How Does #SharePoint Security Affect #Governance? Watch this webcast with @CMcNulty2000 & @Summit7Systems #qSharePoint

So you’ve heard us talk about SharePoint governance – what it means – and the Five Pillars of SharePoint Governance – security, auditing, reliability, usability and supportability.

 

In this webcast we are going to take a deep dive into the security governance pillar and we have our friends at Summit 7 Systems to help as well as Quest’s own Chris McNulty.

 

 

The Five Pillars of SharePoint Governance – Security (a webcast)

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Securing your SharePoint environment is not only necessary to protect your proprietary information, but it’s also legally mandated if your business is regulated. And it’s a daunting challenge to have the proper permission controls in place so that only the right people can access the content they should see.

 

In this webcast, experts from Summit 7 Systems – a Microsoft Gold Certified Business Productivity partner – will join us to explore the key areas of concern when drafting a SharePoint security governance strategy. You’ll learn how to build policies and procedures for protecting content, managing user and administrator access, and configuring your infrastructure. Plus, Chris McNulty fro Quest will show you how to automate the processes related to these tasks.

 

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Jennifer LuPiba
Office 365, Azure, Active Directory, Exchange, SharePoint, and Skype for Business are my life. First in product marketing and then in strategic planning, I've focused on the Microsoft stack and cloud...