Additional comments about Security...
You can have several document libraries in one site, that is also a way to separate security/permissions. There is a commercial third party tool available for SharePoint that allows you to set permissions by the use of metadata. So, if you're interested in
that, you can investigate further.
Great article. Thanks for posting it.
This is usually a hot topic that gest the juices flowing...I'll add a few more pros and cons, I hope that's ok.
Absolutely, that's the point of wikis! Thanks for contributing.
Another great article from Margriet's desk. Kudos!
Good one, thanks.
We have a major provisioning project under way, and we've decided to to eliminate folders altogether, despite some of the advantages of user familiarity mentioned here - basically because the number of sites will make it difficult in terms of people time to extricate someone who gets into trouble.
At the heart of this effort is a site template. What we'd like to do is find a way to protect the settings in this template such that they can't be changed on the go. Is there a way to do this?