How Much Will You Really Pay For Your New LMS? Part I: Cloud LMS – A True Cost Analysis

The cloud is essentially software and services that run on the internet instead of a computer. Examples include Netflix, Apple iCloud, Dropbox, and Microsoft Office 365. And, of course, there are training systems now on the cloud as well. Here is what you need to need to have in mind if you consider buying a cloud-based Learning Management System for your organization.

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Why You Should Use SharePoint For Compliance Issues Of FDA Regulated Industries

SharePoint provides the essential tools required by CFR 21, Part 11 such as audits, system validations, audit trails, electronic signatures and documentation. When it comes to compliance training, this is an invaluable tool that will save the stress and financial consequences of non-compliance.

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How To Effectively Use Your Corporate LMS For Team Training Needs

This article will discuss a solution for team training when a corporate wide LMS does not work as needed and training demands require granular, departmental, group, or team control in a fast-paced, rapidly changing environment.

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The 4 Steps In The Selection Process When Choosing An LMS

Being able to choose the right LMS to fit your needs is priceless. With over 78% of companies using a Learning Management System, there is a host of benefits including saved time and money, a more knowledgeable workforce, improved compliance training, and engaged talent and future leaders. But how can you be sure that you follow the right LMS selection process? Here is a 4-step guide for choosing the most beneficial LMS for your organizations’ needs.

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5 Advantages Of A SharePoint-Based LMS

An LMS-SharePoint fusion offers the cost-effectiveness of a SaaS LMS solution and lower hardware, software, integration, administration, and user adoption costs than a non-SharePoint-based on-premise alternative. SharePoint adopters will also appreciate the risk avoidance and compliance management offered by an on-premise solution like ShareKnowledge, which cannot be matched by a SaaS LMS solution. Adding an LMS to work as a part of SharePoint gives users an enterprise content and learning management solution with benefits much greater than the sum of its parts.

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