How to Co-Author Documents in Microsoft Office

Co-Author Documents in Word, Excel, or PowerPoint Did you know that multiple people can work together at the same time as a co-author on a Word document, Excel spreadsheet, or PowerPoint presentation? If you have access to OneDrive or SharePoint you and colleagues are ready to get started as document co-authors. Office has functions that allow […]
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Why Every Small Company Needs a Disaster Recovery Plan

Does your company have a Plan B? Small company owners often don’t give enough thought to how they would respond to an unexpected natural disaster, data loss, or financial emergency, and when the unthinkable happens, they are left scrambling for a solution. Chances are that solution, however, will prove ineffective. Here are a few sobering […]
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SharePoint Security Best Practices – Article 2

Security and performance at the same time in SharePoint In my first article, I talked about how Microsoft is an object oriented environment and the objects are stored in namespaces. I discussed the fact that each object has its own list of security permission entries called Access Control Entries (ACE) that determines who can access […]
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SharePoint Security Best Practices

Yes, you can have security and performance! Microsoft has long used the same “object oriented” approach to security within its various “object namespaces”. SharePoint is no different. And Microsoft does have some SharePoint Security Best Practices you may want to consider. Objects and Security Ah… what is an “object namespace” you ask? The Microsoft platform […]
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