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SharePoint is primarily sold as a document management and storage system, but the product is highly configurable and usage varies substantially among organizations.

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Top 10 Tips and Tricks on How to Customize SharePoint Sites

Did you play with Lego when you were a kid? Time magazine describes it as the most influential toy of all time and one of the reasons for its popularity is due to its potential. It's a toy with an incredible amount of flexibility SharePoint is pretty similar to Lego in many ways—one of the reasons it's the most popular enterprise platform among Fortune 500 companies is that, like Lego, it's super flexible.

Mapping and dissemination: bringing corporate knowledge to everyone in your company

When rigid organizational structures impede corporate knowledge flows, companies can no longer take advantage of the knowledge they have. Fortunately, knowledge maps and dissemination tools can facilitate knowledge circulation

The five pillars of enterprise intranets

Do Not Pass Go, Skip Straight to SharePoint 2013

Adopting and adapting existing word lists and taxonomies

Knowledge workers might be looking at the same body of data, but they use different terms to talk about it . . .