Microsoft SharePoint Governance

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About Microsoft SharePoint Governance

From provisioning new sites and new document libraries to security, users can control many elements of SharePoint. Unfortunately, increasing SharePoint accessibility can also cause trouble for the IT groups charged with governing a Windows environment. So enterprises need a well-thought-out SharePoint governance plan. From planning for scalability to keeping a SharePoint governance document current, this section has the SharePoint governance resources admins need to manage a SharePoint environment and shape a deployment to meet business needs.