Is your SharePoint content efficient or inefficient?

More is not always better, especially when it comes to content in a SharePoint portal. There are various reasons to keep your content ‘clean’ – workplace efficiencies, legal, search, and trust as just a few.
This session will show how to keep your content clean by using out of box functionality such as metadata/content types, versioning, archiving, audiences and the SharePoint profile.

This session was delivered at the Collab365 Summit 2016 and was presented by Jeffrey Travis.

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- Over eighteen years’ experience designing, developing and implementing both intranet and extranet portals with a focus on knowledge/content management with the last 7 years exclusively utilizing SharePoint. Interacting heavily with non-technical business users, I have to promote how they can develop 'no-code' solutions so each day is an opportunity to evangelize SharePoint for what it can do to fulfill business needs. Due to this, I am a generalist rather than specialist but still maintain a concentration on knowledge management.

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