Handle information management challenges with SharePoint 2010
SharePoint allows for the sharing of business information, ensuring that information is easily accessible to all those who need it. Through the use of diverse examples and real-world scenarios, the authors draw from their extensive experience to show you how to use SharePoint 2010 to deliver efficient and successful collaboration and communication in the workplace. They begin by taking you through the first steps of a SharePoint experience, laying a foundation upon which successive chapters build. Each chapter offers an overview of a specific topic along with detailed descriptions of functionality and review questions. By the end of the book, you will know how to confidently address and handle a variety of business information management problems.
Beginning SharePoint 2010:
Highlights best practices for configuration and customization of a SharePoint site
Targets the core concepts, terminology, and features of SharePoint 2010
Shows you how to manage and customize SharePoint lists and libraries
Addresses site management, permissions management, and information management policies
Provides valuable insight for optimizing user experiences
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