Once you know what your business needs from SharePoint, and you have a good idea how your implementation should be designed, it's time to consider how to put policies in place, and design plans to govern them, before any legal or managerial problems occur.
- [Instructor] And finally, now that we know how…our implementation should be built from the physical…servers to the logical architecture to the information,…it's time to consider policies concerning…information management, rules and boundaries,…roles and responsibilities,…before legal or managerial problems occur.…Governance is the set of policies, roles, responsibilities,…and processes that guide, direct, and control how…an organization's business divisions and IT teams…cooperate to achieve business goals.…
Now, your governance does not need to be that complicated.…As a matter of fact, it can be so overwhelming…or intimidating that a lot of companies don't put it…into place during their design phase.…For this particular video, despite the fact that we're…mostly focusing on how to design your implementation,…I would like to just stop and give you some ideas…in terms of governance.…It is the focus of any number of long courses,…but in summary, it simply helps you when you are planning…and designing your SharePoint implementation…
- What is SharePoint?
- Establishing SharePoint hardware and software requirements
- Collecting user and business requirements
- Designing the SharePoint architecture
- Planning for governance