While there exist many excellent blog posts, interviews and videos about Delve and the Office Graph from experts around the world, this post will be about Insides, Management, Compliance. We will also look at data security and data privacy aspects and concerns, not only from a technical perspective but also with regards to the new… READ MORE
A major challenge in businesses is a misconception, that data is 100% secure concerning any part of its data processing within that business. This data processing concerns the content management lifecycle; from creation, to storage, to distribution, to workflow and eventually archive of that data. The misconception? “Security Breach? Its not going to happen to… READ MORE
Dominik Hoefling discusses Microsoft Enterprise Mobility Suite (EMS) – Identity + Access Management (IAM)
Michael Hoffman – Partner & CEO of Atrendia notes his thought on – E-mail Management is not the problem. Management is.
Typically, when it comes to choosing BPMS people usually take into consideration factors like: functionality, customization , integration, reporting, price etc. They mainly aim to match requirements of business users, management and IT department. But even if all of those people are satisfied, project can fail. Why? Let’s see.
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
Learn about Security Management of SharePoint sites This book is designed to be a practical guide to jump start your learning about what’s coming up in SharePoint 2013. The focus is on Team Sites – not Publishing Sites – and specifically the visual elements of the sites. Topics covered are: Overview of SharePoint 2013 Team… READ MORE
In the past few years SharePoint adoption rates for medium-sized businesses and Fortune 500 organizations has spiked. SharePoint 2010 provided a robust foundation for growth and there is no indication that the recent release of SharePoint 2013 will put an end to that. SharePoint is flourishing and with that the volume of information assets stored in SharePoint are at an all-time high. It is understandable that information workers need some time after the deployment of SharePoint to adapt to this new technology. In some cases modest success can be achieved by simply relocating the day-to-day data used by users and departments to SharePoint, but many things can be done to drive SharePoint adoption amongst the workforce.
Your business is running along okay, but you know there is room for improvement. You see small signs here and there. Margins are still acceptable– but slowly deteriorating, customer satisfaction is not improving. You’re sensing that your organization may be on the brink and you need to take some action—but what? Look a little deeper at the symptoms and root causes. It could be time to consider a document management strategy.
Do you have a mountain of SharePoint content that you’re trying to manage? SharePoint RBS For Dummies, Special Edition, can help! Discover how to reduce your costs while still getting peak performance. With this book, you see how Remote BLOB Storage (RBS) is used to optimize the storage of your content. Discover best practices and… READ MORE