Here’s how I applied the five stages of project management to our SharePoint journey.
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SharePoint can help improve the efficiency of your office and serve as your one-stop shop for all of your project management needs.
This blog is an excerpt from our recent Industry Perspective, “Securing Your Data in the Cloud.” To download the entire brief, click here. When we think of data breaches, we might picture a TV plotline on shows like “Quantico” or real-life examples like Edward Snowden – where someone intentionally exposes sensitive information. But the realityRead… Read more »
When I walked into a breakout session titled “SharePoint: Best Practices,” at the 2015 Next Generation of Government Summit, I’m pretty sure I was the only person in the room who had no idea what SharePoint even was. But the Department of Defense’s Gary Cage and Christine Frost, alongside the FDIC’s Russell Maltempo gave meRead… Read more »
SharePoint can be a great collaboration tool for government teams. Its familiar Windows interface makes it intuitive for many users, and it provides a lot more functionality than a file on a shared drive. So if you’re thinking about, or in the process of, setting up a site, here are nine tips for implementing SharePointRead… Read more »
If your agency isn’t currently deploying Platform-as-a-Service, it’s a safe bet it will be soon. That’s because PaaS is projected to grow at a compound annual rate of 41 percent through 2016, according to Market Monitor. The civil side of the federal government expects to spend $643 million on PaaS next year. The investment representsRead… Read more »
Have you seen the recent RFP opportunity in City of Oakland? Please check it out the website http://www2.oaklandnet.com/oakca1/groups/contracting/documents/webcontent/oak044625.pdf
In both my private- and public-sector careers, I’ve been heavy SharePoint user. I really took it to the next level when I ran about a 20-person contract team at DHS. Basic things like Action Items And Issues Tracking were handled via SharePoint. On the more advanced end, we created a Project Dashboard with different healthRead… Read more »
Sharepoint is a plague upon the American workforce. This ubiquitous piece of collaboration software has taught millions of people that Intranets are destined to be places where you can’t find anything. It doesn’t have to be this way, despite what Microsoft may have you believe. There are alternatives to Sharepoint that actually work in waysRead… Read more »
One of the more potent applications in both Office 365 and Google Apps is their intranet application. Microsoft’s offers TeamSite ─ hosted SharePoint; and Google’s, typical of their imaginative naming conventions ─ “Sites”. These apps differ fundamentally from standard web development environments in two ways. 1) In addition to text and graphics, SharePoint and SitesRead… Read more »