This blog post title was initially titled 'Why I disregarded PowerApps but now I radically changed my mind'. I changed my mind and I now think that PowerApps is a very powerful tool and basically it does a lot of the app form functions that Access does but way better. I get it now and… Continue reading Why I changed my mind about #PowerApps and became a fan… and why you should, too
Ever had to provide email for legal evidence? If not, good... but one day, you might have to do that. How will you find it? Email is serious stuff and you need to look after it. In this blog, I'll explain how I set myself up with email for a balance of keeping my primary… Continue reading Email is a huge part of our lives. How can you set yourself up so you find it easily, when you need it most?
** Update at 11th March: This is not an advert for PivotStream and I am not endorsing their services or solution. To show that this blog post is not an advert for PivotStream, I will explore alternatives, which I will follow up in a future post.In the meantime, you could look at PowerBI and Office 365 with… Continue reading Business Intelligence Barista: Mixing your choice of BI Coffee with Tableau, Power BI or Qlikview?
People have often complained about the fragmented methodology that seemed to accompany Microsoft technology releases. I see this as a manifestation of the Syclla and Charybdis problem - people complain if they don't release everything as a unified whole, or complain that things take a long time to deliver. In other words, Microsoft never seem… Continue reading Power Business Intelligence for Office365 – resolving the Scylla and Charbdis dilemma.
If you are using Office365, you probably want 'quick and easy' wins in order to make your external site look better. At Copper Blue Consulting, we use Office365 for our email, web hosting and our Sharepoint activity. The current blog series will look at some of our findings which we've used in order to improve… Continue reading Office365 Getting rid of Custom Theme Images in External Sites