Building a successful document management system on SharePoint is not a hard task, but it certainly demands a precious amount of knowledge and effort. Trust me, the process can take some time, but it is going to be worth it in the future of your business when the complexity and the amount of documents can be overwhelming. In the hopes of making this process more accessible to everyone I am sharing our best practices on SharePoint Document Management in a series of posts.
WHY MANAGING YOUR CONTRACTS ON EXCEL IS A GREAT IDEA AND MANAGING CONTRACTS ON SHAREPOINT IS EVEN BETTERBlog Posts
An organization should always manage their contracts!! It can cost you a fortune when you don’t manage them. When you start to organize your contracts it is a great idea to manage your contracts on an Excel sheet. And that is just what many companies do.
Read what Julian Kirkness has to say about Microsoft Access Web Apps Julian has been a long term Access user and has successfully built (and ultimately sold) an HR Software business which started with an Access 95 based system. Typically this was followed by moving the data to SQL Server. Since nearly retiring early (and thinking better… READ MORE
Starting with this post, we will begin a series of posts on SharePoint document management, sharing a little bit of our document management experience in overall, and some simple SharePoint tips on document automation that can improve your business performance and efficiency.
With this series of posts we will overview the main points of building a successful document management system on SharePoint and some tricky moments you might overlook.
Do we have a deal? Agreement processing in SharePoint
Thu, Oct 22, 2015 10:00 AM – 11:00 AM BST
Adding e-signatures to your SharePoint system will be your most successful project: your internal staff and external customers will be delighted to sign and approve documents online, securely and safely. The adoption rate for your SharePoint system will go way up when it is used by everyone to sign and approve documents. Your business managers… READ MORE
Choosing the best method of authenticating to SaaS based services such as O365 must be driven from a business needs standpoint, and the impact on IT staff and end-users must be weighed against the complexity of configuration and management that will be needed. Hopefully the above information will provide a starting point for further investigations and discussions that will lead to a successful deployment of these services.
LepideMigrator for Documents is equipped with a myriad of advanced features for requirement based migration. It helps administrators to move shared data from file servers and public folders (Exchange and Office 365) to SharePoint on-premise and SharePoint online without being hindered by the limits and boundaries of un-aided SharePoint migration.
Migration from on-premise infrastructure to a cloud platform is made simple through two powerful products—LepideMigrator for Exchange and LepideMigrator for Documents. Regardless of what you are looking to migrate—mailboxes, public folders, Outlook profiles, file server data, or SharePoint data—these two solutions will accomplish it for you.