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SharePoint forms and workflows

Achieving success in the digital business age requires efficient information management and the right application of technology and software. One of the corner stones of efficient information management is business task automation and electronic document management. According to Microsoft's Bill Baer, SharePoint Senior Technical Manager from, over 80% or fortune 500 companies use SharePoint to automate their business processes. Another crucial component of SharePoint ecosystem is Workflows…

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Microsoft Forms is now available for preview for business users

Microsoft Forms is available in preview for “first release” subscribers and is gradually being rolled out to business users. The product was created as a competitor to Google Forms in education sector. Enterprise niche for survey and poll products is taken by product like Survey Monkey and Microsoft Forms are not likely to be a contender there. To no one’s surprise, Microsoft Forms is not a replacement to InfoPath. Microsoft’s position on InfoPath replacement is – PowerApps + Microsoft Flow + SharePoint lists.…

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5 ways to implement offline forms in SharePoint

Most of us use online SharePoint forms to power our daily business processes from simple holiday requests to multipage monsters that look more like applications rather than regular forms. There are plenty of solutions to choose from if you are looking for online forms. However, some of us need to take these forms and processes offline and suddenly the choice of products gets very narrow. Some companies offer mobile version of forms as their solution to offline problem and some just reuse regular forms in offline scenarios. Lets take a closer look.…

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Forms for Sharepoint: magic of stages

This webinar will show how to work with the Stages in PDF Share Forms. We use real-life scenarios from our existing customers and show how to solve challenges with forms for SharePoint in minutes…

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SHA1 and PDF forms security

Several months ago, online digital security news outlets announced that SHA-1 has function was broken by CWI Amsterdam and Google. What does it mean for your PDF documents? Let’s review basics and steps you need to do. What system are affected? How is it related to PDF documents and forms? Moving forward with PDF 2.0…

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Acroforms vs. XFA Forms

It is a sad feeling that we have to choose between XFA and AcroForms technologies. It should not be this way. These technologies should not compete, but they do, and that’s the way it is. Acroforms are the original PDF-based fillable forms, based on the PDF architecture (ISO 32000 standard). XFA forms are XML-based forms, embedded inside a PDF. And here we will discuss the differences — and real question is, which should you use?…

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SharePoint 2013 forms – 8 options to consider

Okay, you are not on the latest and greatest SharePoint Online or SharePoint 2016. Maybe you don’t operate plane, but you have reasons to use SharePoint 2013. You have your reasons not to be on the latest and greatest yet. However the process optimization wave, whether it is a workflow automation or forms integration, is something you have to deal with. Business users are pressuring you. Cost saving are pressuring you. And there is a question: do you introduce forms now or wait for upgrade to SharePoint 2016/Online/vNEXT to happen? And what if we implement forms right away and then will upgrade our SharePoint. What will happen then?…

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