Category: Content Management

Content management (CM) is a set of processes and technologies that supports the collection, managing, and publishing of information in any form or medium. When stored and accessed via computers, this information may be more specifically referred to as digital content, or simply as content.
Content management can also be described as the process for collection, delivery, retrieval, governance and overall management of information in any format. The term is typically used in reference to administration of the digital content life cycle, from creation to permanent storage or deletion. The content involved may be images, video, audio and multimedia as well as text.
Therefore, within this topic, we offer a vast amount of information from the basics of version history to Principles and Concepts of Information.

Multiple Document Assembly to PDF in SharePoint
Multiple Document Assembly to PDF in SharePoint
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One problem that we hear about from customers when we talk about document conversion to PDF in SharePoint is the inability to merge multiple documents into a single PDF file.

There are a lot of uses for document assembly, the most common being the creation of proposals for RFPs (Requests for Proposals), and Meeting Books for Boards or Trustees.

Creating a single, cohesive PDF file from a collection of documents in different formats such as Microsoft Word, financial information in Excel, engineering data in AutoCAD DWG format, PowerPoint presentations, etc., produces a more professional looking result, and makes it much more efficient for the reader to use this information. The merged PDF file can be made much easier for users to navigate through its contents with the addition of a table of contents and PDF bookmarks for the entire document, and an index of terms used along with a hyperlink to the exact location

“How to use SharePoint to track annual competency tests: Part 1 – Lists”
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How do you ensure that your employees know and understand key policies and regulations?

For a lot of organizations, the answer is to have employees take a test or exam each year. Taking a test is a reliable way of checking understanding – more reliable than simply tracking training or checking people have read documents. And by testing every year, you ensure that people refresh their memory and still know the policy.