- Language: English
- 456 Pages
- Published: February 2012
Real World SharePoint 2010. Indispensable Experiences from 22 MVPs
- Published: November 2010
- Region: Global
- 816 Pages
- John Wiley and Sons Ltd
Proven real-world best practices from leading Microsoft SharePoint MVPs
SharePoint enables Web sites to host shared workspaces and is a leading solution for Enterprise Content Management. The newest version boasts significant changes, impressive enhancements, and new features, requiring developers and administrators of all levels of experience to quickly get up to speed on the latest changes. This book is a must-have anthology of current best practices for SharePoint 2010 from 20 of the top SharePoint MVPs. They offer insider advice on everything from installation, workflow, and Web parts to business connectivity services, Web content management, and claims-based security.
- SharePoint 2010 boasts significant updates, new features, and numerous changes and this comprehensive overview gets you up to speed on all the latest enhancements
- Serves as an anthology of current best practices regarding SharePoint 2010 from 20 of the top SharePoint MVPs
- Offers helpful, real-world advice on such topics as business connectivity services, enterprise content management, Web content management, business intelligence, workflow, SharePoint Designer, Web parts, shared services, claims-based security, and more
We all learn from experience, and with Real-World SharePoint 2010 you can learn from the experiences of 20 of the leading SharePoint MVPs!
Chapter 1: Building a Perfect Test Environment for SharePoint Server 2010.
Chapter 2: Up grading to SharePoint Server 2010 — The Hybrid App roach.
Chapter 3: Monitoring SharePoint 2010.
Chapter 4: SharePoint 2010 Security Under the Hood — Claims-Based A uthentication.
Chapter 5: Using PowerShell with SharePoint 2010.
Chapter 6: Backing Up and Restoring SharePoint 2010.
Chapter 7: Working with SharePoint Designer 2010.
Chapter 8: Building Sandboxed Solutions.
Chapter 9: SharePoint 2010 Web Parts.
Chapter 10: Automating Business Processes.
Chapter 11: Building Customer Service Applications for the Right Situations.
Chapter 12: Managing the SharePoint Application Lifecycle.
Chapter 13: Using Silverlight 4 with SharePoint 2010.
Chapter 14: Business Connectivity Services.
Chapter 15: Using PerformancePoint Services 2010.
Chapter 16: Managing Metadata with SharePoint Server 2010.
Chapter 17: Understanding SharePoint 2010 Search.
Chapter 18: Understanding Branding in SharePoint 2010.
Chapter 19: Planning, Designing, and Administering a Multimedia Assets Management Solution.
Chapter 20: Accessing SharePoint Data.
Chapter 21: Finding Answers to Your SharePoint 2010 Questions.
Editor Scot Hillier is an independent consultant and Microsoft MVP focused on creating solutions for SharePoint, Office, and related .NET technologies.