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Managing Security/Permissions in SharePoint - The Hard Way

Organizations deal with a lot of confidential information every day, information that is typically managed using business applications, like SharePoint. That means that properly implemented and managed security is critical to these applications. With SharePoint, you can implement effective...

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Best Practice โ€“ Metadata in SharePoint and Beyond

Last time, I talked about the recent SharePoint conference and some of the ECM gaps that have been carried forward into the soon-to-be-released 2013 version of SharePoint. This week I will focus on metadata and share some of my best practices for the use of metadata in ECM systems like...

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2012 SharePoint Conference - ECM? Nothing to See Here

After last year's SharePoint Conference I wrote about the change in tone, subject matter and attitude in the Microsoft SharePoint community. Specifically, it appeared that Microsoft and their partners were starting to recognize the importance of information governance, not just IT...

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If I were Steve Ballmer and \ or Jared Spataro, Where Would I Take SharePoint Next?

If I had the keys to the castle, just released Microsoft Surface and wanted to bloody the nose of Apple… and by the way, in a hand full of months was about to release the next wave of SharePoint (one of the most installed and powerful Corporate Software Platforms \ ecosytems of all time)...

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Visual Depiction of SharePoint 2010 (White Board Video)

Making sense of SharePoint 2010 by looking at it visually. Part one goes from Site Collections to Content Types, part two will go onward from Content Types. Hope you find this helpful! #whiteboard #UnderstandingSharePoint2010 #SharePoint #visualdepiction #sharepoint2010 #video

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The Rule of Three

I once had the privilege of working for a Corporate Sponsor who forgave mistakes easily. “If you don’t make mistakes,” he encouraged, “you’re not working fast or hard enough.” I cannot tell you how much his employees appreciated his clemency--especially the...

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What every Records Manager needs to know about SharePoint...but was afraid to ask.

What every Records Manager needs to know about SharePoint, but was afraid to ask! WHEN: Thursday, January 26th, 2012 2:00PM EDT / 11:00AM PDT SPEAKERS : Nick Inglis - SharePoint Program Manager, AIIM International, Dan Elam - COO, RSC Solutions , Andy Koval - Sr. VP, Archive Systems Today...

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Too Much Too Soon: Incremental Release Of SharePoint Functionality

I’ve had a lot of offhand conversation about user adoption of SharePoint lately and what I’ve found is that when companies give all of the functionality of SharePoint at launch they struggle more with user adoption (this is conjecture as I know of no full studies of this). The...

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Is Records Management and Usability, Together, Even Possible?

Why are 75% of the organizations in the United States (with an enterprise presence) looking at implementing a records management solution and why are they drawn so much to a particular Microsoft platform? Can you have an enterprise content management (ECM) \ enterprise records management (ERM)...

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Proselyte, or How I Learned to Manage SharePoint Debt

I have a professional crush. Gary Hewett of Technical Magic manages the infrastructure of a well-known records and information management group. I’ve had the privilege of working with him for the past year and a half. Simply put, he is an incredible teacher. Together we plunged deep...

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