Category Archives: Content Management

Where’s the SharePoint 2013 Datasheet View

Versions:  SharePoint 2013 In SharePoint 2013, the Datasheet view was replaced with the new Quick Edit option which works now in all browsers (since it is no longer using ActiveX). However, the new Quick Edit mode does not support all … Continue reading

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Technology Disruption and the Illusion of Accuracy

RE: Paper vs. Technology We live in a time where change is the norm and technology is a part of our daily lives. The need to keep things “in sync” between devices, systems, processes and platforms is an ongoing challenge … Continue reading

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Office 365 Managed Metadata Navigation

Products:  Office 365 (SharePoint Online) Big Idea “People resort to Search when Navigation Fails” … as Search wastes excessive time & money, let’s plan up front to provide a flawless Navigation process for the short-term and the means to scale the terms and hierarchy … Continue reading

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Data: It’s What’s for Dinner

Data Topics: Dirty, Clean, Messy and Actionable It is so easy for any business to accumulate years and piles worth of data. Some of it is obvious as it stacks up visibly within the corners of office floors; some extending … Continue reading

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Knowledge Management via Discussion Boards

Products:  SharePoint 2007, 2010, 2013 … The purpose of a Discussion Board is to capture the knowledge about a specific topic, idea, suggestion, issue, event, meeting, etc. and provide a forum for others to engage and participate. A few reasons … Continue reading

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SharePoint Enterprise vs Community Site

Products:  SharePoint 2007, 2010, 2013 I am working with a client and needed a list of characteristics to answer the ultimate requirements and questions related to Enterprise versus Community sites.  This list is not conclusive and each requirement is often … Continue reading

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Why, What and How of Metadata and Search

Product:  All SharePoint Versions The Problem (The Big Why) – data is growing exponentially – we spend a lot of time creating it – we spend a lot of time searching for it – we spend a lot of time … Continue reading

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