SharePoint site and information architecture has been around long enough to be an established practice and area of expertise in the SharePoint world. What’s new about it, however, is its elevated role in Microsoft 365 compliance. Architectural decisions made in a tenant can have lasting, follow-on effects which information architects need to be aware of. This post highlights some key points about how these decisions can affect managing compliance at scale by providing structure and governance to SharePoint.
About Joanne Klein
Joanne is an independent Microsoft 365 consultant, a 4-time Microsoft MVP in Office Apps & Services, and an Advanced Compliance specialist in the Microsoft suite of tools. Joanne works with her customers on planning and implementing information protection and governance controls across their Microsoft 365 environments to address the unique challenges of the modern workplace. She’s a firm believer that it’s not all about technology. Joanne also blogs about these areas with a focus on how to secure, protect, and govern information assets while minimizing end-user impact.