Dive into SharePoint architecture
Discover the most critical elements to addressing the obstacles that can get in the way of planning and implementing an effective SharePoint architecture.
As companies’ grow, they generate and accumulate critical data and information at a rapid pace. Knowing where to begin, in terms of how to centralize and manage the vast array of content, can be a daunting task. This is why a solid SharePoint architecture is critical.
While the Microsoft SharePoint platform is used by 75% of Fortune 500 companies to not only store their information but to keep it organized, many end users complain about usability issues. To optimize SharePoint’s capabilities, a great deal of planning is required at the beginning — not just in regards to the enterprise content management strategy but also within the SharePoint architecture.
Developing a SharePoint architecture isn’t something to take lightly — if this information structure isn’t planned out properly, then needed documents can’t get to the right person, in the right place, at the right time. For a successful SharePoint architecture implementation, there are certain key factors to consider and many hurdles that can be encountered during the planning phase.
While SharePoint is profoundly flexible, the platform can be reliably configured to service a strong document management solution — when you’ve got an effective Sharepoint architecture in place. However, with this flexibility comes great complexity.