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Purchase Order System Best Practices

There’s no such thing as organized chaos. Step away from the spreadsheet and put down the stress ball. Explore and implement new purchase order systems that reduce your dependence on spreadsheets , shared drives, Google Documents and email correspondence. Finding a purchase order...

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Information Security Checklist: Best Practices for SharePoint

Below is a list of some best practices that will ensure true security of your SharePoint data: Content needs to be monitored in both real time and on a schedule, using rule based automated processes in such a way as to provide systematic protection of information

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eDiscovery Best Practices in SharePoint Server 2013 and Office 365

eDiscovery Best Practices in SharePoint Server 2013 and Office 365 "From the Consulting Trenches" Not only do records stored on users devices and in SharePoint become relevant in legal and compliance related cases and incidents, but emails as well as even Lync conversations also fall into eDiscovery requests more and more every day

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Key SharePoint 2013 and Office 365 Methodologies and Best Practices

Overview of Key SharePoint 2013 and Office 365 Methodologies and Best Practices Over the past 10+ years (as I will try note to date myself too much), back when I started working with SharePoint 2001, back when it was code-named Tahoe in late 2000, alongside of "Project Central" (which would later become Project Server 2002), there have been identifiable and "repeatable processes" that I have seen work time and time again regardless of the size of the organization or the business vertical the company may be in. As I have worked alongside my colleagues at EPC Group (as they are really the ones that have helped perfect and rework these elements and I just get to take the credit here on AIIM's blog) in our SharePoint 2013 and Office 365 consulting practices, we have taken these "identifiable and repeatable processes" to drive the underlying methodologies, strategies and lessons learned that have stemmed directly from these initiatives executed within organizations of all sizes and from all business

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SharePoint Problem & Change Management Procedures Governance - Consulting Best Practices Example

I.T. – SharePoint P roblem and Change Management Procedures I. Introduction The purpose of this document is to define the procedures used to manage SharePoint 2010 / 2013 support requests , assign resources to those requests, and implement solutions to those...

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SharePoint Consulting Best Practices for a SharePoint 2010 Enterprise Deployment

Purpose of Article The purpose of the document is to outline EPC Group best practice recommendations from an “In the Trenches” SharePoint Consulting perspective for Enterprise SharePoint 2010 Environments. I have also included supportable limitations outlined by Microsoft as well as best practice information that pertains to SharePoint Server 2010

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My Site Implementation in SharePoint 2010 – A Best Practices Strategy

The other key area of concern I see is that organizations fear that existing and approved “policies and procedures” or “standard operating procedures” could be confused by someone’s “best practices” post on their My Site and again this is easily addressed

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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

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