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My Sites & Communities: System Architecture Deep-Dive in Office 365 & SharePoint 2013

Understanding the Underlying System Architecture Behind My Sites & Communities in Office 365 & SharePoint 2013 When an organization’s deploys My Sites for their users, the underlying SharePoint 2013 system architecture create a web application, a My Site host site collection, an individual site collection, and several SharePoint service applications and features. Note: The Office 365 | SharePoint Online architecture does differ from that of an on-premise SharePoint 2013 deployment but I have covered the major topical areas for both below

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Borderless ECM: Addressing the Fragmentation Problem (My AIIM Webinar)

We recommend that you should roll out any ECM solution with a systematic approach that addresses overall strategy, governance and operations, information architecture, process design and implementation, technology architecture and standards, and communication and training

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How to kill innovation in SharePoint, in five easy steps

That's certainly true with SharePoint, where a clear understanding of your business objectives and careful planning, architecture, and execution are the key to success...Skip the information architecture

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Staying Ahead of the Content Fragmentation

I just returned from the #e2conf ( ) event in Boston, which focused on the rapid expansion of social collaboration platforms, and was not surprised by many of the concerns among the participants about impacts to existing platforms and architectures -- and what to do with the growing fragmentation of their content

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Information Governance in the Age of Facebook

IBM has defined governance as needing to address the following 11 things: Organizational structures Stewardship Policy Value creation Data risk management & compliance Information security & privacy Data architecture Data quality management Classification & metadata Information lifecycle management Audit information, logging & reporting Now let's consider them as they apply to social media: The account could be a personal one - and even if it's an "official" account it may not be that official Same thing - if it's personal there is none and even if it's official there probably isn't much Personal accounts are likely not affected by the policy - assuming there is one It's not always readily apparent what the value of social media is to the organization (see also: email access; desktop computers; telephone....)

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Why All RIM Professionals Should Obtain The CIP

A CIP will not replace IT staff, but when discussions on technical architecture and security take place business can have a voice that brings up compliance implications without blindly going with what IT says

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OCR for the Social Networker

This enormous growth of social media is undoubtedly paralleled within businesses and evolving the architecture of business transactions

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