We often hear from customers that are interested in using SharePoint to automate workflows. Not only can it be done, it can be done several ways. This blog will help you better understand how to automate workflows using SharePoint and the tools that you might consider.Read More
Total litigation costs of the Fortune 500 is about $210 billion according to survey conducted by metrocorpcounsel.com.
Growing risk of Information theft and the ever changing business environment has increased litigation cases significantly.Read More
One of the problems with SharePoint is that, for many of its users, there’s a day when it “just appears.” IT is tasked with rolling out this technology and users of business units are tasked with moving documents into one of their team’s document libraries and suddenly start working on documents from within that library.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.
At the time Microsoft began their marketing momentum for SharePoint 2013, it also announced the end of InfoPath was on the horizon. Since then, organizations who have invested funding into the use of InfoPath’s form tools have been searching for tools to both replace and enhance InfoPath functionality. In the third-party market, there are robust forms tools available for purchase that address the need for organizations of all sizes to review in order to understand whether they meet the needs of their organizational goals for providing forms tools with business process automation.Read More