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11/26/2008

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Compliance - Never Talk When You Can Nod

SharePoint Archiving - RBS vs. EBS vs. Content Transfer vs. Shortcuts

Imagine a world where content created in SharePoint was automatically routed to the most appropriate location depending on factors such as values in the object's attributes, where the object is in its lifecycle and/or who created it. Imagine that this was done without in any way affecting the SharePoint end user experience or any applications built on top of SharePoint. Imagine if doing this didn't just reduce risk and costs but it also made your SharePoint deployments more scalable and robust...

Compliance - Never Talk When You Can Nod

SharePoint Archiving #1 - RBS vs. EBS vs. Content Transfer vs. Shortcuts

Imagine a world where content created in SharePoint was automatically routed to the most appropriate location depending on factors such as values in the object's attributes, where the object is in its lifecycle and/or who created it. Imagine that this was done without in any way affecting the SharePoint end user experience or any applications built on top of SharePoint. Imagine if doing this didn't just reduce risk and costs but it also made your SharePoint deployments more scalable and robust...

Compliance - Never Talk When You Can Nod

SharePoint Archiving #3 - EBS vs. RBS...the ultimate grudge match.

This is part three of a thrilling series of entries related to the aggregation of SharePoint content. It relates back to reference architecture #7, RBS vs. EBS vs. Content Transfer vs. Shortcuts and An Overview of the Potential Solutions...

Compliance - Never Talk When You Can Nod

SharePoint Archiving #1 - RBS vs. EBS vs. Content Transfer vs. Shortcuts

Imagine a world where content created in SharePoint was automatically routed to the most appropriate location depending on factors such as values in the object's attributes, where the object is in its lifecycle and/or who created it. Imagine that this was done without in any way affecting the SharePoint end user experience or any applications built on top of SharePoint. Imagine if doing this didn't just reduce risk and costs but it also made your SharePoint deployments more scalable and robust...

Compliance - Never Talk When You Can Nod

SharePoint Archiving #3 - EBS vs. RBS...the ultimate grudge match.

This is part three of a thrilling series of entries related to the aggregation of SharePoint content. It relates back to reference architecture #7, RBS vs. EBS vs. Content Transfer vs. Shortcuts and An Overview of the Potential Solutions...

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