Social media networks have had a significant impact on how people connect and share information, and more and more businesses are looking for ways to incorporate that kind of conversational, small group networking into their organizations. For organizations using Office 365, Microsoft is offering their business-focused social media network Yammer as a way to make enterprise social work for your organization.
One of our areas of expertise lies in the ability to effectively customize, develop, integrate, and use the Microsoft SharePoint application in order to help our clients streamline communication while better managing their communities. This includes everything from custom development and creative design to portal administration and communications strategy.
Displaying list data or library documents on a SharePoint page is a common task, and allows your end users to see slices of content that you have customized for a specific purpose. For example, you may display filtered views of communication resources from a document library and communication events from a calendar list.
Workflows are one of the key components for automating and streamlining business processes. Since SharePoint 2007, there have been a wide variety of workflow options. This article aims to provide a brief overview of the evolution of workflows in SharePoint and guidance on determining the best fit for accomplishing tasks.
Microsoft SharePoint is an excellent tool for improving team collaboration within an organization. It has a large number of built-in tools for managing documents, calendars, contact lists and tasks. However, many people don’t realize that SharePoint can also be used to manage content on the site that may seem like it could only be maintained by a web designer.
SharePoint is a content management and collaboration tool that has become a standard in a variety of business processes. According to a report by the Association for Information and Image Management (AIIM), the tool is used by nearly half of Fortune 500 companies and a quarter of their employees. The benefits that the tool has to offer are numerous. In addition to content management and collaboration, organizations can enjoy at-will reporting, centralized administration, and site and user management. However, like any tool with business applications, SharePoint does not cover every possible scenario.
As SharePoint consultants and developers, there are a number of things to think about when designing or redesigning your SharePoint site. Below is a list of 10 things you should know about SharePoint design that could save you time and frustration.
1. Properly-branded SharePoint sites have 3 core components