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Articles tagged with: Solution Profiles
Each article in this series takes an in-depth look at a single realistic business scenario and how to apply OnePlaceLive to overcome the key challenges faced. The scenario for this article is a Legal Matter Management system. The information architecture for this system is a site collection per client, with a site per legal matter.
OnePlaceLive transforms your existing ECM solutions on the SharePoint platform to reengage end users without the need to modify the solutions or underlying information architecture.
Connecting Microsoft Outlook with SharePoint is the bringing together of two worlds. The personal information management (PIM) environment of Microsoft Outlook, where we spend so much our time...
Each article in this series takes an in-depth look at a single realistic business scenario and how to apply OnePlaceLive to overcome the key challenges faced. The scenario for this article is a project centric engineering company where projects are carried out for external customers and projects typically run for several months to several years in duration. The information architecture for this system is a single site collection with a subsite per project.
This article aims to solve a common challenge when creating solutions in SharePoint. We discuss how to deliver a solution built in SharePoint to end users and critical team members, as well as exploring how we can personalize the SharePoint user experience for staff and team managers by using SharePoint and OnePlaceLive.
Solution Profiles provide an intelligent way to look at SharePoint from the perspective of the different business systems (or solutions as we like to call them) that have been built in SharePoint (e.g. Project Management, Legal Matter Management, HR Business Processes, Helpdesk) and to dynamically identify the different SharePoint artefacts that make up those systems (e.g. site collections, sites, lists, libraries, document sets, folders, content).