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Organizations and businesses use a lot of techniques and methods to keep their employees engaged and connected. Conducting a survey is always an effective way to get to know the opinion of a group of people or users. By knowing the opinion/likes of the majority, you can make smart decisions and ensure better employee engagement too. We have done a blog earlier which shows how to create employee engagement surveys in SharePoint. Another advantage is that if you already have a Microsoft 365 subscription, you do not have to look for another survey software solution provider to streamline your surveys. In this blog, we will tell you what Microsoft SharePoint Surveys Does and How to Use them Wisely. You can also learn how to create a survey in SharePoint Online.
Microsoft Lists made a lot of processes easier for workforces and teams working from the office as well as remotely. In one of our recent blogs, we explained what changes Microsoft Lists is offering compared to the older SharePoint Lists. In this blog post, we will tell you how to create a list in Microsoft Lists. There are multiple options to create a list. Let us discuss all the options so that you can decide which one is perfect for your requirement and get it done easily.
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.
What is your opinion about Microsoft SharePoint or Office 365 as a whole? We do not doubt that these services and products are fantastic when it comes to quality and the capabilities they are offering. They are unmatched and out of the world in many areas. Microsoft’s security features, updates, and features are exceptional. However, as with most products or technologies, there are some limits or border lines for these services too. They are not drawbacks for sure but having a proper understanding of these limitations or restraints will help you to avoid unnecessary issues and problems in a long time to come. We are about to discuss the Limits and Boundaries of SharePoint Online you should know and how to overcome them with some easy precautions and intelligent practices. Let us get started.
If there is one SharePoint concept that people ask us about the most it's workflows. When it comes to workflows in SharePoint Online, most people aren't sure what they are or how to use them. We've already written about how to create basic workflows, but we wanted to provide a more in-depth explanation of what they are and how they work. That said, let's take a look at workflows in SharePoint Online and how you can get started using them.
Organizations and businesses around the globe are using cloud facilities so aggressively these days to get work done efficiently. The advantages cloud technology is offering to workforces is too big that no one can resist adopting these technologies very long. Microsoft 365 and SharePoint Online are great services that are very successful in delivering businesses the power of the cloud quickly and in the simplest way possible. When it comes to the safety of these cloud services Microsoft solutions are one step ahead always. There are plenty of security features and settings made available to assure the best security for your organization’s data and activities. In this post, we are going to tell you about 5 proven ways to manage SharePoint Online Security. These are also SharePoint Online security best practices and essentials.
As people started to work from different devices and locations, it is now very important to assure account security. Access from multiple locations/devices demands login from more places and handling all these sign-ins without any security compromises is an important aspect. Idle Session Sign-Out can help you protect your data even when you require to access SharePoint and OneDrive accounts from unmanaged devices. In this blog post, we will tell you about how to force sign out Office 365.
Sharing content and resources with people is an important capability every organization needs to have, organizations often adopt the services of a DMS to manage their documents. Uninterrupted sharing and collaboration can assure outstanding productivity and efficient workflows. Microsoft SharePoint is loaded with plenty of sharing and collaboration features. Understanding how to share files between users with those features and knowing how to use them in each scenario is important to achieve good results. We are trying to present you with 5 best practices to Share Files and Folders with Unauthenticated Users in SharePoint. An effective DMS will be able to manage and control who sees what in an organizational environment.
We've all been there. You log into SharePoint at the start of the day and you see the dreaded phrase: "Running out of space." Now for some this might be somewhat worrying, but it doesn't have to be. It's easy to free up space in SharePoint Online. Just follow the tips below and you'll never have to worry about SharePoint storage again.