Intro to Modern SharePoint Architecture | Part 3: Knowledge Management
The change from document management to knowledge management is an essential shift to understand, as it opens up new avenues for unlocking knowledge from your organization. In part 2 of the Modern SharePoint Architecture series, we discussed the differences between the old SharePoint Architecture Model and the new, flat model. While the old model isn’t built to easily scale, the flat model excels at it.
In part 3 of our video series, Bryant Schumate, Interlink’s Collaboration and Power Platform Practice Lead, breaks down how leveraging Modern SharePoint Architecture can unlock the knowledge and how the modern toolset can save your employee’s time.
Contact an Interlink expert to talk about SharePoint Architecture today.
About the author
Chase Jeffries is the Marketing Manager at Interlink. He brings over five years of B2B marketing experience across a wide array of industries to the team, along with a degree in Marketing and International Business from the University of Cincinnati. When he isn’t directing marketing efforts at Interlink, you can usually find Chase writing music with his rock band or drinking too much coffee.
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