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Best practices for improving document management in SharePoint
Create an organized knowledge repository to manage the entire document lifecycle – from creation to retention and eventual deletion.
Easily locate and manage documents and reduce compliance infractions with the ability to automatically classify content upon creation.
Break down data silos by seamlessly integrating content from legacy platforms across all departments.
Freely choose how, where, and with whom to collaborate – from personal devices, in remote locations, and with external users – all while keeping sensitive digital assets secure.
Easily manage document access permissions, monitor and report on document usage, and automate document lifecycle management.
Ensure business continuity and 24/7 fault tolerance. Protect business-critical content with full-fidelity backup that captures all metadata and security settings in case of accidental or malicious deletions and modiﬁcations.
Give your users a simpliﬁed search experience across diﬀerent platforms with the ability to save search criteria and results for future use.
Improve eﬃciency by allowing users to create shared workspaces while ensuing it aligns with your governance policy.
Comply with internal or regulatory requirements by automating document storage/archival policy enforcement according to deﬁned storage and retention polices. Minimize storage costs and compliance risks by ensuring dated content outside of the necessary retention period is permanently removed.