There is no platform more in need of a proper information architecture than SharePoint
Earley & Associates (E&A), a leading information architecture, taxonomy and search consultancy, has announced Information Architecture (IA) and indexing services for mobile application providers
Earley & Associates, the enterprise search experts, is offering a 2 day, hands-on workshop on SharePoint Information Architecture, lead by well-known speaker, author and SharePoint guru, Jeff Carr
Information Architecture in SharePoint The best way to think about information architecture is that it’s a blueprint, a way to organize your information so it’s easy to find by the right people
It's often times easy to rush into building a solution without thinking enough about something called "information architecture" (IA)...So what is information architecture anyway?
Kevin Parker has a broad rangeof experience in enterprise information architecture. His combination of technological expertise, business acumen, and strategic leadership is devoted to helping clients solve their challenges
The Context, Users, and Content approach to the information architecture design, as mentioned above, is meant to instill a 360 degree view of the overall project goals and future business needs as well as the other “moving pieces” within the organization that are not typically taken into consideration
Ensuring Your System & Information Archiecture Architecture Strategy Aligns with Your SharePoint Roadmap When an organization is near the point of kicking off and performing a upgrade and/or migration initative to SharePoint 2013 and/or Office 365 , it is key to ensure core...
Because effective content management solutions need to be designed; and in most organizations, SharePoint 2010 is rolled out as a document sharing and collaboration platform with little if any thought to overall information architecture. In his recent blog post, Dr. Gary Kahn, Client Services Partner with Earley & Associates makes a case for Information Architecture Centers of Excellence as a way to help drive the changes within your organization necessary to ensure success with SharePoint 2010
The SharePoint information architecture is different than a standard ECM information architecture. Standard ECM Information Architecture SharePoint Information Architecture Folder Based Structure Site / Library Based Structure Information Management Policies Implemented on Folder Levels Information Management Policies Applied On Hierarchical Structures Called Content Types Metadata Standardized on Folder or Category Metadata Standardized on Content Types Records Declaration As Manual Process Records Declaration As Manual or Automated Process The structure of information is fundamentally different: ECM System > Nested Folders > Content SharePoint > Site Collection > Site > Library > Content Types / Folders / Content The application of policies is fundamentally different and how we perform the operations of a content or records management system are completely different
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