Category: Governance

InfoSecurity study shows that two-thirds of SharePoint users have no security policy

In a study conducted by InfoSecurity-magazine and Emedia and sponsored by Boldon James results show that “shocking two-thirds of SharePoint-using companies in a recent survey have admitted to having ‘no active security policy’ in place for the application”. In the study they contacted a wide range of business from -25 users to +5000 users. Half of those …


Infographic of SharePoint Settings by level

The friendly people over at Collaboris shared an infographic on SharePoint settings by level. They released (as a newyears gift I suppose) this really nice chart that shows you all the settings you can make at each level: – farm – web application zone – web application – site collection – site This is crucial if …


Downloadable Content for SharePoint 2013

Content Type Hub limitations in SharePoint 2010

SharePoint 2010 Best Practices on Technet

Governance: when to create a subsite or new site collection diagram

A question customers ask when we do a new SharePoint implementation is when you choose to create a new site collection or a subsite. Here is a good diagram!


Book review: Practical SharePoint 2010 Information Architecture by Ruven Gotz

The new book “Practical SharePoint 2010 Information Architecture” by Ruven Gotz is now for sale. The book, by Apress want to give “Proven tools and techniques for architecting successful SharePoint 2010 deployments”.

The book is clearly written from a very practical standpoint (what Ruven has learned all the years he has worked with SharePoint) and is not a deepdive in taxonomy, ontology, ux, .. And it contains a lot of usefull information.


MIKE 2.0: Open Source standard for Information Management

Governance Panel at SHARE 2012

This SHARE 2012 Governance panel explores the importance of SharePoint Governance within an organization and dive into real world scenarios that the panelists have seen on their journeys within SharePoint projects from both a consultancy and employee perspective.


Use a RACI matrix to list roles and responsabilities for your Governance Plan

A popular way to visualize the roles and responsibilities for your governance plan is using a RACI matrix, also known as a “Linear Responsibility chart” or “Responsibility assignment matrix”.