Category Archives for "SharePoint"

SharePoint Survey Permissions Explained

SharePoint Survey Permissions Explained SharePoint Permissions can be complex at the best of times. After all, we have constructs like inheritance, group / user permissions, permission levels and so on. This post will attempt to tackle some of the security questions that you may have asked when dealing specifically with SharePoint Survey security and permissions. We […]

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10 Steps for Implementing Successful SOPs with SharePoint

10 Steps for Implementing Successful SOPs with SharePointStandard Operation procedures (SOPs) are key in many industries to keeping a company moving and sometimes more importantly, compliant with the vast array of regulations, legislations, and Laws. Bespoke SOP Compliance software can be used to help you manage the process, however you can also manage your SOP’s […]

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How to migrate DocRead from SharePoint 2013 to SharePoint 2016

Note: The information in this post relates to DocRead for on-premises SharePoint only. If you are considering migrating your SharePoint 2013 Farm to SharePoint 2016 then please read through this article for steps on how to achieve this. Before proceeding, it’s important that you read ‘migrating between editions‘ to understand how this effects your DocRead and DocSurvey licensing.Preparing your […]

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4 New Developer Features in SharePoint 2013

4 New Developer Features in SharePoint 2013Read about 4 new features introduced in SharePoint 2013 at last night’s launch event. Remote Event Receivers These are massively useful! By registering a remote end-point you can now call either a one-way or two-way event receiver. Visual Studio helps set this all up by creating the stub event code […]

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Benefits of using SharePoint to manage your policies and procedures

Benefits of using SharePoint to manage your policies and proceduresHere is a list of fifteen advantages SharePoint has over a non-SharePoint 3rd party solution when managing your policies and procedures.  Document ManagementManaging the life-cycle of a policy is a big challenge. Document Management is SharePoint’s biggest strength. Using in-built features such as version management, publishing […]

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