Category Archives for "SharePoint"

How to manage third-party risk with SharePoint

How to manage third-party risk with SharePointSharePoint has long been used as a tool to collaborate and communicate with external third-parties. It’s document management tools make it particularly well suited to co-working on many types of project. It’s flexible permissions, and self contained site structure model lends itself neatly to creating easy to use project […]

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Security Management in SharePoint Groups, Permissions and Users

Security Management in SharePoint Groups, Permissions and UsersSharePoint GroupsSharePoint Groups are used to group SharePoint users together to make the administration and maintenance of security in SharePoint easier. By security we are specifically referring to the types of things a user needs can do on ‘things’ in SharePoint, such as :Document / List ItemLibrarySiteSite CollectionPermissionsTo […]

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What are your favourite SharePoint 2013 Features?

Private: What are your favourite SharePoint 2013 Features?SharePoint 2013 has shipped and it’s now main stream. We’d love to hear what your favourite 2013 features are, so please add them! Also vote up the killer ones and why not embed the list to see if we can make it one awesome resource! Favourite SharePoint 2013 features?

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SharePoint Survey Results Analysis

SharePoint Survey Results AnalysisThere are a few options once you are ready and would like to analyse the SharePoint Survey Results, 3 views are available to you “out of the box” and also the option export to spreadsheet. Below we will discuss the various options available to you to analyse the SharePoint Survey Results you have worked hard to collect! […]

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