As organizations look to migrate to SharePoint or consider upgrading to a newer version of SharePoint, we recommend that you look at the current environment, structure and how information is organized.Read More
So much is changing. Why not change to automated governance as well?
Disruptors – they’re a favorite of the technology industry. Disruptors drive change and ignite innovation. They cause people to look at problems from new angles and formulate solutions they might not have otherwise considered.Read More
We are seeing huge growth in the adoption of Microsoft Teams. Unfortunately, many organizations have had to accelerate their deployment of Microsoft Teams in order to support teleworkers without the luxury of planning and strategizing on how to best roll it out.Read More
Thinking about moving to SharePoint Online? Here’s some governance tips to consider when making the switch.
With change and instability serving temporarily as our procedures du jour and employees flung far and wide, now may be the ideal time to start considering a migration to SharePoint Online. It’s a big step that requires a lot of planning to get the maximum benefit. But if/when you do start down this path, perhaps the most critical component to ensure long-term success is governance planning.Read More
Data Privacy continues to be a top priority for I.T. and executive management. As the security landscape changes and becomes more complex, it’s no surprise that organizations are looking to experts like Kiefer and Microsoft to ensure that their data security strategy and data privacy policies will protect the organization and their clients/constituents.Read More
Ok…my bad. My title is a little misleading…
Anyone who’s ever been involved in developing and implementing a SharePoint solution to support a public-facing website, or Intranet/Collaboration sites, or a custom application, probably has never made the statement that “Governance is Fun”. Developing a Governance Plan and implementing the policies and procedures to actively manage your SharePoint environments and solutions is hard work, but it is absolutely necessary work to ensure success and adoption of your SharePoint solutions.