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SharePoint Business Solution Deployment: Develop

chrispeters Applications, Blog, Business Application Services, SharePoint

Major Deployment Phases   In this third article we’ll dive deeper into the DEVELOP phase of SharePoint Business Solution Deployment. DEVELOP – Once the design has been finalized and approved, we can get started on the actual development of the SharePoint solution. During the develop phase, the solution team will provision the SharePoint environments, features and components necessary to meet …

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Phased Approach to SharePoint Business Solution Deployment – DESIGN

chrispeters Applications, Blog, SharePoint

MAJOR DEPLOYMENT PHASES In this second article we’ll dive deeper in to the DESIGN phase as we cover each of the other phases in future articles in this series. The DEFINE phase was covered in our last post that you can reference here. 2. DESIGN – The initial design of the SharePoint solution can be created once the project has …

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Applying a Phased Approach to Ensure Better SharePoint Business Solution Deployment

chrispeters Applications, Blog

Following the first article in this series, we’ll now dive deeper in to the DEFINE phase and then cover each of the other phases in separate articles in this six-part SharePoint series.  Below is a brief description of each solution deployment phase. 1. DEFINE – The Define phase helps to set the stage for successful solution delivery by outlining the steps necessary to better …

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Better SharePoint Business Solution Deployment

chrispeters Applications, Blog, SharePoint

Why do we need a phased approach to rolling out SharePoint business solutions? SharePoint offers businesses an excellent opportunity to leverage out the box features to accomplish a variety of business functions from team member collaboration, document management and information sharing to automated project task tracking and issue management and just about everything in between. Unfortunately, the most common challenges …

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To Use Folders or Not to Use Folders – That is the SharePoint Question

andrea Applications

The project sponsor says “We are migrating to SharePoint 2013 because we want to use metadata and content types instead of folders to resolve our content issues.”   This is a valid project requirement, particularly for companies migrating from an old intranet platform or file shares.  But what do you need to consider in answering the question of using metadata versus …