- Microsoft SharePoint now has a 10 percent share of the portal market, and the new release, which features enhanced integration with Office 2007, is sure to give SharePoint a boost
- Offers clear instructions and soup-to-nuts coverage of this complex product, focusing instead on practical solutions to real-world SharePoint challenges
- Features tips, tricks, and techniques for administrators who need to install and configure a SharePoint portal as well as ordinary users who need to populate and maintain the portal and use it for collaborative projects
- Topics covered include setting up a SharePoint portal, matching SharePoint to business needs, managing portal content, branding, collaborating on SharePoint sites, using a portal to improve employee relations and marketing, putting expense reports and other interactive forms on a portal, and monitoring and backing up SharePoint
Part I: Setting Up SharePoint.
Chapter 1: Getting to Know SharePoint.
Chapter 2: Installing SharePoint.
Chapter 3: Creating the Site Hierarchy.
Part II: Exploring SharePoint’s Building Blocks.
Chapter 4: Introducing Sites and Site Content.
Chapter 5: Navigating SharePoint.
Chapter 6: Granting Access to SharePoint.
Chapter 7: Managing Data with SharePoint.
Chapter 8: Managing Business Processes with SharePoint.
Part III: Improving Information Worker Collaboration and Productivity.
Chapter 9: Using SharePoint for Collaboration.
Chapter 10: Communicating with SharePoint.
Chapter 11: Using Portal Sites.
Chapter 12: Configuring Profiles and My Sites.
Chapter 13: Personalizing Sites.
Chapter 14: Searching the Enterprise.
Part IV: Enterprise Applications for SharePoint.
Chapter 15: Exploring Document and Records Management.
Chapter 16: Publishing Web Content.
Chapter 17: Providing Access to Business Intelligence.
Part V: Administering SharePoint.
Chapter 18: Administering and Monitoring SharePoint.
Chapter 19: Backing Up the Server.
Part VI: The Part of Tens.
Chapter 20: Ten SharePoint Resources Worth Checking Out.
Chapter 21: Ten Positive Outcomes from Implementing SharePoint.