The roots of the line chart, often also referred to as the line graph, can be traced as far back as the 10th or 11th century, making it the oldest type of chart ever made. Humankind has come a long way in making way more complex charts since then. However, the humble line chart […]
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How to Get the Most out of Business Data with a Line Chart
Why Waterfall Charts are Excellent Tools for Financial Analysts
What are waterfall charts? Simply put – a waterfall chart is a diagram that is designed to represent cumulative values of a series of data in a sequential manner. This can be effective in various situations, including conducting a financial analysis. How waterfall charts can help a financial analyst If an analyst wants to […]
Yes, SharePoint Has a Recycle Bin… And Here’s How It Can Help
Users accidentally deleting documents, versions of documents, folders, list items, document libraries, or lists from SharePoint farms are some of the nightmares many administrators have to deal with. If this happens with regular Windows Explorer, then users pressing Shift + Del delete the item irrecoverably.
7 Ways Microsoft’s Cumulative Update Enhances UX with SharePoint Server 2016
Since the release of SharePoint Server 2016 last year, users had been reporting small, niggling issues that they often faced when working with the platform. No surprise there, considering the expanse of the platform. Microsoft was quick to respond, promising comprehensive updates to handle many of the major issues.
4 Do’s and Don’ts about Naming Documents and Folders in SharePoint
Properly naming documents and folders in SharePoint is perhaps the most essential step towards making them easily searchable. However, in reality, very few organizations are actually able to follow the best practices about naming documents and folders in SharePoint, on a regular basis. Here, our team has presented 4 Do’s and Don’ts that should be followed when naming […]
5 Best Practices For Document Management with SharePoint
SharePoint is steadily gaining increased rate of acceptance among organizations as their primary document management platform. A survey conducted by AIIM in early 2016 revealed that 28% of the major organizations are already using it, while more are testing the waters before taking the plunge. Team Collabion did some research and put together a […]
4 Stats Worth Knowing about SharePoint
There can be no doubt that the latest version of Microsoft SharePoint is rapidly climbing the ladder towards becoming the most popular enterprise level collaboration platform ever developed. Our team snuck a peek into the state of the market and came across the following 4 amazing stats.
Top 5 SharePoint Myths Debunked
SharePoint is Microsoft’s No. 1 collaboration platform. Just like most other products from the company, it is also packed with lots of user-friendly features. Then why does it get a bad rap from many business owners out there? We searched for the answer and came up with a bunch of myths, which separate the expectations […]
6 Reasons to Steer Clear of Folders in SharePoint
While Microsoft SharePoint does support folders for storing documents, many SharePoint experts discourage users from doing so, since it robs the platform of many of its advanced and flexible features. We did our own research on the subject and found 6 major reasons to avoid creating folders in SharePoint, which we have presented in the infographic […]
3 Reasons End Users Would Fall in Love with SharePoint 2016
Ever since it was released in May 2016, the latest avatar of SharePoint has been making waves among users across the globe, for a plethora of useful features. While some, such as the MinRole farm topology and Project Server are clearly more suited for administrators, the platform nevertheless packs plenty of useful features for end […]