Magic   …Continue Reading


Software and Technology: The Engine Driving Digital Transformation (Video)

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The topic of digital transformation has been covered extensively on the Bridgeall blog – see Category Archives: Digital Transformation. Throughout the various posts, we have emphasised that successful digital transformation requires the integration of strategy, people, processes, systems, organisation, culture AND technology. The failure to recognise this mutual dependency is one of the main reasons   …Continue Reading


Seven Ways Digital Technology Can Help the Recovery of North Sea Oil and Gas

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As technology, economic and political trends continue to disrupt the industry, an excellent new report from McKinsey outlines five ‘big ideas’ for the oil and gas organisation of the future. The global oil and gas industry, according to the authors, is facing three game-changing trends. First, from resource scarcity to resource abundance, leading to significantly   …Continue Reading


SharePoint 2013 …. more than just a document management system

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It is well known that Microsoft SharePoint 2013 is a powerful document management tool which provides features such as organisation (by using tagging, taxonomies and folders), workflows, advanced search capability, security and Microsoft Office integration. In this blog I will highlight many of the other useful features that SharePoint 2013 offers.       Social   …Continue Reading