Up with Hubs, Down with Subs – Planning Hub Sites

Families are important. Functional families are indispensable. This is not only true for you and me but for SharePoint sites as well. While it’s possible for all your organization’s pages and documents owned by all your users in each of their business units to live on a single site, it’s not recommendable. Too much family under one roof will end in trouble eventually. In SharePoint, each site can be a part of a greater whole but maintain its identity, permissions, and boundaries. How those sites work together has changed over time. We’re moving away from tall, formal hierarchies and moving toward voluntary associations that can change over time to fit changing organizational needs.

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