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5 Tips for SharePoint Information Architecture Success

 

 

Information Architecture, or IA, is the backbone of your SharePoint site. It determines how and where content is stored in an intranet. When an intranet lacks good Information Architecture, users have a hard time trying to find what they're looking for, which leads to


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Kyle O'Neal

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SharePoint,

Information Architecture

4/4/17 11:31 AM

5 Tips for Creating Your SharePoint Permissions Strategy

 

SharePoint groups and permission levels are like chainsaws; they're very powerful tools. They shouldn't be used without a plan or reason. Just like a chainsaw, this would be dangerous. In this case, instead of risking physical harm, you risk security issues.  Additionally, lacking a permissions strategy will lead to a permissions ...


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Anna Lindgren

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SharePoint

3/15/17 9:47 AM

Understanding SharePoint Permissions Inheritance

 

Permission inheritance is a more complicated aspect of SharePoint permissions. It can be very helpful if used correctly. In this post, I'll detail what permission inheritance is and how to set it up. If you want some background info about SharePoint groups and permissions, 


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Kyle O'Neal

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SharePoint

3/10/17 9:24 AM

Introduction to Information Architecture in SharePoint

 

What is Information Architecture (IA)? In short, it's how information is organized. But what does that mean? Well, say you got the opportunity to visit the Louvre. How would you find your way around? Would you wander the whole museum aimlessly from piece to piece? Would you follow signs for various sections you know contain what ...


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Julia Nikolich

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SharePoint,

Information Architecture

3/1/17 10:29 AM

How and When to Create Custom SharePoint Groups and Permissions

 

You need SharePoint groups and permission levels to run your site effectively. They keep your site hierarchy in order and running smoothly. SharePoint provides a handful of groups and permission levels. If you don't know exactly what these are or what they entail,


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Kyle O'Neal

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SharePoint

2/23/17 12:31 PM

What You Need to Know About SharePoint Groups & Permissions

 

If you want to have a secure SharePoint intranet, you need to understand SharePoint groups and permission levelsManaging your groups and permissions well can do ...


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Kyle O'Neal

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SharePoint

2/9/17 11:22 AM

5 Tips for Improving Employee Engagement

 

Engagement is the combination of being both happy and motivated at work—the feeling that you're truly doing what you love. Although engagement is a priceless quality in an employee, it's also a relatively uncommon one. A 2014 poll by Gallup ...


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Jordan Weaver

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Employee Engagement

11/17/16 9:36 AM

How to Prevent Your Software from Becoming Outdated

 

Businesses can't afford to fall behind with technology if they want to keep their customers. Unfortunately, it can be time-consuming and expensive for small and medium-sized companies to keep up to date with software and technology. In this article, we’ll outline how to keep your software from becoming outdated.


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Kylie Weaver

10/26/16 9:24 AM

New SharePoint and Office 365 Features Introduced at Microsoft Ignite

 

Microsoft Ignite, the largest information technology conference in the world, and Microsoft’s stage to announce all of their new initiatives, upgrades, features, and software, came to Atlanta just a couple weeks ago. This was a big year, with over 70 different announcements made over the first 2 days alone. With so many announcements made, we ...


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Julia Nikolich

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SharePoint

10/12/16 9:14 AM

5 Ways to Increase Employee Engagement

 

High employee engagement and a strong company culture translate into bottom line benefits. Engaged employees are more productive, stay with the company longer, and make positive contributions to the organization. This adds up to significant savings on the high cost of ...


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Kylie Weaver

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Employee Engagement

10/7/16 8:00 AM