We’re quite sure you have heard this one before – Metadata!
Metadata is data about the data or additional information about the information.
I remember when I heard Metadata first time, it sounded gibberish. Data about the data! Let us take an example to clarify it more. When you create a word file on your pc or desktop and if you hit the ‘Save As’ option, on that moment some data is created with the document automatically. File name, size of the file, and the author’s name is created that time and you don’t have to do a bit to create this information. If we take another example of a book, attributes of a book like – the title, author name, date of publication, subject, and ISBN number are used for searching. Continue reading “Metadata In SharePoint Document Management”
As the world is changing with the advancement of new technology, it has also brought changes in the way how businesses are done in the past and what Microsoft called the “New World of Work”. Companies used to have offices in global locations and they have different working hours. So, the main issue is to stay connected and for that different alliance software has been used. The use of digital data has grown promptly and the protocols associated with the digital data is very complex. Companies have a hard time with collaboration and sharing as well as providing security measures and privacy of that business data. A solution was strongly needed that bridge the communication gap across different continents and time zones with tools that provide effective collaboration and data management to the fullest. Continue reading “Need of SharePoint Document Management System”
Artificial Intelligence is revolutionary, a maxim of the year or should we say a lifetime! A bot is software that can answer questions and respond to inputs, but intelligently. It uses Natural Language Processing or an expression to process inputs. It is a robot, a computer program that processes human conversations through artificial intelligence.
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