Microsoft SharePoint is becoming a critical part of many organizations’ information management environment and, as such, must be managed properly and in accordance with corporate governance and compliance mandates that may be driven by particular industries, jurisdictions, legal precedent, corporate culture, and other factors. However, while SharePoint offers a range of important features and functions, there are a number of critical features that are not native to the product. These include real-time alerts; granular capture of content; contextual capture of content so that information can be presented with other relevant content; the provision of role-based reviewer workflow capabilities; the ability to tightly control user access to various types of SharePoint content; and the ability to create highly granular policies to meet specific organizational policy requirements. In short, SharePoint is a robust offering but cannot satisfy the full range of an organization’s corporate governance requirements. But there are ways to address these shortcomings.
Watch this webcast and Join Michael Osterman and Bill Tolson as they explore:
- What SharePoint does and does not do
- The consequences of failing to manage SharePoint properly
- Why you need additional policy control over SharePoint for regulatory compliance and legal defensibility
- The advantages of a more granular approach to SharePoint governance
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