Content related to SharePointSaga Episode 3: Upgrading and Migrating Your SharePoint System, Pt. 2 (Revenge of the Steps)
“This is SharePoint One calling any Alliance ships that can hear me. Is there anybody out there? This is SharePoint One. Come in, over!” In previous Episodes of the SharePointSaga! Series, we looked at the different SharePoint (SP) versions (Episode … Continue reading »
Optimizing the Findability of your Content on an Intranet In any organization it’s well known that inefficiencies and/or waste, especially wasted time, can significantly impact the bottom line. This is a key driver in the explosion of artificial intelligence (AI), … Continue reading »
SharePointSaga Episode 2: Upgrading and Migrating Your SharePoint System, Pt. 1 (Attack of the Repeats)
In the last episode, I reviewed different versions of SharePoint. This episode highlights important considerations when migrating/upgrading your SharePoint system. The Kessel Run: Costs Involved in Migration Cost is a key variable that needs to be taken into consideration. Before … Continue reading »
Earlier this evening I was scrolling through one of my social media feeds and I came across one of those posts where someone is asking, “What did I do to get an ad for [insert completely absurd product] in my feed?” … Continue reading »
In this trilogy + prequel blog series we will explore all the possibilities of your SharePoint upgrade/migration journey. “Punch it!!” Episode 1: Exploring SharePoint 2016, 2019, and Online (The Phantom Versions) Microsoft’s SharePoint products and technologies have enjoyed explosive growth … Continue reading »
Anytime Google updates their search experience, the subtle change seems to be snuck into the search engine overnight to either gently surprise the detail-oriented or to otherwise go unnoticed. However, one of Google’s most impactful, and definitely most noticeable changes, … Continue reading »
Too many of the business clients I work with feel that they are powerless when it comes to fixing their enterprise search problems. While these individuals are able to say what content is relevant, they feel dependent on IT to … Continue reading »
This presentation, by Joe Hilger of Enterprise Knowledge, was originally presented at the annual Federal/DoD KM Symposium on May 14, 2019. In it, Joe offers enterprise search best practices and discusses enterprise knowledge graphs and ontologies.
This presentation by EK’s Zach Wahl, originally presented at the annual Federal/DoD KM Symposium on May 15, 2019, discusses how knowledge management serves as a key foundation for Knowledge AI.
A successful business today must possess the capacity to quickly glean valuable insights from massive amounts of data and information coming from diverse sources. The scale and speed at which companies are generating data and information, however, often makes this … Continue reading »