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Data sharing and access are capabilities businesses and organizations require the most these days. Remote working and mobile access to resources and collaboration platforms made it easier to access data and resources from anywhere, anytime. Employees want to access documents and email from different devices, and from various locations at a time. This might result in data loss and overexposure of critical data. Microsoft SharePoint and OneDrive are solutions that are providing the best security features and configuration options to avoid these security risks effortlessly. You can control data access in SharePoint and OneDrive by setting up a location-based policy. Want to control access to SharePoint Online and OneDrive? Let us tell you more about how to define a location-based policy to control data access in SharePoint and OneDrive.
OneDrive is a very innovative files app businesses are using widely across the globe. The features and capabilities of OneDrive make it unique and highly beneficial in managing files. OneDrive is popular for its ability to give users the exceptional capability to manage files both online and offline. It can provide you with outstanding remote/mobile work productivity and makes sharing much easier and effortless. Both internal and external sharing is simplified and secured to a large extent in this files app. In this blog, we will tell you how to deploy and configure OneDrive effectively.
List and Library in Microsoft SharePoint come with different characteristics and capabilities. They make it easier for users to store, access and manage data effectively. Lists can include a wide variety of items such as photos, links, users, dates, and many more items. Document libraries get created and added to a SharePoint Site automatically when it is created but Lists are not created by default. You can create and add lists whenever you require.
When you are trying to digitally transform your business, document management and storage will turn into critical processes. Compared to the old method of storing all documents and files on your hard disk, Microsoft OneDrive’s cloud storage facilities are offering exceptional benefits for users. With OneDrive you can keep all your files securely in cloud storage so that you can access them from multiple locations, any time you wish. This makes knowing how to deploy OneDrive for business significant. In this blog post, we are about to talk about what enterprises should know about deploying OneDrive. Knowing its unique features and capabilities will surely help your organization to utilize the solution well. It will be a good OneDrive user guide for businesses.
For businesses and organizations, collaborating with people outside the organization is as important as they with their people within the organization. However, security is a big concern when it comes to external sharing and collaboration. We have done a blog earlier talking about ‘How to configure organization-level sharing settings for SharePoint’. Today, we are going to talk about 8 ways to make your Microsoft 365 guest sharing environment safe. Like in the case of external sharing, you need to ensure the best sharing environment to allow guests access to files and folders safely. You are about to know some critical information about guest sharing in Microsoft 365. Let us go straight to different ways in which you can give shape to a safe guest sharing environment in Microsoft 365.
Microsoft SharePoint is a wonderful platform that lets people work together seamlessly. It can create and manage portals, sites, and documents in the most favorable ways in which users can collaborate and produce great results. Document co-authoring is a much popular and useful facility offered by SharePoint and people use it in all kinds of ways to get work done with ease. Understanding the basics as well as exceptions in Document Co-authoring in SharePoint is important to make the most of this wonderful capability. We have answers for the top 10 questions about document co-authoring in SharePoint. Let us unfold those questions for you to work with added productivity from now.
As you're probably aware, SharePoint is one of the best tools on the market for document storage and management. Sharing documents in SharePoint Online is incredibly easy. Sharing documents with third parties is a little bit more complicated. How can you manage external sharing in SharePoint Online safely? To answer that, we wrote this basic guide that should walk you through what to do. Let's take a look at managing external sharing in SharePoint Online.
SharePoint Online is one of the best tools around for storing, managing, and accessing documents. If offers a wide range of options for organizing your files to suit your needs. However, while there's a lot you can do, there are several things that you should consider when it comes to your document libraries. So, to help you out, we put together a list of 7 tips that you can use for managing your document libraries in SharePoint Online.
One question that we run into time and time again is people asking what is the difference between a document management system and a contract management system. While the two perform similar functions, they each have a different purpose and have specifics to their functions that make them distinct. While you might think that you can get by with using a document management system to manage contracts, it won't ever be as effective as using a dedicated contract management system. Likewise, storing normal documents in a contract management system would have you losing out on a lot of the power and versatility of a DMS. Thankfully, we know the difference and we want to make sure you do to. Read on to learn the differences between a DMS and a CMS.