Knowing you have content is good. Knowing where your content is located is better. Knowing how your content relates to the overall organizational goals and business objectives is critical. That relationship is the context. Where context can mean the difference of winning a lawsuit, getting paid, or even staying in business. Context is King!
RSD GLASS Governance Services for Microsoft SharePoint 2013 is the First Comprehensive Information Governance Platform that Embraces Fastest-Growing Collaboration Solution from MicrosoftBlog Posts
One of the major challenges facing organizations today is applying information governance to the different information assets that reside in a variety of data sources and repositories.
At my first European SharePoint Conference in Berlin, I presented a session on SharePoint’s social media scorecard, discussing where the 2010 platform performed — and underperformed — around core social collaboration features in comparison to direct and indirect competitors. In the couple years since that event, its amazing to look back at how much not only the technology has advanced, but also at how the messaging around the social organization has begun to take hold. Microsoft has put social at the forefront of their strategy (along with cloud, mobile, and BI) as more and more organizations are recognizing the ability of social tools to drive adoption and engagement.
Governance is one of those necessary items on a SharePoint project that everyone knows about but no one wants to be the first to discuss. It is the proverbial elephant in the room, the huge obstacle in the corner that people hope will be ignored if they do not directly address it
It is vital to start managing governance across the social landscape. To start, in a world that is moving fast towards ‘social enterprise’ and supporting employee productivity through streamlined information sharing capabilities, there is a worrying lack of governance across social platforms, not to mention the social governance capability within SharePoint In this final webinar… READ MORE
One of the most difficult areas of delivering a SharePoint solution is identifying not just who should be targetted for User Adoption, but, going forward, how to sustain that User Adoption through communication. Reasons include rapid changes in the business culture, direction, and changes in technology concerning the methods used to communicate (e.g. business process changes from manual to email notification to automation, etc.).
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”.
Are you tired of click-click-clicking through the user interface every time a user needs a new site? Are you concerned that administrators and users are not complying with your governance policies when they deploy new sites, lists, and libraries? Are you unsure whether security permissions are consistently and correctly applied? Do you want to empower… READ MORE
SharePoint Governance, Part 2; Architecting SharePoint for Policy-Based Management & Workload ScalabilityPresentations
You’ve read the white papers, you’ve “Binged” governance. Buthow, exactly, do you design a SharePoint implementation that allows you to enforce your governance policies for IT assurance, information management, and information architecture? What is the relationship between governance, architecture and manageability? How can you ensure that your architecture will scale with the growing and changing… READ MORE