SharePoint Governance - Part 1

Let's talk about SharePoint governance - while it's not a sexy topic, governance is a vital part of the implementation process that many businesses ignore. Hamish Denston from Provoke Solutions explains what governance is in Part 1 of this two part series on the topic. Added here from the Provoke blog with their permission.

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The differences between OneDrive, OneDrive Business & SharePoint

I talk to people everyday about the virtues of Office 365 and in particular the SharePoint platform. The members of our team have been working with SharePoint for years, both as end users and developers. We've seen the great things, and some things not so great so I feel that we can objectively provide opinions on the matter. Of course, you need to know that all of our products are built around SharePoint do while trying to be objective I probably will tip towards the positives.

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'SharePoint is old & stodgy'

I read an article on Inc today. It was the story of Aaron Levie, the young founder of Box. He's been named entrepreneur of the year in the US. And rightly so. He's built a massive business in a very short time with his cloud storage and collaboration software. Box employs 900 staff and is valued around the $1.2 billion mark!

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Map a Network Drive to SharePoint Online

Using SharePoint (and SuiteFiles) as your online document repository is a great option. It integrates seamlessly with your Office documents and the new version of Office 2013 has the best integration yet. This means that you can open a document saved in SharePoint directly from Word. And if you create a new document you can save it directly to SharePoint. All this functionality is built into the Office suite.

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