Posts Tagged ‘taxonomy’

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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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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Validated Content Isn’t Overrated: Tip of the Week:

Imagine, you just purchased a new house and you’re excited to pack up everything and start over fresh. For most of us, moving usually presents a good time to sift through items both old and new to decide what makes the cut for this new stage of our lives. Yet, a lot of the time…

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ECM Solution Tip: If You Build It, They Will Come

Building a structured taxonomy is critical for designing a well-oiled ECM solution, which is why we consulted the experts at KnowledgeLake to deliver one of the most important tips when building out your taxonomy structure. If You Build It, They Will Come We all tend to groan at overplayed clichés, but we all know that…

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