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Mistakes

SharePoint ECM Plan: Avoid These 5 Mistakes

By Taylor Stroot | May 3, 2018

SharePoint ECM Plan: Avoid These 5 Mistakes        by Taylor Stroot on May 3, 2018 Avoid these hurdles in your SharePoint ECM plan Creating a SharePoint ECM plan is not easy. It takes understanding how your end users work, how your documents are stored in SharePoint, and how your document processes are laid…

Organize

How to Organize Content in SharePoint

By Taylor Stroot | May 1, 2018

How to Organize Content in SharePoint              by Taylor Stroot on May 1, 2018 It’s time to organize content in SharePoint Your SharePoint is a mess. It’s time to clean it up. But where do you start to organize your SharePoint, so it’s structured and intuitive for your users? In…

Pros and Cons

SharePoint Content Management System: Pros & Cons

By Taylor Stroot | April 26, 2018

SharePoint Content Management System: Pros & Cons            by Taylor Stroot on Apr 26, 2018 Adopting and enhancing a SharePoint content management system The enterprise content management (ECM) industry was turned upside down when Microsoft released SharePoint — its platform-based and truly scalable solution for ECM. While there is no doubt…

SharePoint

Top 5 SharePoint Conference Sessions to Attend in 2018

By KnowledgeLake | April 24, 2018

Top 5 SharePoint Conference Sessions to Attend in 2018        by KnowledgeLake on Apr 24, 2018 We can help you choose the best SharePoint Conference sessions to attend in May. The SharePoint Conference is finally back, as SharePoint Conference North America hits Las Vegas in May. Our KnowledgeLake team will be on the…

Taxonomy

Taxonomy for SharePoint: 5 Reasons Why You Need It

By Taylor Stroot | April 19, 2018

Taxonomy for SharePoint: 5 Reasons Why You Need It     by Taylor Stroot on Apr 19, 2018 Ditch the document drama with an organized taxonomy for SharePoint. When trying to navigate the complexities of an Enterprise Content Management (ECM) system, an effective taxonomy is vital to avoiding document drama. But what, exactly, does the term taxonomy mean for…

SharePoint

Three Steps to Develop Your SharePoint Information Architecture Plan

By Taylor Stroot | April 17, 2018

Three Steps to Develop Your SharePoint Information Architecture Plan        by Taylor Stroot on Apr 17, 2018 You want a structured SharePoint information architecture plan. But where do you start? The SharePoint platform is used by 75% of Fortune 500 companies. That’s about 200,000 organizations, globally, that make up the SharePoint ecosystem. Yet,…

Paperless

Paperless Document Management Adopting Paperless Environment

By KnowledgeLake | March 27, 2018

Paperless Document Management Adopting Paperless Environment by KnowledgeLake on Mar 27, 2018 With a myriad of business technology options available, paperless document management is becoming a reality for some companies. According to the e-book, What We Learned from the AIIM Community in 2016: What We See In 2017, “65% of respondents interviewed in August of 2016…

MIgrate

SharePoint Upgrade or SharePoint Migration: What’s best?

By KnowledgeLake | March 16, 2018

SharePoint Upgrade or SharePoint Migration: What’s best?        by KnowledgeLake on Mar 16, 2018 People often use the term content migration and upgrade interchangeably but they are actually different matters. On the most basic level, an upgrade is the process of replacing your existing software with a newer version of the same product.…

SharePoint

Document Workflow Automation: 5 Ways Businesses Benefit

By KnowledgeLake | March 14, 2018

Document Workflow Automation: 5 Ways Businesses Benefit                 by KnowledgeLake on Mar 14, 2018 Once upon a time, the concept of a document workflow consisted of sliding paper documents into a manila envelope or accordion folder then scrawling the name of the next person to review the information…

Digital Data

Document Digitization: Data into information and knowledge

By KnowledgeLake | March 12, 2018

Document Digitization: Data into information and knowledge        by KnowledgeLake on Mar 12, 2018 We often hear that companies are drowning in data but aren’t quite sure what to do about it. The first step is not only understanding the difference between “data”, “information,” and “knowledge” but also learning how document digitization can…