For SharePoint Online – Discover the features in SharePoint Online that help organize sites, information and audiences
When you start creating sites in your new SharePoint Online environment, it is important to understand the features available to help your users navigate the sites they have access to.
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Microsoft .NET Framework is a well-established mature Framework behind many enterprise applications that we use on a daily basis. With the introduction of Microsoft .NET Core in 2016, have you ever wondered what will happen to applications currently on .NET Framework? This article is exactly what you are looking for.
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For SharePoint Online
Beginning a SharePoint Migration project can be a daunting undertaking. Do you start with a site design or you design the sites as you go? Unfortunately – it often usually requires a mix of both. This post aims to help you create an iterative plan for migrating content to SharePoint Online.
Read More Creating a SharePoint Migration Plan (Part 1 of 2)
The following three part blog provides a comprehensive description of the concepts concerning “Data Management” specifically and a “Capability” in general within the context of a framework comprised of ten (10) data management functions. The Data Management functions defined within this blog come from the writings of The Data Management Association (DAMA – www.dama.com) and its Data Management Body of Knowledge (DMBOK v.1). The Data Management Body of Knowledge is a respected publication which attempts to formulate the concept of managing a corporate’s data as an asset. The DAMA DMBOK v.1 is the basis for the terminology used to define the ten (10) data management functions.
The framework developed in writing this blog is a concept introduced by Estrada Consulting, Inc. and the author of this blog. The framework which defines the ten (10) data management functions is used throughout this blog and is intended to allow the reader to overlay each framework diagram representing the people, tools and processes necessary to enable the data management functions.
Part 1 of this three part blog will define the Data Management framework in general with the ten (10) Data Management functions and then incorporate other elements necessary to enable Data Management as a “Capability”. The framework presented in Part 1 will be leveraged in Part 2 to depict the exclusive roles (people), tools and processes involved in Data Management functions. Finally, Part 3 will describe in general what a minimal and optimal data management program may look like for your organization.
Read More Data Management Capability (Series)
Project Managers had a planning factor they used years ago indicating that team members who are located more than fifty feet from each other should be treated as remote teams.
Read More Management Control in a Remote Environment