Wednesday, September 25, 2019

Microsoft SharePoint 2010 For Dummies

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With everyone connected via internal networks and externally with the Internet, more organizations are using Web sites — both inside and outside their organizations. Think about where you work. Your company probably has at least one Web site on the Internet, and probably several more, such as a brochureware site, an e-commerce site, and product microsites.

Internally, Human Resources may have its own self-service portal. Your department may have a Web site for posting documents to share with others. Another group may post reports to a site. Nowadays, Web sites are ubiquitous.

Web sites have some really great things to offer. They’re standards-based, which means it’s easy for them to talk to each other. They’re easy to search. They can be visually stunning or plain Jane. They require nothing more than a browser to interact with — even on a mobile phone!

Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010 is a product that takes advantage of the best of the Web to help you be more productive at work. Not just you, but also your coworkers, department, division, and even your Information Technology (IT) department.

Take everything you know about Web sites and then add to that the ability to manage and search documents, publish reports and business information, track contacts, display information from other databases, and collaborate using blogs, wikis, and discussion boards. You can use SharePoint’s Web sites to store, track, secure, and share all the stuff you do at work.

Part I: Collaborating with Team Sites
Chapter 1: Getting to Know Your Team Site
Chapter 2: Sharing Your Documents
Chapter 3: Working with Lists
Chapter 4: Creating Custom Lists
Chapter 5: Getting a New View
Chapter 6: Subscribing to Feeds and Alerts
Chapter 7: Yours, Mine, and Ours: Social Networking
Part II: Taking Your Team Site to the Next Level
Chapter 8: Confi guring Libraries and Lists
Chapter 9: Working with Web Pages
Chapter 10: Working with Web Parts
Chapter 11: Finding Your Way around a Team Site
Chapter 12: Securing Your Team Site
Chapter 13: Creating New Sites
Part III: Putting On Your Webmaster Hat
Chapter 14: Getting Started with Portals and Web Sites
Chapter 15: Approving Content for Publication
Chapter 16: Creating Page Layouts with SharePoint Designer
Chapter 17: Rolling Up Content to the Home Page
Chapter 18: Confi guring Site Navigation
Part IV: Putting a Bow on It
Chapter 19: Changing the Look and Feel of Your Site
Chapter 20: Branding Your SharePoint Site
Chapter 21: Managing Site Assets
Part V: Enterprise Services
Chapter 22: Content Types and Metadata
Chapter 23: Exploring Enterprise Search
Chapter 24: Business Intelligence in SharePoint
Part VI: The Part of Tens
Chapter 25: Ten Governance Items
Chapter 26: Ten Ways to Master SharePoint

Author Details
"Vanessa L. Williams" is a professional Web consultant based out of Indianapolis. She has developed Web-based solutions for a long time, specializing in ASP.NET and SharePoint for the past five years.

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