Microsoft has consolidated all of its Office applications, cloud services, and security functions under the name Microsoft 365 since April 21, 2020. This platform is already available to many companies as enterprise license packages (e.g., an E3 or an E5 license). And that means they have access to Microsoft Content Services as well. What are Microsoft Content Services? Within Microsoft 365, Microsoft Content Services encapsulate all areas that… READ MORE
Grow and enhance your skills with the European SharePoint, Office 365 & Azure Community. Joining the ESPC Community, gives you access to the online resource centre at sharepointeurope.com, providing the best, free content on SharePoint, Azure and Office 365. Topics covered include Microsoft Teams, SharePoint, SharePoint Framework, Office 365 Groups, OneDrive, PowerApps & Flow, Security,… READ MORE
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A major challenge in businesses is a misconception, that data is 100% secure concerning any part of its data processing within that business. This data processing concerns the content management lifecycle; from creation, to storage, to distribution, to workflow and eventually archive of that data. The misconception? “Security Breach? Its not going to happen to… READ MORE
As I said in the previous article, nowadays, the mobile implementation consideration is one of the most important criteria for intranet projects. That’s a fact: end users must be able to access their intranet from a mobile device. Don’t be confused here: in this situation we are usually talking about the « publishing » part of an intranet, the one… READ MORE
Likely one of the most useful tools within SharePoint is version history. It gives you a running list of the changes that have occurred in your files over their lifetimes. Specifically, version history gives you access to old copies of your files and shows you the number of each version, the size of each version, as… READ MORE
SharePoint size and usage limitations If there’s one thing all SharePointers have to keep in mind, it’s the limits of the tool you’re using. Some of these can be annoying, though most of them won’t bother you… for the most part. That is until you discover their existence, seemingly right when you’re trying to… READ MORE
European SharePoint Conference was delighted and honoured to welcome Microsoft’s Dan Holme, Mike Ammerlaan and Chris McNulty at the opening keynote of ESPC16 this November.
Change Management Planning of changes refers to those changes that are part of everyday business, new programs, changing financial structures, end-of-life of a product and obsolescence of an equipment. All of these changes can affect the QMS. With BPA, each change request is considered as a project with timing, cost and impacts on the QMS.… READ MORE