Getting out of the Legacy Trap

Webinar Review: Getting out of the Legacy Trap: Replacing Lotus Notes, InfoPath & Access Services Apps

In this practice-oriented webinar, we explored the issues of migrating SharePoint data, information and business applications to SharePoint Online, and looked at the tools available. We took a good look at Rencore Transformator for discovering InfoPath files and custom code on the server, at Lighting Forms for replacing InfoPath forms in full functionality and at skybow Solution Studio for building Business Solutions on top of SharePoint Online and Office 365.

750x400_review

A webinar with actual answers to questions like:

  • How to replace InfoPath and build even smarter forms
  • How to replace Lotus Notes Apps with full functionality?
  • How to replace Access Services Apps in just a few hours. 

We are witnessing that transition to cloud or even to newer versions of SharePoint Server for that matter is in far distance for many SharePoint installations, due to the legacy customization accumulated over the years. May it be custom InfoPath list forms or Form Libraries, Access Services apps, SharePoint Designer custom list forms and workflows, or plain simple custom development on top of SharePoint, they all are holding the companies back in the tech of 2000s. Additional to that, most of those tools are either fully deprecated (Access Services will stop working in April 2018!), or, in best case, you’ve got some prolonged support.

Adis Jugo, software architect, Director of Product Technology at skybow, and Microsoft MVP for Office Servers and Services and for Office Development, and one of the most renowned industry experts in creating and managing solutions on top of SharePoint, is going to guide you through comprehending this problem, and to discuss the ways (and yes, the tools!) getting out of this “legacy trap” we are witnessing at the moment.

adis

For more information, check out our blog post

Here you will find the recording and more useful information as well as a Q&A section

RSS
Facebook
Facebook
Twitter
LinkedIn
Please follow and like us:
RSS
Facebook
Facebook
Twitter
LinkedIn

1 Comment

  1. creowo on 2018-02-14 at 18:23

    Great article Loic

Leave a Comment





Google Translate »