Information Architecture

Taxonomy for SharePoint: 5 Reasons Why You Need It

Taxonomy

Taxonomy for SharePoint: 5 Reasons Why You Need It By Taylor Stroot on April 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 your company’s…

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Three Steps to Develop Your SharePoint Information Architecture Plan

SharePoint

Three Steps to Developing 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, we’re sure you’ve…

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Planning a Data Migration? Consider 5 Questions First

Data migration is easy, right? Moving from a Microsoft SharePoint 2010 to a 2016 environment is like upgrading from Windows 7 to Windows 10 – you simply click “next” several times and you’re ready to play the latest version of Solitaire in no time, right? Wrong! Just like moving from an old home to a…

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Can a Structured SharePoint Content Management System Help?

As your business accumulates more documents – whether paper or digital — each day, an organizational system quickly becomes imperative. When coordinating the moving parts and complexities of an Enterprise Content Management (ECM) system, planning effective information architecture is vital to avoiding document debacles. Without this in place a business cannot build nor maintain a functional SharePoint content…

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