M365 Content Services Implementation

Organizations struggle in striking a balance between governance and usability. A key organizational goal is to comply with regulatory requirements, enforce information governance policies and protect sensitive data. An equally important goal is to empower users to share, collaborate and fully leverage what the M365 platform has to offer as it continues to evolve. 

"The key to successful implementation of a content services platform is following a proven strategy and best practices."

M365 Content Services Implementation includes the following services:

  • SharePoint topology based on best practices

  • Design and configuration of SharePoint sites and libraries, and Teams, including folder structure, permissions and metadata

  • Cleanup of redundant, obsolete and trivial (ROT) data

  • Document migration from network folders and other locations to the appropriate sites/libraries and Teams

  • User acceptance testing to validate functionality, permissions and migrated documents

  • Enriching documents with metadata

  • Applying records classification

  • Identifying and tagging sensitive documents

  • Metadata search

  • Federated search

  • Business process automation