In March 2008 Microsoft is hosting the global SharePoint Conference in Seattle.
What’s the conference all about?
3½ days of technical content on SharePoint technology and everything SharePoint technology related.
Who’s the audience?
This conference is primarily targeted for IT Professionals and Architects to learn and hear from real world deployments of SharePoint from around the world.
The content theme is “Real world experience and guidance”.The conference content theme is “Real world experience and guidance” – The Session content will reflect real world use and experience of SharePoint Products and Technologies and related technology.
Go to: http://www.mssharepointconference.com/Pages/SPC2008.aspx for registration information!
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Microsoft® Windows SharePoint® Services (WSS V2) Service Pack 3 (SP3) represents a major evolution in security for Windows SharePoint Services. It further hardens Windows SharePoint Services against potential attacks and other security threats. This service pack also includes fixes that have been previously released as separate updates for Windows SharePoint Services. Microsoft Knowledge Base article (923643): http://support.microsoft.com/kb/923643
Microsoft® Office SharePoint Portal Server® 2003 (SPS 2003) Service Pack 3 (SP3) represents a major evolution in security for SharePoint Portal Server 2003. It further hardens SharePoint Portal Server against potential attacks and other security threats. This service pack also includes f ...[Read More]
A reader of my blog who read my last blog post on "Help Training and How to on SharePoint?" has asked me the following question.
These resources are great and no doubt helpful to many but what I would really love to see (and haven't been able to find) is some helpful resources on planning and implementing a MOSS for Internet website with a rich UI that I had designed without a technology for CMS in mind. I want to know that if I can design it then I can build it in MOSS - and How.
Comment from Haydn Thomsen.
So the answer to Haydn's question "I want to know that if I can design it then I can build it in MOSS - and How?" is Yes. Yes you can design a site agnostic of what platform/WCM system you are building to and implement it in MOSS.
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Following up from my previous post on SharePoint training here are some more great training resources now available!
Collaboration Selection Guide
Collaborating with SharePoint Server 2007 Overview
SharePoint Server 2007 Sites and Workspaces Selection Guide
SharePoint Server 2007 Document Collaboration Get Started
SharePoint Server 2007 Team Sites Get Started
Customizing a SharePoint Server 2007 Site Get Started
SharePoint Server 2007 Web Parts Learn More
SharePoint Server 2007 Meeting Workspaces Get Started
SharePoint Server 2007 My Sites Get Started
SharePoint Server 2007 Site Access and Storage Learn More
SharePoint Server 2007 Surveys Get Started
Outlook 2007 and SharePoint Server 2007 Integration Overview
Outlook 2007 and SharePoint Server 2007 Integration Get Started
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I get asked by clients and co-workers about how to do various things with SharePoint when SharePoint has being deployed or planning is underway for a deployment.
I always recommend training for end users and support personnel is a key step in ensuring the successful adoption of SharePoint. In some cases the training should start parallel to the deployment so that end users get familiar with concepts such as "Lists", "Document Libraries", "Slide Libraries", "Content Types", "Site Columns". These concepts and terms if not effectively demonstrated in a business relevant contextual manner end users will mostly not understand how SharePoint can be used.
So if you are an organisation deploying SharePoint here are some options that you may want to consider for training your end users and ...[Read More]