Tag Archives: Retention

How to remember what you’ve learned (at SharePoint conferences and everywhere)

If you’re attending the SharePoint conference in Anaheim next week or the European SharePoint Conference later in October or any other conference, here’s a question for you: What is the best way to retain the information you learn for the … Continue reading

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Is it Healthy to use SharePoint to Store Safety and Compliance Training Records? Yes and No.

When  delivering training for health and safety reasons or for compliance with regulations, it’s usual to document that people have been through training, so that if something goes wrong, you have proof of the training. To quote OSHA:  Documentation can … Continue reading

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Where do social learning and assessments appear on your SharePoint journey?

I attended an interesting webinar yesterday including Ryan Duguid, a Senior Product Manager at Microsoft, on “Unleashing SharePoint 2010 for Records Management, Governance and Compliance”. The message of the webinar for me was that SharePoint 2010 will meet most record … Continue reading

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Using SharePoint for long term retention of assessment results

Some organizations keep records of assessment results for several years, typically for compliance or auditing reasons. Obviously it’s possible to print results or keep them in your assessment software, but I think there’s  mileage in using SharePoint to retain reports … Continue reading

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