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Google Drive vs SharePoint: The Ultimate Showdown for Your Business Needs

In today's fast paced digital environment, effective document management is critical to the success of any firm. Recently, I had the opportunity to do an evaluation for the migration from Google Drive to SharePoint. This encounter provided some intriguing insights into the relative strengths of these two prominent platforms. Google Drive: A Solid Foundation for File Sharing. Google Workspace, which includes Google Drive at its core, has long been a dependable option for file sharing and storage. It provides a simple and user-friendly interface that enables teams to smoothly share content. Google Drive's ease of use and simplicity in file sharing make it an excellent choice for many enterprises, particularly those seeking a straightforward solution for storing and sharing information.  SharePoint takes collaboration to new heights. However, SharePoint stands out for its powerful collaborative features and comprehensive document management system.  During the examination, it beca

How to Delete a Custom SharePoint Template in SharePoint Online

If you are interested in organizing your SharePoint Online environment by removing unnecessary custom templates, we can assist you. By deleting custom templates , you can enhance the efficiency of your SharePoint site and ensure that only relevant and updated templates are accessible.   This guide will provide you with a detailed, step-by-step process for deleting a custom SharePoint template in SharePoint Online. Whether you are tidying up after a project or reorganizing your site's structure, understanding this procedure will enable you to maintain an efficient and uncluttered SharePoint environment. Let's delve into the specifics to guarantee that your SharePoint site remains optimized for your team's requirements In this blog we are going to delete the custom templates using PnP PowerShell: Note: SharePoint Administration access is required. Connect with the SharePoint, using admin credentials. Connect-PnPOnline "" -Inter