12 Days of SharePoint | Day 7

Welcome to Day 7 of PixelMill’s ’12 Days of SharePoint’ series! Today’s tip is a good reminder to those your ducks in a row to get your company flying at it’s highest. Enjoy!

Implement governance policies

This one is huge and has been a classic line of all SharePoint consultants for years. But why do we have to keep saying it? Because many of your are still not investing the time necessary to ensure a successful SharePoint / Office 365 implementation.
Any good system without guidance, policies, and processes that work for your particular organization is bound to fail. Or at best cause a management nightmare. Why should SharePoint / Office 365 be any different?
Let’s look at collaboration. So many options with teams, SharePoint, Yammer, Skype, Groups and more. You need to find what is right for your organization and provide guidance and put some rails in place if you can to protect your organization from the wild west.

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