Metadata is not new to SharePoint. The Managed Metadata have been introduced in SharePoint 2010 and are -of course- an important part of SharePoint 2013. However, Hastags are new to SharePoint. They got introduced in SharePoint 2013 as a part of the new social features.
Both are very helpful in collaborative scenarios. Let’s
Alright, I admit it: I borrowed my post title from a great article by Jason Hiner, Editor in Chief of TechRepublic, in which he provides guidance on the habits to avoid if innovation is in any way important to your company or team (and I’m guessing that it is). The title is an attention-getter, and got me thinking: what are the quickest ways to kill innovation within SharePoint?
Early Release – Microsoft SharePoint 2013 Planning for Adoption and Governance – Chapter 2 Defining the SharePoint Solution ScopeBlog Posts
Acclaimed speaker and SharePoint MVP, Geoff Evelyn has kindly given us an early exclusive of his forthcoming book “Microsoft SharePoint 2013 Planning for Adoption and Governance” with an unedited excerpt from Chapter 2: “Defining the SharePoint Solution Scope”.
One of the great things about SharePoint is the ability to customize the design of our pages. This includes the ability to add video and audio to our SharePoint pages. For SharePoint 2013, Microsoft has provided a number of options for inserting video and audio, including inserting media directly from your local computer, from a SharePoint Asset Library, and pasting an embedded stream. In this article, we’ll walk through the different methods for adding video and audio to your SharePoint page, as well as how to share the media which you’ve inserted.
In the AIIM, SharePoint Security – A Survey on Compliance with Recommendations for Improvement, author David Jones asked if respondents had any general comments to make about their compliance and information security issues. They had a lot to say. We’ve compiled and provided some commentary on eight responses that caught our attention: