Category Archives for "SharePoint"

Regulatory Compliance – Workflow

Regulatory Compliance – WorkflowSharePoint Workflow allows a set of activities to process in either sequential or parallel, more often than not, one or more of those activities involves human intervention such as ‘approve a document’, or ‘complete a task’ and so on. This in itself goes a long way to ensure regulatory compliance because the right information is […]

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How does DocRead differ from Workflow?

How does DocRead differ from Workflow?DocRead for SharePoint is the only policy management software that integrates straight into SharePoint and allows compliance professionals to distribute and track their policies and procedures. We often get asked – why do we need DocRead when we can do it in a workflow? Here’s how DocRead differs from a workflow engine […]

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Debbie Irelands Top 10 tips for being more productive with SharePoint

Debbie Irelands Top 10 tips for being more productive with SharePointDebbie Ireland carried out an awesome session yesterday, her tips are as follows : Encourage Collaboration – Use SharePoint for wikis and discussions. Organise you data – External Lists, Metadata, Views. Display Key Information – Web Parts – use external web parts (for things like FB, […]

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Upgrading SharePoint Content Types

Upgrading SharePoint Content TypesIntroduction Well it’s now Saturday afternoon and the family have been out shopping all day, so I have taken the opportunity to conduct some tests that I had been meaning to do for a long time now (geek I hear you say). I wanted to find specifically what happens if you want […]

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