SharePoint has changed over it's history, but never as much as it has in the last few years. When the order of the day was huge, pyramid-shaped Site Collections for capabilities like Intranets, managing your information architecture was relatively easy: any Site Columns and Content Types you built in the root site were available throughout the Site Collection. When we needed more enterprise-wide information architecture, we turned to the Content Type Hub. In our new, modern, flatter world, we need to think about information architecture differently while hanging onto the better practices of the past. Join me as we review the current capabilities and discuss potential future direction.