Tag: Governance

Whitepaper - A Governance Guide for Hybrid SharePoint Migrations
Whitepaper – A Governance Guide for Hybrid SharePoint Migrations
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Effectively managing enterprise content is a growing challenge for organizations today. Cloud-based computing
represents a powerful new option, offering increased flexibility, efficiency, and reduced cost for IT infrastructure, data
storage, and applications. However, for a variety of business and technical reasons, most organizations will take a
phased approach to adopting cloud-based services, which will require them to continue to maintain their on-premises
SharePoint environments during the transition.

Whitepaper - How to Implement Effective SharePoint Governance Plan
Whitepaper – How to Implement Effective SharePoint Governance Plan
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Are you thinking about deploying SharePoint in your organization? You won’t have to do much research before
you come across the big “G” word – governance. Just the word itself is somewhat imposing and definitions for
it will vary. In fact, if you ask three different experts what governance means, you’re likely to get four different
answers. And while I have yet to find that one, perfect definition of governance, I can accept this one from
Microsoft: “Governance is the set of policies, roles, responsibilities, and processes that guides, directs, and
controls how an organization’s business divisions and IT teams cooperate to achieve business goals.” In short,
it is a “how to” guide.

SharePoint Governance & the Pillars of Wisdom - Part 3
SharePoint Governance & the Pillars of Wisdom – Part 3
Ebooks

Over the years the subject of SharePoint governance has taken on a distinctly technical flavour and confusion reigns. Ian have taken the opportunity of using his business-focused expertise to redressing the balance by returning the subject of SharePoint Governance to its origins – the business. In this exclusive and packed 150+ page business governance bible,… READ MORE

SharePoint Governance & the Pillars of Wisdom - Part 2
SharePoint Governance & the Pillars of Wisdom – Part 2
Ebooks

Over the years the subject of SharePoint governance has taken on a distinctly technical flavour and confusion reigns. Ian have taken the opportunity of using his business-focused expertise to redressing the balance by returning the subject of SharePoint Governance to its origins – the business. In this exclusive and packed 150+ page business governance bible,… READ MORE

SharePoint Governance & the Pillars of Wisdom - Part 1
SharePoint Governance & the Pillars of Wisdom – Part 1
Ebooks

Over the years the subject of SharePoint governance has taken on a distinctly technical flavour and confusion reigns. Ian have taken the opportunity of using his business-focused expertise to redressing the balance by returning the subject of SharePoint Governance to its origins – the business. In this exclusive and packed 150+ page business governance bible,… READ MORE

Governance – the Gateway to SharePoint Adoption and Management
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Your Gateway to SharePoint Adoption and Management starts here. Webinar Summary: SharePoint governance has become the “next big thing”.   Too often, it’s postponed as something to consider AFTER a successful rollout.  However, governance is essential from the outset to channel and direct effective SharePoint usage.  Join me for a session on how to implement roles, tools… READ MORE

SharePoint Governance: Draw a Line in the Sand
SharePoint Governance: Draw a Line in the Sand
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Sometimes, you just have to stop trying to fix what is so broken that the cost of fixing doesn’t warrant the benefit. This is especially true of SharePoint governance.

During recent months, my work has focused heavily on helping organizations across all verticals and sizes tackle governance.

SharePoint Governance: Beyond the Buzzword by Dan Holme
SharePoint Governance: Beyond the Buzzword by Dan Holme
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As I documented my community outreach statistics as part of my year-end procedures, I came to realize that I had personally touched one in ten of the largest enterprises on the planet. In my meetings with these companies, SharePoint teams shared their problems, gave me insight into the solutions they had developed, and trusted me to provide guidance and to share the lessons learned from hundreds of other SharePoint implementations.