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    Option -3 "It eliminates misspellings and variant terms" is most appropriate answer because it improve ...

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    Hi there! If you're looking for Teams-specific guidance check out our documentation at:  https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/microsoftteams/retention-policies ...

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    Thanks Joseph! I think it's really just a reflection of being a consultant, so it's my "thing" versus ...

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    Joseph, As soon as a Team and Channel are created in MS Teams, a SharePoint Online site collection ...

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    Lorne, Thanks for the perspective! You're a font of knowledge. Joseph Coen, C. A. Archivist ...

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    Thanks Rosemary from bringing that webpage to our attention. From what I understand it looks like using ...

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    I will go with option no.3 - It  eliminates misspellings and variant terms.   Option 1- Having controlled ...

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    Rosemary, Please reference the reply I just sent to Joseph. Collab is not a replacement ...

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  • I regularly get asked questions about AIIM and ARMA – which one’s “better,” which one’s the right one, what’s the difference, etc. As a paid professional member of both since 2001 – August 2001 for AIIM, September 2001 for ARMA, and having served on both organizations’ Board of Directors (2004-2005 for AIIM, 2007-2010 for ARMA), I have thoughts on both and will compare them in several key areas, including: ...
  • The show Star Trek always had the coolest futuristic technology. For example, I can’t tell you how many times I’ve wished I could tell Scotty to “Beam me up!” and be teleported back home. Another thing that really caught my eye on that show was their “universal translator.” It was basically this handheld device that allowed you to easily communicate across any language – be it human or...

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