SharePoint audience targeting has been revamped and renewed, and it’s back! First I’ll tell you how it works, then for those of you who have been using SharePoint for years and remember the old way, I’ll tell you how it’s different. First of all, as of right now, December 2019, there is no audience targeting […]Continue Reading
SharePoint Sites versus Webs This is a post I wrote long ago for my previous blog. I’ve been asked what the difference is between Site and Web; here I’m going to tackle that question head on! First and foremost, Microsoft didn’t make the differentiation of these two easy to follow as they use the terms […]Continue Reading
[toc] Recently, while working with a client, I noticed they had purchased a 3rd party web part to redirect users from one location to another. There are other posts that describe a simple, out of box, solution; however, I wanted to include it here for my readers and clients. There isn’t any need to write […]Continue Reading
This article is the third in a series of ten that will help you better understand the 10 key elements of Enterprise Information Architecture. To read the previous articles and the complete table of contents in this series, please click here. Presenting Information The manner in which information is presented can dramatically improve its value. […]Continue Reading
This article is the second in a series of ten that will help you better understand the 10 key elements of Enterprise Information Architecture. To read the first article and the complete table of contents in this series, please click here. Understanding Information Understanding information is the most important aspect of Information Architecture. Before we […]Continue Reading
Staying in alignment with my 10 Key Elements of Enterprise Information Architecture, this article will describe a common categorization and grouping mistake I see on a regular basis. With regards to content categorization and grouping, a common mistake I see is storing and managing all documents of similar type, across ownership boundaries, in to a […]Continue Reading
This article is the first in a series of ten that will help you better understand the 10 key elements of Enterprise Information Architecture (#IA).
Information Architecture consists of many techniques and principals that are required to ultimately add value to day-to-day business operations. When we look at everything involved with Information Architecture, it can be overwhelming and complex. For these reasons, I have broken down Information Architecture in to the following 10 Key Elements. These are by no means all inclusive but what can be considered the most important.Continue Reading