Our “Top Articles from AvePoint Experts in 2013” continues today with more advice, considerations, and best practices from our team. The series compiles articles from throughout 2013 written by our subject matter experts on some of the most important enterprise collaboration topics. So far we’ve already shared articles on the topics of compliance and governance.
For this edition, we focus on the topic of infrastructure management. Read excerpts from articles published this year on the topic and follow the links for more. To learn how AvePoint’s fully integrated data protection, storage, and management solutions centrally manage enterprise content with control, be sure to visit our website for more information.
SharePoint Infrastructure Management: The Cost of Doing Business
By John Hodges, AvePoint Vice President of Global Account Product Management
A recent survey commissioned by AvePoint EMEA asked more than 700 IT professionals across various industries about their primary use of Microsoft SharePoint, and collaboration led the pack.
At nearly every company you will find at least one employee who owes some amount of personal success to SharePoint’s collaboration workload. A friend of mine working at a major financial institution indicated that he believes he owes his current title to the visibility his project received using SharePoint’s native features. To read more of this article, please visit our AIIM expert blog.
Ensuring Compliance as Part of an Infrastructure Optimization Initiative
By Dana Simberkoff, AvePoint Vice President of Risk Management & Compliance
In 2013 and for the foreseeable future, enterprise organizations are facing dramatic cuts in their budgets, yet still being help to as high a standard as ever for performance and service. At the same time, they face unprecedented challenges in an ever-changing regulatory and hyper-competitive environment. Against the backdrop of drastic industry-wide cost cuts that are leading to infrastructure consolidation mandates – and the disruptive technology trends of Bring Your Own Device (BYOD), enterprise social, private cloud, and big data access – IT organizations must focus on providing the right level of infrastructure and strategic systems to enable businesses to be self-sustaining. To read more of this article, please visit our AIIM expert blog.