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SharePoint and Office 365 backup alternatives

Malicious or accidental deletion of content and the digital Intellectual property has always been a major concern for the organizations. On-premises this has always been mitigated with regular backups, meticulously performed and managed by an IT Department. In SharePoint Online and Office 365, the situation is a bit different and somewhat challenging. The content is no longer stored exclusively in shared drives… keep reading >

Stop gathering business requirements for SharePoint Intranet!

I see this happening over and over and can’t resist the urge to speak up again on the topic. I see many companies and even potential clients of mine developing 50-page business requirements documents for SharePoint, where they list every single wish list item, feature, and functionality they want to see in their new Intranet, from the number of sites to the number… keep reading >

How does permission-driven security work in SharePoint (also known as security trimming)

One of the biggest concerns companies have out there is that by switching to SharePoint, companies will loose the ability to keep private data private. This is an absolutely wrong assumption. In fact, SharePoint is rock solid when it comes to security and security configuration. It uses a concept called “Security Trimming”. I personally call it permission-driven SharePoint. Let me explain what this… keep reading >

Follow vs. Alert in SharePoint

In case you wonder what the difference between Follow vs. Alert in SharePoint is – you came to the right place. As a matter of fact – I do get this question frequently from my clients and blog readers, so you are not alone. Before I explain the difference between the two, let me first clarify what each of these options is… keep reading >

Why you should care about SharePoint Site Assets Library

As you create new sites and add web parts to manage the content you probably are getting used to seeing the Site Assets Library on every single SharePoint site. It appears along the other web parts when you click on Site Contents. While you will not use it to store documents and other team site artifacts, it is necessary for you as… keep reading >

3 ways to build a Knowledge Base Wiki in SharePoint

SharePoint has become the golden standard for business collaboration and content management. It is flexible and affordable and has outstanding document management capabilities. However, it is not just about document management. Quite often, as it is the case with Intranets, you need to share other information, in the form of text, links, images and videos. A knowledge base or Wiki is something… keep reading >

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