When a company installs a new intranet, there are two applications that tend to be added very quickly: the staff cafeteria menu and a corporate news application. Often the first approach to adding the staff cafeteria menu to a new intranet is to simply add the daily or weekly menu as a PDF or an external hyperlink to a SharePoint page. Though also seemingly a simple requirement, the corporate news application should be viewed through a much more thoughtful lens.
In this ebook chapter by Ken Withee & Jennifer Reed, discover how Exchange Online provides flexibility and reliability, understand the value of anywhere and anytime access and find out how Exchange Online is safe, secure, and in line with compliance standards.
In the business world, sandbox skirmishes can result in damage to an otherwise productive environment, be immensely costly in terms of profitability and leave you exposed to risk…
Learn about Information Rights Management (IRM) and what it allows you to do to protect your information and control its usage. Learn how it can be applied to SharePoint 2013 and SharePoint Online and the main differences between the way it works in each version.
Geoff Evelyn created this eBook which goes into the land of SharePoint Training
When Hurricane Katrina honed in on the Louisiana Coast in the Fall of 2005, companies headquartered in New Orleans weren’t alone in their exposure to the impending destruction. CEOs in lots of places – Chicago, New York, London, Munich for that matter – had plenty to ponder as well!
Addressing the Fastest Growing Security Concern Facing Organizations Today With an Assessment Tool That Scores Insider Threat Vulnerabilities
Recentely , I read the Microsoft commissioned Forrester Consulting research details that has studied and examined the ROI over enterprises running Office 365 and found it very interesting ! and hence sharing this information as brief :