Robert Bogue is slated to speak at Louisville SharePoint Users Group (LouSPUG) on Friday, October 13th, on the topic of Practical Information Architecture. Session Summary There will be no fancy words (that aren’t made fun of) and no complex mathematical models. In this session, you’ll learn to take content types, site columns, and navigation options […]

Louisville SharePoint Users Group, founded in 2014, was recently reorganized in January of 2017. Since reorganizing, the group has gathered up to 50 individuals in the Louisville SharePoint community and averages 25 attendees per event. Thanks to John Morehouse, LouSPUG was connected with Daniel Glenn, a Nashville-based Microsoft MVP, who spoke at the group’s March meetup […]

Back in May of this year Microsoft announced another new and exciting way to create webparts in SharePoint Online and On Premise: SharePoint Developer Framework. This new methodology enables you to use client side development for building new experiences in SharePoint. The framework is still in developer Preview, but from my short time working with it I […]

David Roe at CMSWire recently reported that the problem with SharePoint is people, specifically people adopting the program. Here at Composable we have a proven methodology to SharePoint adoption and implementation within your company. Buy-In from Upper Management Upper management needs to know that SharePoint is worth their time and money, that you can use SharePoint properly, and that it […]

Back in 2014 Microsoft announced that coded sandbox solutions were deprecated. As of July 29, 2016, Microsoft has disabled the activation of new or updated code sandbox solutions in SharePoint Online. This announcement comes on the tail end of a series of issues that occurred in SharePoint Online with sandbox solutions. The first issue occurred around […]