Let’s be honest, SharePoint gained its popularity because of its extreme functionality and business capabilities. And it has never been known as a user-friendly environment. In fact, most criticism it receives comes from end-users who constantly struggle with it. But it doesn’t have to be this way. In reality, SharePoint allows a great deal of customization that people are just unaware of.
This will not be the first time when we bring up this point, but: migrating SharePoint to Office 365 on a corporate level is no easy task. We’ve already covered the topic of successful SharePoint migration providing you with a 5 steps roadmap on how to plan and execute the entire process. We strongly recommend reading through the article in case this particular subject is somewhat new to you.
In this article we place SharePoint 2013 and Online side by side for comparison. We will take a look at the most important differences between the two and weight all the pros and cons, so that you can make an informed decision for your business.
Any organization needs a document management system. As the company grows, so does the amount of information within it. The only problem is that the number of documents grows exponentially and very soon you can find yourself overflown by reports, Excel spreadsheets, PowerPoint presentations and other. At this point, your business needs a good system to keep order and to maintain all the libraries. There is a good chance that your organization already utilizes SharePoint as it is a great business management solution with rich functionality. If that is the case, then you might also use SharePoint as a document control system.
Last week we have started a discussion on the topic of configuration mistakes in SharePoint and what the correct course of actions to avoid making such mistakes is. If you haven’t read the previous article, then please follow the link here. Just to remind you, the reason for such topic is simple: SharePoint is a very complex and multifunctional system that can improve overall workflow at any company. But at the same time, its complexity is a double-edged sword, and it is not uncommon when organizations face troubles with SharePoint. Immediately they are starting with trying to fix the issue, not realizing that the bad seed was planted at the very beginning.
SharePoint is a useful and extremely functional platform for businesses. Its features and capabilities enable many organizations to deliver better results and improve overall workflow. At the same time, due to its complexity SharePoint can be confusing for users if used poorly. In our experience, many businesses set up this Microsoft platform and make errors on the very first step. As experts in that field we’ve decided to come up with a list of top 10 SharePoint configuration mistakes.
If you are thinking of utilizing a cloud-based solution in your organization, then you might find our article on Sharepoint features interesting.
You have probably heard of Microsoft’s cloud platform called Office 365. It’s an elegant solution for businesses to eliminate many troubles regarding the IT infrastructure like maintaining Exchange services or upgrading software licenses constantly. Now all of these is Microsoft’s job. But if you have decided to move onto Office 365, you will probably need to migrate your SharePoint environment. And here you might face some difficulties, as it is a long and tedious process that requires professional guidance.
New to SharePoint? Check out the Digital Design blog to learn about advanced column types in SharePoint. This article will help you utilize SharePoint columns more efficiently.
If your organization relies on SharePoint to run its business processes, you most surely have already noticed that working with SharePoint is challenging and requires some learning and preparation. We’re taking up the task to help you with learning SharePoint step by step. Let’s start with the basics!