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How to Integrate ECM with ERP in Your Workplace

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Microsoft SharePoint is incredibly versatile as it provides various functions which are traditionally separate applications: intranet, extranet, content management, document management, personal cloud, enterprise social networking, enterprise search, business intelligence, workflow management, and more.

Organizations have been trying to digitize and automate their AP processes since the first scanner even appeared. Though, digitizing documents is usually the first step, we see that time and time again organizations either have a standalone solution, or those eager to advance have tried to acquire high quality scanners thinking at least they’ll have scanned copies, and they can see their invoices stored somewhere on their desktops, then sending multiple versions through emails and in the end, they have even more of a mess than what they began with when it originated from only a single hardcopy.

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http://www.sharepointeurope.com/blog/2015/7/28/how-to-integrate-ecm-with-erp-in-your-workplace

How to move item between sharepoint lists – Office 365

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we can use sharepoint designer and workflow, and then we can just create source item in destination list and then remove source item from the parent list. Well, It’s too much work for me… Is there’s something else what we can do? Well, there’s very simple method which was already in old on premise sharepoint versions.

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http://tszulczewski.com/how-to-move-item-between-sharepoint-lists-office-365/

PowerShell to the Rescue

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Since my early days working in MS-DOS, I have enjoyed the tricks of shell-programming or shell-scripting. Being able to tell a machine to do a set of sequential actions in one go, often repetitive tasks, can be a life saver, and sometimes, a way to do something that other APIs won’t allow.

This post will focus on Power Shell, specially oriented for the SharePoint ecosystem.sharepoint

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Human Resources Management System

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Our HRMS portal allows HR to plan and do several activities. HR can create Employee, Organization structure, job role, job position. They can upload employees in bulk. They can maintain, employee history, education history, and document history. They can publish company holidays, create approval workflows for various activities. They can assign projects, create timesheet reports, and maintain compensation details. Managers can effectively track their team, reduce inefficiencies and increase productivity. Employee have a separate login to track their attendance, raising request, track their time, track their activities and pending tasks. They can manage hiring activities, terminations, and employee performance and appraisal process, on boarding and off boarding activities. It reduces the pain of manual tasks. It automates the entire process Leave application, payroll generation, and time & attendance activities.

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http://www.katprotech.com/HRMS.html

Migrating SharePoint 2010 Corporate Websites or Infrastructure to SharePoint 2013

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SharePoint 2013 Cumulative Update (CU) or a Service Pack (SP). Be aware that you need to install them before migrating any site and before delivering your SharePoint Infrastructure Environment.

The most important part is the “testing” part from Business. A 100% PowerShell complete is not 100% Business testing complete. After their go the site/infrastructure is “up and “running”.

By publishing a service application, you can optimize resources, avoid redundancy, and provide enterprise-wide services without installing a dedicated enterprise services farm. You can publish the following service applications in a SharePoint 2013 farm:

• Business Data Connectivity
• Machine Translation
• Managed Metadata
• User Profile
• Search
• Secure Store

 

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http://www.sharepointeurope.com/blog/2015/6/24/spc2-real-world-scenario%E2%80%99s-migrating-sharepoint-2010-corporate-websites-or-infrastructure-to-sharepoint-2013

Introducing Compliance Search in Office 365!!

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Compliance Search is a new capability in the Office 365 Compliance Center, designed for times when the full-fledged search case management of eDiscovery search isn’t required.

Compliance Search to find data in individual Exchange mailboxes, SharePoint sites, OneDrive for Business locations, and Skype for Business data that has been placed on hold in Exchange mailboxes. There are no limits on the scale of these searches. You can run multiple searches simultaneously, and you can search one or hundreds of thousands of sites and mailboxes. With Compliance Search you can select all mailboxes and sites, distribution groups, or specific people and sites.

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https://blogs.office.com/2015/06/17/introducing-compliance-search-in-office-365/

The Evolution of Intranet: From Simple Webpages to Complex Integrated Social Platforms, and Beyond

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The 2003 version of SharePoint (MS SP Portal Server 2003) introduced a way to integrate team sites into a corporate collaborative portal. At this time, Microsoft still offered MCMS as a platform for publishing webpages. In the 2007 version of SharePoint, MOSS, MCMS was integrated into SharePoint. Now SharePoint could offer real publishing features. From this point on, SharePoint became the most successful software used to create intranets, with estimations of about 50% of all intranets now being based on SharePoint.

When we stop looking at O365 as a collection of loosely connected ‘brands’, stop thinking in terms of SharePoint, Lync, OneDrive or Outlook, we get a chance to look at our business requirements in a new light. Do we really want SharePoint? Or do we want to work together in sites that offer lots of nice features and where we can set up our own security.

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http://www.sharepointeurope.com/blog/2015/6/16/the-evolution-of-intranet-from-simple-webpages-to-complex-integrated-social-platforms,-and-beyond