Category Archives for "SharePoint"

Regulatory Compliance – Information Management Policies

Regulatory Compliance – Information Management Policies Information Management Policies in SharePoint in my experience, are not used that heavily, but are an extremely easy way to apply policies to your documents. They are accessible from ‘Library Settings’ and are configurable per content type. For example, this means that all ‘documents’ in the library will have the policy applied. […]

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How to migrate DocRead from SharePoint 2010 to SharePoint 2013

How to migrate DocRead from SharePoint 2010 to SharePoint 2013If you are considering migrating your SharePoint Farm to SharePoint 2013 (from SharePoint 2010) 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 licensing. Preparing your SharePoint 2013 […]

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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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