Do you want to be a truly brilliant content marketer? Irrespective of the desired platforms for engagement, there could be one thing holding you back.
SharePoint is Microsoft’s answer to a Content Management System (CMS), used by organisations to collaborate and share documents on a browser-based platform. In recent years, Microsoft has made efforts to improve the accessibility capability of their CMS by adding a number of new accessibility features in SharePoint 2013 and much more recently in the beta version of SharePoint 2016. While these improvements are excellent steps forward, organisations still need to be wary that their SharePoint intranet may not be configured to have the best accessibility available. Here are 5 features that you can use in SharePoint 2016 that will improve the accessibility of your CMS.
The National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) is moving into its full operational rollout during 2016. The overarching message is that people with disabilities are at the centre of the system and have control over the services that they use and providers that they choose to deliver those services. For service providers it is a game-changer and one that many need help with managing.