Designing the information-centric environment

Metataxis provides services to organisations trying to manage one of their most important assets – their information. We have a deep understanding of and extensive experience in architecting, organising and maximising the use of information.

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Our core areas of expertise
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Information Architecture

Taxonomies
Ontologies
Metadata
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SharePoint Systems

Architecture
EDRM
Health-check
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Information Strategy

Findability
Usability
SharePoint
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Information Governance

Assurance
Inventories
Framework
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Information Management

EDRM
Migration
Records
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Information Training

SharePoint
Architecture
Management

Latest Posts

Future of IKM – New LinkedIn Group and meet-ups

Noeleen Schenk (Metataxis) and Sheila Moorcroft (Realising Your Future) have started a series of conversations with thought leaders in the wider information and knowledge management discipline. The aim of the discussions is to identify key trends that are already affecting (or will do so in the near future) information and knowledge management, considering what this could mean to the profession and how it will impact on how organisations create, use and manage their information assets. More…

In order to facilitate our conversations, we have created a LinkedIn Group  and will be holding regular (every 3-4 months) evening meetups. The first meeting is on September 6th (NOTE CHANGE OF DATE) in London – details and booking via Eventbrite.
21 June 2016

SharePoint folders are NOT intrinsically bad

The blogosphere is full of SharePoint consultants proclaiming how folders are a terrible thing. Many of the articles are from, I suspect, SharePoint consultants who have just realized that information architecture (specifically metadata in this context) is something useful; and aren’t sufficiently concerned about bringing round change-averse users. More…
28 March 2016

SharePoint Heath-check

We all understand the need to have health check-ups with a skilled professional. Check-ups can identify potential problems and help avoid trouble in the future. The same is true of your SharePoint system. Pre-emptive checking is both more cost-effective and less risky than waiting for problems to just happen. More…
3 September 2015