In this book, You’ll learn how to optimize SharePoint for the inclusion of large content items, external content items (like databases, shared files, and media files), and even “dormant” content that you no longer actively need – but can’t afford to get rid of.
While Microsoft can’t publish all the conference content from SPC (Share Point Conference 2009), they have cherry picked the most popular sessions and publish a selection of most popular Office 2010 and SharePoint 2010 develop SPC videos and slide decks!
In The Shortcut Guide to Centralized SharePoint Administration, you will learn how to implement reliable data management policies across scaled SharePoint environments with the least amount of administrative overhead. Author Wendy Henry explores data deployment and migration methods as well as content compliance and availability strategies, both native and third party. You will learn how to manage access security and data across multiple SharePoint locations.
This book concludes with an informative set of best practices for archiving and reporting on SharePoint data. The chapters include Common Challenges in SharePoint Administration, Understanding SharePoint Administration Hierarchy, Managing Multiple SharePoint Locations and SharePoint Archiving and Reporting Best Practices.
Microsoft Office 2010 Beta is a broadly extensible platform for building information worker productivity solutions and developing for Office with Visual Studio 2010 Beta 2 makes this easy. The Office 2010 Developer Training Kit content is designed to help developers get started building solutions, from add-ins to full featured Office Business Applications (OBAs), using Visual Studio 2010 with Office 2010 and SharePoint 2010 as the core platform.
There is a Mega Sharepoint Event happening on 29th September in Bangalore from Bdotnet, where we have the domain eXperts addressing the community. Do register, if you wanna be a part of it. The Agenda for the day is given below. Session Details Keynote: SharePoint: Yesterday, Today, and Tomorrow – Level: 200 Speakers: Michael Noel and Joel… Continue reading SharePoint Day