SharePoint 2010 or 2013 Roles, Responsibilities & Support Policies from a SharePoint Consulting Perspective

Posted by EPC Group on Oct.10, 2012 9:30 am

Purpose

The purpose of this article is to share EPC Group’s consulting experience to standardize the nomenclature and define the responsibility of individuals who participate in SharePoint 2010/2013 projects, support and users of the overall SharePoint Enterprise Ecosystem. This is a great template to utilizes and keep in mind when thinking about your organization as a whole.

EPC Group’s goal for our clients is to develop a roadmap and “run-time” governance strategy for at least 36 months covering both SharePoint 2010 as well as SharePoint 2013 so that no gaps, major risks, or issues are left out of your organization’s SharePoint radar screen to ensure long-term success.

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Topics: Consulting From the Trenches Office 365 Roles and Responsibilities Office 365 Support SharePoint 2010 Sharepoint 2010 Consulting SharePoint 2013 Consulting SharePoint 2013 From the Consulting Trenches Sharepoint Administration SharePoint End User Adoption Sharepoint Roles and Responsibilties SharePoint Steering Committee Sharepoint Support

Office 365 and SharePoint 2013: Preparing for Governance

Posted by EPC Group on Jan.26, 2015 11:11 am

Office 365 and SharePoint 2013: Preparing for Governance

Office 365 and SharePoint 2013’s out-of-the-box core end-user features, such as lists and libraries as well as apps, web parts, and the sites and site collections they exist on, will be the most used areas of SharePoint, but using them and deploying them with governance in mind is key to your success.

The policies of how these components operate (are governed) guide your SharePoint user community and its related components. Office 365 and SharePoint 2013 offers end-user capabilities such as these:

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Topics: IT Roadmap Office 365 Governance Office 365 Roadmap Office 365 Security Office 365 Support SharePoint 2013 Security SharePoint Governance SharePoint Roadmap