Author Archives: paylord

XML is dead – long live JSON

While I loved the power of XSLT – you may have noticed from some of my other posts – I was never really a big fan of XML.  Yes, I used it when I had to but it always seemed … Continue reading

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Digital Workplace Conference 2018

I am honoured to have been selected to present at the Digital Workplace Conference, New Zealand in May 2018 and even more lucky to be co-presenting with Keith Williams, General Manager of Marine Rescue Queensland. We released a new Azure-based … Continue reading

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Pausing Long-Running PowerShell

I recently developed a PowerShell script that was going to run for a few days. Given it was going to run for so long, I really wanted to be able to pause it if necessary to prevent having to start … Continue reading

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Power BI – Maps

OK, so it has been a while since my last post.  Too busy?  Lack of inspiration? Tired fingers?  Lots of excuses but I finally got around to dusting off the keyboard so brace yourself for some Power BI. If any … Continue reading

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Missing out on Intellectual Property

If your organisation is using shared folders with restricted access then you will almost certainly not be realising the potential value of your intellectual property. Take a look at my post on the Cost of Information Silos and then try … Continue reading

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Set JSLink on a Site Column With JSOM

I remain very impressed with JSLink and what it can do, particularly related to individual site columns.  While preparing a presentation for the local Office 365 Saturday event here in Brisbane, Queensland I realised that while it is easy to … Continue reading

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