Tag: Document management

Azure Information Protection – part two

We live in a world where information is readily available and can be shared with a simply press of a button. Protecting intellectual property (especially unstructured information like documents and emails) in this modern world […]

Azure Information Protection – part one

We live in a world where information is readily available and can be shared with a simply press of a button. Protecting intellectual property (especially unstructured information like documents and emails) in this modern world […]

Restore a corrupt Word/XML document

Today I ran into a lot of trouble. I was working on a Word (2016) document. Happily typing away and saving the document from time to time to SharePoint Online. When I was finished, I decided […]

Data loss prevention in Office 365

Data theft, data loss or data leakage is an increasing problem concerning enterprise information. According to Wikipedia data leakages occurs when “sensitive data is disclosed to unauthorized personnel either by malicious intent or inadvertent mistake”. […]

Document sharing in SharePoint 2013

In several posts the last couple of years, I’ve looked at the Share option provided by SharePoint 2013. This is a tricky option, as it might enable your users to break the permission inheritance of documents. […]

Share option in SharePoint

Today I got some feedback on my earlier posts regarding the share option (this and this one). So I’ve looked at this option in some more detail. And to be honest, this “Share” option really […]

Error when changing document library default values

Using the default values of columns within the document library is a very nice way to support our users. It enables them to add documents easily and have (some or all) of the metadata added […]