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Reviewing Metadata “Content Types” in SharePoint Server 2013 & Office 365

Reviewing Metadata “Content Types” in SharePoint Server 2013 and Office 365 | SharePoint Online A content type is a reusable collection of settings and rules applied to a certain category of content in SharePoint and/or Office 365 . Content types define more granular attributes for documents, content, and library or list items

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IDR: Is it right for you?

Intelligent Document Recognition (IDR) is one type of technology being employed to increase productivity and reduce costs. IDR allows organizations to reduce manual data entry; automate data capture from documents and data types, and employ solutions that are easy to implement, affordable, fast and scalable

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Organizing Chaos -- Tag It!

One of the most powerful means of filtering, sorting and searching information that has emerged as part of social computing is the use of “tags” to classify content of all types

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Chicken or Egg: Content Management or Collaboration First?

The content can be of any type and it can be just a single document or an entire folder or collection of content assets...I’d argue that both approaches are valid and that they are addressing different types of solutions

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Fixed vs. Dynamic Content: Lifecycle Management

But recognize that content takes many different forms, and the lifecycle management processes must be adapted to address the varying content types, with the primary distinction between fixed and dynamic content, as shown in the table below

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Information Architecture: Defined

Sites within a collection share common features such as shared permissions, content types, and in some cases, a common navigation

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