SharePoint Server 2010 Enterprise Content Management
By Todd Kitta, Brett Grego, Chris Caplinger, Russ Houberg
Publisher: Wiley / Wrox
Final Release Date: August 2011
Pages: 480

Learn to use SharePoint Server 2010 as a robust platform forECM

Within the pages of this book, a team of SharePoint Server andEnterprise Content Management (ECM) authorities takes you on ajourney that examines the history of ECM, the capabilities thatSharePoint Server 2010 offers for ECM, and the high-level ECMpillars that exist within SharePoint Server 2010. Once you have astrong foothold on what ECM is, the authors segue to in-depthcoverage of document management and explorations of SharePointworkflow, collaboration, and search concepts as they apply toSharePoint as an ECM platform. Sparing no detail on a wide range oftopics, this valuable resource boasts an abundance of helpful codesamples and real-world examples to strengthen your learningexperience.

SharePoint Server 2010 Enterprise Content Management:

  • Discusses the features of document management from a userperspective, an administrative perspective, and a technicalperspective

  • Looks at the SharePoint web content management solution as wellas how SharePoint provides support for records management

  • Covers electronic forms management from an ECM angle

  • Provides guidance for architecting a scalable platform

  • Reviews the most common document formats

  • Explores various techniques and protocols for importing contentinto SharePoint

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