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SharePoint is a great tool for keeping your organization fluid and effective. By building a corporate intranet on SharePoint, you can ensure that your organization is agile and connected. In the 17 years of working with SharePoint intranet, we've found that it does a great job of engaging employees and helping them be more productive. Of course, you need to have a good handle on managing your SharePoint intranet for this to be the case. Let's take a look at 6 things you can do to better manage your SharePoint intranet.
One question we often get asked here at Dock 365 is "why does my company need an intranet?" It's a simple question with a massive answer. There is no one reason why a company should adopt an intranet portal software. Instead, there are a myriad of reasons that may have more bearing depending on your business and what it needs specifically.
For many companies, the choice between what document management platforms they use comes down between Google Drive and SharePoint. These are the two top services around, and each has options that appeal to different sorts of businesses. Most people aren't aware of the differences between the two and aren't sure how to decide which one they should use. If you're unsure which to use, you should read this guide to figure out what works best for you.
If you're like me, you probably live your life around Microsoft Outlook. From there you're able to keep track of your emails, appointments, meetings, and tasks to keep your day organized. Outlook has a ton of capabilities beneath the surface that can help users do so much more than they thought.
Competition is a reality of business. In order to stay ahead of the competition, you need to make sure that you are using the best resources and solutions available. Are you finding it difficult to scope out the most cutting-edge resources to run your business successfully?
SharePoint consists of a great pool of features and facilities. You may not need all these features frequently but at some point, each of these features can help you do things more efficiently. Document management is one area SharePoint has been doing well for a long time. One of the first steps you need to take in order to get control of the SharePoint Document Management process is to learn how to create a Document Library in SharePoint.
Today, we are presenting you with some cool information about the Document ID feature in SharePoint. Organizations and companies have used this feature for a long time to track and find documents in SharePoint. Here are 4 super tips to configure unique document IDs in SharePoint, and techniques to make the most out of it.
SharePoint is offering plenty of powerful features to users for accomplishing various objectives. When approaching SharePoint with a project management perspective, you will see that there is more than enough potential left in this platform to help you achieve more. Let’s discuss more on utilizing the built-in features of SharePoint for a project management tool and manage tasks exceptionally.
You can perform all necessary project management requirements such as tracking progress, handling documents in different versions, and most importantly, keeping deadlines.
SharePoint is exceptional in document management system. The platform not only delivers a friendly and fantastic user experience, but it also enhances the efficiency of the way people manage and access content. Microsoft has always provided promising updates to keep SharePoint top as the best platform for content management system. We would like to enlighten you about a few new capabilities of SharePoint that assure enhanced user experience for content management system.