SharePoint has become a critical business platform within most organizations, and yet many companies struggle with making SharePoint scale to meet their growing end user demands. As SharePoint grows (more users, more business scenarios addressed, more solutions deployed), it becomes more complex. Administrators are looking for best practices, trying to learn from the rest of the community. More and more organizations are thinking about governance as a way to help them to get their environments under control and to help them scale. Some of these best practices are unique to SharePoint, but most can be applied to any enterprise application. In our experience as Microsoft Gold Partners, adherence to five key focus areas will help companies get their SharePoint environments under control, allowing them to get the most value out of their SharePoint investments.
Why not Turn SharePoint Governance into a Proactive Practice When establishing processes and the organization for governing SharePoint, you often end up with a practice that responds reactively. When managing the SharePoint environment you make changes only when issues occur instead of before they occur. The concept of proactive governance is an idea that changes the… READ MORE
To give you an insight into the European SharePoint Conference we have highlighted the ITDM Tracks on Tuesday the 18th October
Mike Fitzmaurice, Nintex, USA who will be presenting a track on “What to Avoid to Ensure Workflow Projects Succeed” at 12:15am