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Delve: Reaching Deep

Posted on September 24, 2015 by Ken Cooper

With the advent of cloud and SaaS applications, Microsoft has been updating software and putting out new applications in record speed. One application that might go unnoticed is Delve. By the very definition of the word “reach inside a receptacle and search for something”. Powered by Office Graph, Office graph is like a gopher digs through personal content as well as content that pertains to you via shared content and user interactions. read More

What is OneDrive for Business

Posted on August 08, 2015 by Viji Anbumani

At the core, OneDrive for Business has the following offerings

  • Cloud storage of files which can be accessed across multiple devices. The files can also be shared with users within organization or external users. OneDrive for Business cloud storage is available as part of Office 365 subscription or can be purchased as a separate solution.

  • Sync tool for syncing the files to computer, for offline access when we are not connected to network. Sync tool can be used to synchronize OneDrive for Business files and any SharePoint 2013 Team Site libraries  read More

Organic integration of Outlook and SharePoint

Posted on July 17, 2015 by Viji Anbumani

Productivity boost for Information workers can be achieved when users are not required to leave their Outlook environment to interact with SharePoint. The most common use case for this scenario will allow saving and copying Emails from Outlook to SharePoint, so Emails can be managed as records and ILM policies can be applied. read More

Lessons in Document Management – From a SharePoint Perspective (Using the Drop Off Library)

Posted on February 11, 2014 by Ken Cooper

We are going to tackle the issue of getting the documents to the correct spot. Without putting documents into the correct location users have a hard time trying to find work that has already been done or the correct version. Nobody wants the filing job; the job of figuring out and putting documents into the proper location. Awww I can hear but want about searching Google does it. , ... read More

Lessons in Document Management – From a SharePoint Perspective (Content Types)

Posted on February 7, 2014 by Ken Cooper

MedCorp is a fictitious corporation that specializes in producing medical journals. Independent writers submit their journals to a designated location. Before the journal were submitted via email, but with growing document sizes and increasing number of documents has become difficult to manage. MedCorp looks at SharePoint as a solution to their document management problems. , ... read More

Risk Management Solution for Basel III Implementation

Posted on August 20, 2013 by Viji Anbumani

Basel III regulations are aimed to create a stable financial institutions. The standards are developed to strengthen the capital and liquid rules, enhanced minimum capital requirements, supervision and risk management of banking sector. These measures are expected to improve banking sector's ability to absorb shocks from financial stress and strengthen banks' transparency disclosures ...read More

SharePoint as Legal Document Management System

Posted on August 19, 2013 by Viji Anbumani

For managing contents legal departments and law firms have options like OpenText eDocs, HP/Autonomy iManage and SharePoint. Organizations had reservations to choose SharePoint as legal DMS system to provide total solution. Microsoft provides a horizontal infrastructure platform with SharePoint and relies on partners to complete the eco system of requirements for Legal Document Management System , ... read More

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