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A SharePoint 2013 Business Intelligence (BI) Deep-dive - Case Study Review from EPC Group

Business Intelligence “From the Consulting Trenches” I will continue to post EPC Group's insights around business intelligence (BI) in the weeks to come to touch on the real-world “from the consulting trenches” approach that EPC Group has successfully implemented for hundreds of organizations throughout North America. EPC Group’s Nationally Recognized Practice Areas EPC Group leading SharePoint , Office 365 , Infrastructure Design and Business Intelligence Practice areas continue to lead the way in providing our clients with the most up-to-date and relevant information that is tailored to their individual business and functional needs. Additional "From the Consulting Trenches" strategies and methodologies are covered in EPC Group's new book, " Sharepoint 2013 Field Guide: Advice from the Consulting Trenches" covering not only SharePoint 2013, Office 365 and SharePoint Online but Information Management, ECM\RM and overall compliance strategies in this ever changing world of " Hybrid IT

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Understanding Operating in the Hybrid Cloud - Office 365 & SharePoint 2013 - An EPC Group Case Study

Understanding Operating in the Hybrid Cloud - EPC Group Case Study This blog post will provide "from the consulting trenches" ( Hybrid Cloud ) strategies and granular details of EPC Group’s approach to the new Hybrid Office 365 and/or SharePoint 2013 architecture's growing proliferation and how it may affect your organization

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Security Governance Best Practices for SharePoint 2013 & Office 365 | SharePoint Online

Security Governance Best Practices for SharePoint 2013 & Office 365 | SharePoint Online EPC Group understands that security has never been a hotter topic in IT, but in most cases, even though it is being discussed by members of the organization and dominates a good deal of technology news coverage, it is still often not properly addressed in many SharePoint deployments. In many SharePoint deployments, the organization’s Active Directory (AD) deployment may have a good deal of duplication, custom groups, or old and expired information that have been created and stored over many years

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EPC Group’s SharePoint Server 2010 End User Training Guide

I believe this is something missing from the community and I am hopeful this will help in the development of not only SharePoint end-user training for your organization but Train-the-Trainer and Power User Training for which EPC Group finds so valuable to ensuring a succesful SharePoint Implementation. EPC Group is current working on our SharePoint 2013 training guide which I will post in, well, probably the next year :) Welcome to the EPC Group SharePoint 2010 training guide

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Should Your SharePoint 2007 Platform Migrate to 2010 or Go Right to SharePoint 2013?

SharePoint’s security was implemented mostly with Active Directory groups when it first rolled out but this company has a lot of cross-functional projects and related project sites that require access from users from different departments. In just like any company, they have created a good number of custom SharePoint security groups and they don’t really have a true grasp on what sites are secured with these custom SharePoint security groups and what sites are just using the “departmental AD Groups

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