Posts Tagged ‘Microsoft SharePoint’

Data is More Important Than Ever: A Microsoft Ignite Recap

Important Data

Data is More Important Than Ever: A Microsoft Ignite Recap by Brad Porter on Oct 12, 2018 Microsoft Ignite was all about using your data The energy of Microsoft Ignite is still in the air here at KnowledgeLake. The use and access of data seemed to be one of the biggest themes at the conference…

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Top Five SharePoint Sessions at Microsoft Ignite 2018

Ignite

Top Five SharePoint Sessions at Microsoft Ignite 2018 by Susan Thomas on Sep 22, 2018 There are 1591 sessions going on at Microsoft Ignite this week in Orlando. Yep, talk about overwhelming. Sure, Microsoft has a way to organize and filter those sessions by day, solution, product, level, type, and format, but how are you…

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SharePoint Transactional Content Management Planning

TCM Content

SharePoint Transactional Content Management Planning By Mike Miller on Aug 14, 2018 SharePoint transactional content management wasn’t created in a day… Wait, what is transactional content management? Simply put, it’s focused on document-driven business processes instead of collaborative or creative processes. You’ve probably experienced the difference between document- and collaborative-driven processes in your organization. Let…

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Top 10 Reasons You Need Records And Information Management

Records management is a hot topic these days. The amount of data organizations generate and store multiply exponentially each year. (This includes content in applications like Microsoft SharePoint, Microsoft Exchange and internal/external social media sites.) Managing the growth and variety of such content, as well as its locations, becomes an impossible process. And, when you also factor into the equation the evolving industry and government regulations…

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