You’ve heard of life hacks, well the team at Professional Advantage have put together four quick and easy life hacks to start improving your SharePoint environment and start making your work day just a little bit easier this year.
One of the more common grievances I hear when presenting SharePoint workshops is the difficulty of using SharePoint Search to find content. SharePoint 2013 has everything you need, however there are a few ways to make SharePoint Search work even better for you.
Have you recently decided to embark on the SharePoint journey but are not sure what’s required from a licensing and infrastructure perspective?
While it is well-known that Microsoft SharePoint is a superb system for content management and workforce collaboration as an extranet and intranet, what is less well-recognised is that SharePoint also stacks up well as a platform for the creation of public-facing websites.
If you’ve had experience overseeing or managing IT deployment projects you know that even the best intended and well-resourced projects can splutter, stall and eventually collapse without a sound change management strategy in place.
As with all other sizeable new business software implementations, a successful SharePoint deployment is one that is well thought-out and carefully managed every step of the way. However in one key respect a SharePoint deployment is different from most others.