Category Archives: Information Architecture

O365 Architecting SharePoint – Connecting The Dots: Part II

If you haven’t, please review Part I prior to reading the rest of this article. So, the question posed of me recently was this, “How Do We Get There“? Now that our consulting team has worked with Executive Leadership, major … Continue reading

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O365 Architecting SharePoint – Connecting The Dots: Part I

Reflecting On The Problem Our best intentions may be a combination of fun and frustration without the following: – Knowledge: Thorough Awareness – Skills: Trained Experience. – Intelligence: Executed Application. – Wisdom: Insightful Intelligence. DOT Fun – Knowledge is awareness … 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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Tagging Tips In SharePoint 2013

A great summary on the why, when, where and how around the topic of tagging in SharePoint 2013.

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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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Using Active Directory vs. SharePoint Groups for User Management

Products: SharePoint (All) As with most features in SharePoint, there are at least two (2) ways to accomplish anything; and, managing user permissions is no exception.  And similar to any discussion, there are at least (2) opinions on how to best configure … Continue reading

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Intranet Carousels Teach a Harsh Lesson in Reality

Products: SharePoint (All) Premise: The use of image carousels on an intranet is distracting, consumes prime page real estate and is largely ignored by the majority of users. An intranet is like the front door of a house or a business.  The front door often … Continue reading

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