Category: SharePoint

According to Wikipedia, SharePoint is a web-based collaborative platform that integrates with Microsoft Office. Launched in 2001, SharePoint is primarily sold as a document management and storage system, but the product is highly configurable and usage varies substantially between organisations.

Due to the highly configurable nature of SP and the multitude of versions available, we offer a vast collection of classic and moder SP information within this category which covers everything from Enterprise Users of the latest SP Release.

Therefore, this category is broad too, and is full of handy tips, tricks and advise. Check out some of the Step by Step blogs or learn with our eBooks, How To videos and Webinars.

Lessons Learned from Enterprise SharePoint Adoption Trends
Lessons Learned from Enterprise SharePoint Adoption Trends
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SharePoint Server 2010 is entering its third year of product life, after having been introduced to the public in beta form in October of 2009. The product’s adoption has been nothing short of astounding and many lessons have been learned by enterprises large and small, across geographies and industry verticals.
Among the most important trends in SharePoint adoption that I see as an analyst and consultant are the following.

Compliance for SharePoint, as easy as plug and play
Compliance for SharePoint, as easy as plug and play
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Audit-proof compliance solution for SharePoint and other document storage systems that’s specially designed for large organizations with high-volume archiving needs. Works in the background, automatically converting every document or set of documents into a valid PDF/A or TIF file that’s deployed wherever you need it-back into SharePoint or directly into any archiving system. Comprehensive feature set including watermarking, metadata stamping, PDF compounding, load-balancing, failover, PDF security and more. Excellent for records management needs.

As SharePoint Use Increases, Governance Decreases by Christian Buckley, Director of Product Evangelism, Axceler
As SharePoint Use Increases, Governance Decreases by Christian Buckley, Director of Product Evangelism, Axceler
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In a recent CIOUpdate.com article entitled, Prolific SharePoint Sites Undermine Governance, technology writer Jake Frazier outlined a common problem with the growing number of SharePoint customers: the uncontrolled growth of SharePoint sites, and how it impacts governance. SharePoint is proliferating in the marketplace, with KMWorld reporting SharePoint licenses worldwide at more than 130 million. The more sites that are created and the more content added to a SharePoint environment, the more difficult it can be to change course, correct mistakes and implement a governance model. But the business value to having a formal governance model in place is enormous.

Digital Signatures Allow CPI to Realize the Full Value of its SharePoint solution by ARX
Digital Signatures Allow CPI to Realize the Full Value of its SharePoint solution by ARX
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“Adding digital signatures to our SharePoint deployment has changed the way we’ve done business,” said Hans Christansen, CEO, CPI. “It has saved us money and significantly improved our customer service.”

At C&P Inspection (CPI), an inspection and quality assurance firm, the investment in SharePoint centered on the need to make it easier for the firm’s worldwide team of inspectors to manage reports generated at customer locations around the world. However, signature approvals required on these reports forced printed documents into the workflow, preventing CPI from leveraging the full benefits of its investment in business automation.

Businessing SharePoint
Businessing SharePoint
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INTRODUCTION
SharePoint is an excellent software platform to bring flexibility to endusers. And it is a great software development platform to create state oft he art applications, even though there are still few people out there that really grabbed the potential.

As SharePoint delivers very limited capabilities to build flexible business applications with SharePoint standard functionality, the creation of business application with SharePoint is handed over to developers – with all heavily discussed advantages and disadvantages of custom development.

Surfacing SAP through SharePoint
Surfacing SAP through SharePoint
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Discover all about Surfacing SAP through SharePoint To start, over 40% of ERP implementations have user adoption issues resulting in limited ROI from initial investments in ERP. Furthermore, complex generic interfaces that are not intuitive for casual users of line-of-business systems such as SAP continue to slow down business processes. To conclude,  the popularity and rapid… READ MORE