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SharePoint capability of managing content and the Content Organizer

The SharePoint content organizer provides an answer, since it performs the task of working out where to file content so that the user does not have to...With the Content Organizer, you can specify that folders in the target location be created automatically

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Is Your SharePoint 2010 Install Sucking Wind?

Avoided dabbling with the Content Organizer | The Content Organizer is much needed feature. The premise of the Content Organizer is that you can load all content into one (or more) library. The Content Organizer is then configured (and not developed) to automatically place the files into the appropriate locations

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Reviewing Metadata “Content Types” in SharePoint Server 2013 & Office 365

Overview of the Content Type Hub within a SharePoint Server Farm The “Content Organizer” You can utilize SharePoint 2013’s content organizer to route documents and automatically manage important library rules, maintenance activities and other related tasks To activate the content type organizer feature on a site, a user with the appropriate permissions can select the Site Settings options from the “gear” icon and then once on the Site Settings Page under Site Actions, select the Manage site features option as shown in the image below. A SharePoint’s Site Settings Page Once the user is viewing the features within the site or site collection, they should click on Activate next to the Content Organizer feature which will then activate this feature, as shown in the image below. Activating the Content Organizer Feature The content organizer can automate tasks such as: Managing a governed quote for the number of items in folders Automatically create a new folder when a specific number of items is reached within a folder • Create and then utilize custom rules within Site Administration, as shown in image below, to determine and enforce where documents are routed or moved (To a specific library or folder)

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SharePoint 2010 for Records Management - Add-On Requirements and Capabilities that take it to the Enterprise

Content Organizer Management - Content Organizer management allows for centralized control over content routing rules across multiple sites, site collections and farms, instantiates changes to rules from a central source and eliminates the need to manage content organizer settings and rules across numerous sites. This is critical in organizations with hundreds or thousands of SharePoint sites because it makes the overall process of leveraging the standard SharePoint Content Organizer capabilities more manageable

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SharePoint - Documents and Records Management, Really?

Document Management Check In / Check Out Versioning Comparison Managed Metadata Structured Folksonomy Content Types and Site Columns Metadata Navigation Folder Structure and Filtering Item Permissions Document ID Service Social Ratings Tags and Notes Rule Based Submission – Content Organizer Records Management Full Document Management Capabilities Document ID Multi-Stage Retention Per-Item Audit Reports Hierarchal File Plans File Plan Report Taxonomy and Centralized Content Types Content Organizer Virtual Folders – Metadata Navigation In-Place Record Declaration Support for tens of millions in a single record center More in a distributed archive scenario Each of these features has been built to assist you in "building" the right solution

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Just Tell Us What “It” Is

Using the Content Organizer, a record can be routed to the appropriate location based on the Content Type and metadata where information management policies can be assigned

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SharePoint Wins with the ECM Ecosystem

For ECM, SharePoint offers a number of features, such as document sets and content organizer, making it a reasonably comprehensive solution

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Wandering through ERM Conferences Lately

Incorporating features like In Place Records Management, Unique Document Identifier and the Content Organizer are challenging the product assumptions of some Microsoft ISV’s

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