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Keep Calm and InfoPath On

A lot of hype was created around the announcement by the Microsoft Office team of InfoPath's end-of-life announcement ( blog post ) by Microsoft back in January, accentuated by the 'InfoPath Funeral' held at the SharePoint Conference in March. For those following InfoPath's...

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A Quick Introduction to E-Forms

Here's a short and simple introduction to e-forms . I often use something like it to help clarify all the different types, use cases, applications, vendors, and products associated with electronic forms. If you don't do some basic disentangling at the beginning of an e-forms project,...

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How to conduct a needs analysis for electronic forms

One of the best ways to analyze and refine your electronic forms projects is to conduct a brief needs analysis to determine what forms are targets for optimization and which can be eliminated or discarded. At their core, most paper forms represent business processes, for example, applications. ...

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Forms, SharePoint & InfoPath: Perspectives for the Fiscally Responsible (Part 2)

When we last left this subject , we decided that the ability to embed forms in SharePoint Web Parts and to connect forms with line-of-business information and REST Web Services were two of InfoPath’s hidden gems. Here now is the logic chain behind this sentiment – and indeed, the...

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Forms, SharePoint & InfoPath: Perspectives for the Fiscally Responsible (Part 1)

If you’ve been paying any attention at all to the latest and greatest ways to manage information, then you’ve certainly heard of Microsoft SharePoint. The latest in a long line of Next Big Things from The Most Interesting Company in the World (“stay computing, my friends”...

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