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SharePoint as a Compliance Tool.

Explore compliance solutions that allow you to leverage your existing platform to increase ease of use, productivity and boost collaboration. The benefits might just House Everything Under One Roof By utilizing SharePoint-based compliance solutions you eliminate the pesky nuances found when juggling several different software portals for day to day tasks

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SharePoint as a Service and a Solution (SPaaS)

Thus it becomes important for a business to both assess their current situation as well as plan and implement solutions to meet these needs, especially if SharePoint is at the core of those needs

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A Vendor & Resource Management Solution

These types of questions beg for a solution built on SharePoint to help you manage the information and documentation, communicate status, and report on key performance indicators (KPIs) you indentify to be important to your organization. Before you even begin to start building your solution on SharePoint, you’ll want to begin by mapping the end to end business activities, approvals, and flow of information and documents

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SharePoint 2010, Mobility, Browser Compatibility, Compliance, and its Continued Dominance in the Marketplace

Also these folks question how SharePoint 2010 can meet compliance and eDiscovery challenges or replace Documentum, LiveLink, FileNet, or other ECM\ERM systems. My theory on these writers or speakers who have these opinions (or hopeful “stock puts”) is that they do only that… write and speak but really don’t ever set foot into a client’s conference room or have more of a vested interest in LiveLink, OpenText, etc. succeeding, and don’t spend 5 days a week over months working with a client on their initial business requirements, political challenges, functional and compliance requirements, development best practices, roadmap, and governance challenges that the organization faces or will face

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Information Security Checklist: Best Practices for SharePoint

Perform ongoing audits for compliance, and run regularly scheduled scans of SharePoint sites. Measure progress over time to demonstrate priority and success of compliance initiatives, and modify as necessary

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SharePoint 2010 Web Standards, Accessibility, and Usability Quick Reference Guide

” SharePoint Validation Problem Areas – Best Practices Legacy markups & customizations can become a major issues in SharePoint 2007 to SharePoint 2010 Branding Migration efforts Silverlight Web Part(s) and where Microsoft is headed technologically (phasing Silverlight out) WebPartZone specific to SharePoint 2010 WebPartPage specific to SharePoint 2010 ImageField specific to SharePoint 2010 Rich Text Editor specific to SharePoint 2010 Silverlight Plugin Generator Problem SLPG doesn’t escape JavaScript code SLPG uses iframe to solve caching issue with Safari Solution Add comments before loading the JavaScript <script type="text/javascript"> //<!

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Migrating to SharePoint 2010? Know what you’re dealing with first!

We were all thinking about SharePoint sprawl with 2007 but as a former records guy I was really wondering if these fine IT folk had considered all the compliance and risk mitigation factors or information governance issues that might be lurking about

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SharePoint 2013 BYOD Best Practices

One of the major issues around BYOD has been around the security risks that can be increased but in SharePoint 2013’s case there are solutions such as Microsoft’s System Center’s Windows Intune that can be put in place to assist in resolving some of these challenges

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