Author: Steph Ryan


NAIDOC week is about celebrating the culture, history and achievements of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples. The theme this year is ‘heal country’ – a theme that celebrates the victories of the reconciliation movement and acknowledges that we still have a long way to go.

Pride 2021 – Meaningful Allyship

As we celebrate Pride 2021, we ask our ourselves, what does meaningful allyship look like? Here are some principles that, to me, guide meaningful allyship in the workplace

Site Creation Automation

There is quite an appetite with our clients on being able to provision template sites at a click of a button (or more precisely, a submission for a list item). In this blog we are going to cover high level architecture of the site automation Power Automate flow, the technologies we used and call out any technical challenges we had along the way.

The history of Microsoft

In the first week of April, way back in 1975, Paul Allen and Bill Gates – a pair of geeky buddies who met in high school – created Microsoft. That means, this week, Microsoft turned 46 years old. At that age, Microsoft is now well into middle age.

Microsoft Teams and SharePoint permissions explained

As part of a recent webinar we ran, our Solutions Architect Andrew Jolly explained how the relationship and permissions work between a Microsoft Team and its underlying SharePoint Site. The webinar was a huge success but the real winners were the fantastic diagrams Andrew created to demonstrate his points.

Enhanced Meeting experiences in Teams

Unlike most people, I look forward to the Teams Meetings that I attend increasingly since working remotely became the norm. Even if the meeting content is not hugely exciting, I’m still happy to interact with real people, see their smiles and body language and (if I’m honest) having a sneak peek inside their homes. For me, that connection is a big deal.

International Women’s Day 2021

As International Women’s Day is celebrated across the world, it’s an opportunity for us to celebrate the women of Engage Squared and the positive changes that have been made.