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Enterprise Content Management with Microsoft SharePoint 0

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Content management problems solved efficiently with Microsoft SharePoint.

Experienced managers know that the best software package doesn’t always lead to a successful system–good planning and taking into account cultural considerations are what result in a great implementation. In fact, studies show that most SharePoint projects fail not because of the software, but because of poor implementation.
ECM with SharePoint goes beyond the “how to” of configuring SharePoint and shares practical guidance on how to ensure that a system is well designed and has strong user adoption. As a result it has advice you can use in content management projects on platforms other than SharePoint.
This guide is practical and has a great balance between planning, implementation, and end user adoption. Learn from the real world experience of White and Riley and avoid costly mistakes.

Meet the challenges of Enterprise Content Management (ECM) head on, using rich ECM features in SharePoint 2013. Two ECM experts will lead you and you will learn how to build a solid information architecture (IA) for managing documents, knowledge, web content, digital assets, records, and user-generated content throughout your organization. With examples and case studies based on the authors’ real-world experience, this practical book is ideal for CIOs, marketing executives, project managers, and enterprise architects.

In [easyazon_link asin=”0735677824″ locale=”US” new_window=”default” tag=”spbk-20″ add_to_cart=”default” cloaking=”default” localization=”default” nofollow=”default” popups=”default”]Enterprise Content Management with Microsoft SharePoint[/easyazon_link] you will discover how to:

  • Design a scalable, easy-to-use content management repository
  • Build an ECM team with specific project governance roles
  • Gain stakeholder support for project and change management
  • Foster user adoption by clarifying general IA concepts
  • Organize content using SharePoint records management tools
  • Configure content types, managed metadata, and site settings
  • Examine processes for managing paper-driven vs. digital content
  • Apply best practices for deploying SharePoint ECM features
  • Support risk management and compliance regulations

 

Chapters:

Chapter 1 ECM Defined

    • What is Enterprise Content Management?
    • The ECM stack
    • Capture
    • Store
    • Manage
    • Deliver
    • Process
    • Preserve
    • Why use ECM?
    • How can you use information to make better decisions?
    • Return on investment
    • Who does ECM target?
    • Building expectations
    • Next steps

Chapter 2 ECM Stack: Content In

      • Building a solid foundation
      • Capture
      • Store
      • Process
      • Next steps

    Chapter 3 ECM Stack: Content Control

      • Management of content
      • Delivery of content
      • Preservation
      • Next steps

    Chapter 4 Cases in Point

      • Deployment assumptions
      • Managed metadata—taxonomy
      • Content types
      • Shared Information Architecture
      • Small scale
      • Large scale
      • Next steps

    Chapter 5 Building an ECM Team

      • Don’t go it alone
      • Time and conflict
      • Team selection
      • ECM team roles and responsibilities
      • Next steps

    Chapter 6 User Adoption

      • Least common denominator
      • Preparing the organization
      • Encourage behavior
      • Enforcing the plan
      • Next steps

    Chapter 7 ECM Planning Guide

      • Documentation
      • Information Architecture
      • Content governance
      • Next steps

    Chapter 8 Records Management

      • Principles and life cycle
      • Business drivers
      • Retention schedule
      • Records management features in SharePoint
      • Records center vs. in-place records management
      • Records management processes in SharePoint
      • Next steps

    Chapter 9 eDiscovery

      • Holds
      • Implementing eDiscovery in SharePoint
      • Next steps

    Chapter 10 Extending SharePoint 2013 ECM Solutions

      • Office 365
      • Third-party services and tools
      • Next steps

    Chapter 11 Tools and Final ThoughtsTools
    Conclusion

    This book is available on[easyazon_link asin=”0735677824″ locale=”US” new_window=”default” tag=”spbkctaunder-20″ add_to_cart=”default” cloaking=”default” localization=”default” nofollow=”default” popups=”default”] Amazon [/easyazon_link] and at O’Reilly

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    Microsoft SharePoint 2013 Inside Out 0

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    [easyazon_link asin=”0735666997″ locale=”US” new_window=”default” tag=”spbk-20″ add_to_cart=”default” cloaking=”default” localization=”default” nofollow=”default” popups=”default”]Microsoft SharePoint 2013 Inside Out[/easyazon_link] is the SharePoint book for the end-user that wants to become a power-user. It covers a ton of topics and it covers them in-depth.
    This book is pretty thick and covers anything you would need to know about Sharepoint. It contains a lot of solutions so you can save time which is nice especially if you only know the basics of Sharepoint. The book has a lot of screenshots and if coming from a previous version of SharePoint,  you will be informed of the changes to the newer version.

    The book is not intended for SharePoint developers or SharePoint administrators, although most SharePoint developers and administrators are (or should be)also power users. So the book will come in handy when you’re simply using SharePoint as an end-user.

    The book is split into 23 chapters covering everything from basics of SharePoint structure and terms to setting up BDC connections, excel services and more. Depending on your IT department and your level of access in SharePoint, this book covers virtually everything you will need to know to create useful and powerful SharePoint sites.

    Table of contents.

    1. Introducing SharePoint 2013
    2. Administration for business users
    3. Working with list and library apps
    4. Working with collaboration sites
    5. Using Office applications with SharePoint 2013
    6. Sharing information with SharePoint social networking
    7. Using and creating workflows
    8. Planning site content
    9. Creating and formatting content pages
    10. Adding, editing, connecting, and maintaining web parts
    11. Managing documents
    12. Designing web content management sites
    13. Implementing compliance, records management, and eDiscovery
    14. Planning for business intelligence and key performance indicators
    15. Implementing better Business Intelligence with Excel Services and SQL Server 2012
    16. Building powerful dashboards with PerformancePoint Services
    17. Working with [easyazon_link asin=”B00CWKZVIM” locale=”US” new_window=”default” tag=”spbk-20″ add_to_cart=”no” cloaking=”default” localization=”default” nofollow=”default” popups=”default”]Visio 2013 [/easyazon_link] 18. Discovering information with SharePoint 2013 Search
    19. Creating a customized [easyazon_link asin=”1484177495″ locale=”US” new_window=”default” tag=”spbk-20″ add_to_cart=”default” cloaking=”default” localization=”default” nofollow=”default” popups=”default”]SharePoint 2013  Search  Guide[/easyazon_link] experience
    20. Creating, managing, and designing sites
    21. Creating enterprise forms
    22. Working with external content
    23. Introduction to custom development

     

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