Blog

blog

How to reset K2 Workspace Permissions

If you happen to assign workspace permissions (by default anyone can enter workspace) and you forgot to add an AD group or forget to include your user name and get locked out, here are the steps to reset the K2 Workspace permissions:

Steve Borgwardt by Steve Borgwardt

How to make K2 SmartForm disabled views / controls appear with normal styling

One of the issues I have noticed when using several of the K2 SmartForm themes is that when you have a read-only or disabled view/control, which is a very common scenario, the label and text box values that someone may have entered in the form appear very hard to see or read.

Steve Borgwardt by Steve Borgwardt

How to setup a secondary anonymous K2 SmartForms site

By default when installing K2 SmartForms, the forms runtime site will be protected by Windows Authentication and require licensed users in K2 to access these forms. There are several scenarios you may have to make a secondary SmartForms Runtime site publicly accessible with no authentication and this quick blog post will show you how to perform these actions.

Steve Borgwardt by Steve Borgwardt

Creating Logins and Users in SQL Server

In order for any application to work, Logins are needed to authenticate to the application and Users need to interact and be allowed access to the application.  SQL Server is no different.  This article will teach you how to create Logins and Users for SQL Server on a relatively high level to begin your understanding of how SQL Server authentication and access is allowed.

Nick Adams by Nick Adams

Microsoft Awards Two More Concurrency Consultants as MVPs

BROOKFIELD, WI—January 10, 2017— Two Concurrency, Inc. consultants were awarded by Microsoft on January 3 as Microsoft MVPs. Drew Madelung was named an MVP in the Office Servers and Services category in recognition of his work in Office 365 and SharePoint. Bill Hughes won in the Enterprise Mobility category in honor of his work on Identity and Access solutions. 

Ted Wentzel by Ted Wentzel

A Look at the New OneDrive for Business Admin Center

The new OneDrive for Business Admin center that was announced at Microsoft Ignite 2016 hit preview in December of 2016 for first release tenants. This post will walk through what this admin center includes while it is in preview and where it will be useful. 

Drew Madelung by Drew Madelung

React in SharePoint

Lately I’ve been playing with ReactJS, and was looking for a way to render content in SharePoint using React. I really like React because you can easily create interactive UIs declaratively. You design simple views for each state in your application, and React will efficiently update and render the correct components when your data changes.

Zavier Sanders by Zavier Sanders

Concurrency awarded as Milwaukee Business Journal Fastest Growing Firm

Concurrency’s rapid growth in the last few years is a direct result of our work to help customers with their digital transformation, the integration of digital technologies such as social, mobile, analytics and cloud, in the service of transforming how their businesses work.

Jake Borzym by Jake Borzym

Tenets of Modern IT Management - 10 Part Video Series

The transformation of IT organizations into competitive advantages of their businesses has driven the adoption of Modern IT Management tenants and we've produced a 10 part video series detailing them.  You'll find below the 10 part series which walks through each tenet.

Nathan Lasnoski by Nathan Lasnoski

VIDEO: Microsoft EMS Walkthrough

You've heard a lot about Intune and Mobile Device Management (MDM), but what about the myriad of other components that are included with the Enterprise Mobility Suite (EMS)?

Shannon Fritz by Shannon Fritz

Modern IT Management Defined: DevOps, ITIL, Cloud, Agile, or All of the Above?

What if I told you that you had to take your management platforms and start over, but this time you needed to plan for the next generation of how you'd work with your teams.  What if I told you that you needed to re-address how you dealt with your operational lifecycle, development, and release management.  This is what my team and I did over the last several months.  We decided that we'd look at what the management landscape will look like years from now and apply those concepts to the tools being released by Microsoft for the cloud-centric world. 

Nathan Lasnoski by Nathan Lasnoski

 |<  <  1 - 2 >  >|