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Building a Best Practices Information Architecture for SharePoint 2013 and\or Office 365

The team at EPC Group approaches the architecture and design of SharePoint 2013 and/or Office 365’s Information Architecture using a the three-prong approach that provides placeholders for the requirements that must be documented but also sets expectations for the SharePoint project team...

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Will We Ever Get This Right

I don't normally cross-post but a short week and a medical issue has me focused on design vs. production and the value of the things we do and don't do. Almost every IT shop has an inventory of projects. Some have been on the shelf for a long time and curiously, some pop into inventory...

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Whose Design is it?

Last week on a different blog, I talked about how we are using SharePoint to manage the voting for a Holiday Door Decorating contest in our office. Marc D. Anderson commented that: “This is one of those fun little applications that I could get totally lost in. It would be an awesome...

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For the Children

Last Week , I described my effort to begin crafting an Information Policy that will apply to one of our most recent SharePoint solutions. Eventually, I hope to have a collection of these policies bundled into a comprehensive information policy for our company. That may not happen in the 5 to 7...

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Don't put less content on your mobile sites !

How often does this happen to you ? You are on the go, you need to check out a web site of a public administration or a company because you need information only available from them directly. You use your mobile phone to browse the site as this is what you have with you, only to discover that...

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What people are looking for in a CMS/WCM solution today - Changing world of WCM/ CMS solutions!

I am seeing a change in the way CMS solutions are being conceptualized and are being implemented. Some of the key observations from my experiences with customers, partners and consumers: CIO (IT) and CMO (Marketing) organizations are conceptualizing the needs (not necessarily the solution)...

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The Form v Function Ratio

My friend, and all-around SharePoint Whiz kid Marc Anderson inspired this blog post with a simple tweet “ Form, then function? Or function, then form? Discuss .” My reply: “ Recent convert to the idea that function requires form #notEitherOr #UX” I’m not going to...

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Instilling Confidence – or Not

Back in the early 1980’s I worked for a partner at KPMG (then, PMM & Co) who always stressed that we “ should start writing the final report the minute we begin an engagement .” I hated hearing that admonition, but I have given that advice, in some form to every employee I...

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Help us to better understand the use of Process Mapping & Modelling Tools

Some of you may recollect that In 2009, I conducted a survey into the use (or non use!) of mapping and modelling tools, for process improvement. At the time the survey was said to have been the most comprehensive of its kind to have been undertaken. Now I need your help. Much has changed...

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Building an effective capture solution – Part 1 of 3 (User Experience/Device/Interface)

Building an effective capture solution – Part 1 of 3 (User Experience/Device/Interface) In this three part series of blog posts I would like to walk you through building a highly-effective, yet extremely agile and surprisingly affordable document capture solution. Not a piece-part of...

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