Posts Tagged "Security"
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 >
As your SharePoint Intranet and Office 365 grow in size and usage, I am sure you share the concern for security and integrity of your intellectual property. I am confident you did all the right things with security and training, but you can only do so much. You cannot really 100% prevent a rogue employee from doing damage by downloading a bunch of… keep reading >
You know how on Facebook and LinkedIn you have the feature to see what your profile looks like to other users? I am sure you wondered what kind of access do users have in SharePoint on a given site and what exactly do they “see” when they land on one. Today I would like to explain two ways to check user access… keep reading >
Here is a real-life scenario. You have built a list in SharePoint so that users can submit entries, but you only want users to be able to read or modify own entries. An example of such list could be a submission form to Human Resources (Vacation Request) or a HelpDesk ticketing system. Unlike other types of lists, you might not necessarily want… keep reading >
Sooner or later we encounter this need in SharePoint. You have built a great looking project team site and now it is time to share some of the content with external users – clients, vendors or contractors. What’s the best way to do so in SharePoint? This blog post provides few options and explains pros and cons of each. The assumption here… keep reading >
One of the biggest concerns many organizations have when they store files and document in SharePoint is the security and integrity of their content. I have no doubt Microsoft goes above and beyond to keep files secure and encrypted in SharePoint. However, at the end of the day, SharePoint is used by humans. And humans are prone to errors. So what can you do… keep reading >
One of the decisions you have to make once you create an Intranet portal in SharePoint is who will manage SharePoint site security. I have recently published a similar post on pros and cons of AD groups vs. SharePoint groups. However, that was more of a technical decision. Today, I want to concentrate more on the governance aspect of the same topic.… keep reading >
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