Create SharePoint Governance Policies That Don’t Block Adoption
SharePoint is a flexible tool, with a wide range of capabilities which give businesses plenty of options. But all of these options can lead to chaos if you don’t put basic governing rules in place. Structure and boundaries can help keep your SharePoint instance sustainably usable.
Here’s an example: Some admins allow end-users to create new sites in SharePoint without friction, but others require end users to fill out long forms and wait for the admins’ approval. Which of the two policies is better? Well, it depends.
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