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SharePoint Governance for the End User Community - Webinar

  • ID: 3783669
  • Webinar
  • 75 Minutes
  • Online Compliance Panel
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Many organizations are moving to SharePoint 2013 and SharePoint Online (Office365) to enable collaboration and information sharing. However, many are not sure what the boundaries are. What documents should and shouldn't be kept in SharePoint? How long should they be kept? When should Excel workbooks used for maintaining shared information be converted to SharePoint lists? Who should have access to what and why? These questions, and so many more, can be answered by well-crafted governance. While there are some issues that can and should be resolved in technical governance,' Many issues need to be addressed by the end-user community.

Objectives of the Presentation
  • Understanding the architecture of SharePoint from the business process standpoint
  • How governance should be structured to address your business processes and goals
  • How to define and assign roles
  • What should be addressed to prevent site sprawl and runaway permissions
  • When should governance change and who should call the shots
  • How to get buy in and participation in your SharePoint rollout with good governance
Why Should You Attend?

This session is appropriate for anyone who has input into how information should be protected, accessed, and distributed. While IT may be the gatekeepers of SharePoint technology, its structure and usage should be driven by business need. If you have a say in this realm, this program is for you. Anyone from administrative profession who have been granted subsite owner/site champion roles to managers and executives who will be calling the shots about who gets what and how must attend this session.

Areas Covered
  • Creating a governance structure
  • Structuring roles and attaching accountability
  • Achieving balance between controlling access and facilitating collaboration
  • Deciding upon the various approaches to taxonomy and why it's important
  • Implementing awareness programs and end-user engagement strategies
  • Mapping business processes to uncover opportunities for improvement
NOTE: The course will be delivered using SharePoint Online in its most current version. However, the program will be applicable to all versions from 2010 forward, both on premise and online implementations.
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- Creating a governance structure
- Structuring roles and attaching accountability
- Achieving balance between controlling access and facilitating collaboration
- Deciding upon the various approaches to taxonomy and why it's important
- Implementing awareness programs and end-user engagement strategies
- Mapping business processes to uncover opportunities for improvement
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  • Business Unit Leads
  • Managers
  • Supervisors
  • Data Analysts
  • Information Security Professionals
  • CIO
  • Access Administration
  • Administrative Assistant
  • Administrative Manager
  • Site Owner
  • Site Champion
  • Sharepoint Administrator
  • Subsite Owner
  • Site Administrator
  • Subsite Champion
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