Tuesday, January 28, 2014

New Course: InfoPath and SharePoint 2013 No-Code Workflow Deep Dive

Beginning with our 2007 “Mission: Automation” course on InfoPath and no-code SharePoint workflows, our courses on designing digital forms, and automating business processes through SharePoint workflows have been some of our most popular and effective courses ever!

Friday, January 24, 2014

New SharePoint Training Course: SharePoint 2013 Power User Fast Track

More and more companies are coming on board with SharePoint 2013 and more and more of their employees need to be trained to use it effectively.

PremierPoint Solutions is pleased to announce our newest course, a course that can take you from Power User to SharePoint Power User in just 3 days. Take it at our Nashville training center or Live Online right at your desk – your choice. Either way, it’s just $1695. And our engaging and interactive atmosphere makes learning fun!

Thursday, January 23, 2014

It’s a New Year’s Revolution!

It’s a New Year’s Revolution! Out with the old and in with the new!

Old what? New what?

PremierPoint Solutions Training Class Prices!
In our ongoing efforts to remove every obstacle to helping everyone receive high-quality SharePoint training, PremierPoint Solutions has dealt a death blow to 2013 prices.

Tuesday, January 21, 2014

Do you really need .NET experience?

by Robert Schley
As a SharePoint training instructor, I occasionally run across postings for SharePoint positions as I cruise the Internet reading up on SharePoint information in general.  This sometimes inspires me to take a look at what kinds of positions are out there and what the current trends are for hiring.  I look through job postings, not necessarily for myself but because I’m curious about what companies are interested in.
I’ve noticed that a lot of SharePoint positions out there have a funny little sentence in them.  I’m not just talking about positions that are marketed as programming or development positions – this requirement seems to be in about 95% of SharePoint positions I look at:
“.NET experience”

Thursday, January 02, 2014

Performance-Enhancing Skills: They're Legal

By Randy Moody

It’s kind of ironic, in a way.

In sports, performance-enhancing substances are a huge no-no.
But, in the workplace, performance-enhancing skills are exactly what you’re looking for!

What’s the difference between an office worker and a Power User?
Performance-enhancing skills.