Category Archives: Document Management

Document Management Strategy for SharePoint

So, how does one explain document management strategy to an organization, a team or a group of business users? This topic can quickly take on a life of its own and will most likely mean different things to different people … 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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It’s More Fun With The Right Tools

Skills:  Tool Analysis & Selection I was reminded this past week how important it is to have the right tool for the right job.  It’s even better to have that right tool at the right time. I had just taken … Continue reading

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Organize Documents For Knowledge Management

Skills:  Knowledge Management, Information Architecture The Problem I received a request from a client to increase the space allocation of their collaboration site.  Their current allocation was 1GB; their site was filled to the extent that further edits to their … Continue reading

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