A successful SharePoint implementation requires considerable planning of the architecture, design, navigation and site content. However, after rolling out the portal, you may realize that it is time to make some changes or adjustments. The most common reason for such a change is growth – you have more departments or more content than you had originally, and it’s time to think about scalability. You may have undergone an organizational restructure and want to update the navigation structure to match the new reporting structure. Whatever your reason may be – fear not, it is possible to restructure a SharePoint portal, though it does require a good deal of planning and effort. Following is a list of the top things to consider when re-architecting your existing SharePoint environment.
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