Posts Tagged "Best Practices"
Have you ever visited a blog or shopping website and it took 10 seconds for it to load? I bet you will never come back to that website anymore. Same is true for collaboration platform, like SharePoint. If it takes you 5-10 seconds to load the page so you can retrieve a document – you will soon hate SharePoint. Poor SharePoint site… keep reading >
The unfortunate reality is that many organizations tend to use SharePoint as a file share. Way too often I see a single site, with a single document library and all company files and folders residing inside of that library. As new libraries and other lists are added to the page, they all share the same (homepage) site. So before long, the homepage site becomes the Wild… keep reading >
It is Valentine’s Day, so today’s blog post is about the KISS. KISS principle that is. KISS principle has been around in Software Design since 1960’s and stands for “Keep it Simple Stupid”. A catch-phrase that surely gets the attention. The principle is all about a notion that everything we design should be simple. I can’t think of a better environment then SharePoint to apply… keep reading >
Are you looking to share some of you content in SharePoint with external users? It is definitely doable right out of the box, but in all honesty, way too confusing in current version of SharePoint (2013) to do it right. There are too many settings to configure, lots of ways to share content (entire sites, folders or individual files) and various levels… keep reading >
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