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Wednesday, April 6, 2011

Microsoft SharePoint 2010 QuickSteps

Start using SharePoint 2010 right away--the QuickSteps way. Color screenshots and clear instructions make it easy to ramp up on the latest release of Microsoft's powerful collaboration platform. Follow along and quickly learn how to use a SharePoint site, add pages and web parts, create and manage lists and libraries, and integrate with and collaborate using Microsoft Office applications. You'll also find out how to customize pages with SharePoint Designer, use SharePoint Workspace to work offline on SharePoint content, handle permissions and security, and much more. Get up to speed on SharePoint 2010 in no time with help from this practical, fast-paced guide.



Use these handy guideposts:

Shortcuts for accomplishing common tasks

Need-to-know facts in concise narrative

Helpful reminders or alternate ways of doing things

Bonus information related to the topic being covered

Errors and pitfalls to avoid
Table of contents

Chapter 1 Exploring SharePoint 2010 Chapter 2 Using SharePoint Chapter 3 Adding Sites, Pages, and Web Parts Chapter 4 Creating and Managing Lists Chapter 5 Adding and Handling Libraries Chapter 6 Working with Other SharePoint Elements Chapter 7 Using SharePoint with Microsoft OfficeChapter 8 Customizing with SharePoint Designer Chapter 9 Working Offline with SharePoint WorkspaceIndex
Biographical note

Marty Matthews has more than 30 years of computing experience, is a cocreator of the QuickSteps series, and the author or coauthor of more than 70 books, including the bestselling Windows 7 QuickSteps, Microsoft Office Word 2007 QuickSteps, Microsoft Office Outlook 2007 QuickSteps, and Dynamic Web Programming: A Beginner’s Guide. He specializes in explaining complex topics to beginners.

Microsoft's SharePoint 2010 is coming soon -- possibly this June. This new version of the well-known portal will offer enhanced social networking, a robust online option and improved search and application development features. However, for some midmarket companies, particularly those not currently using SharePoint, the 2010 version may be overkill.

In this podcast, SearchCIO-Midmarket.com Site Editor Kristen Caretta interviews Forrester Research Inc. analyst Rob Koplowitz to learn more about what's included in SharePoint 2010, and where it might save you some time and money. From online vs. on-premise deployments to new ways to leverage the platform, find out what a midmarket IT manager should know about SharePoint 2010. Koplowitz tackles the following questions:

* What are some of the new features in SharePoint 2010 that will be particularly useful for small and medium-sized businesses (SMBs)?

* If you aren't currently using SharePoint, should you start with SharePoint 2010?

* If you do decide to take the plunge, what are some of the barriers to adoption?
Rob Koplowitz
Rob Koplowitz

* It the online version of SharePoint a good fit for SMBs that don't want the hassle of an on-premise implementation?

* What about security concerns? What should you keep in mind as you're evaluating these online options?

* If you already have SharePoint deployed on-premise, does it make sense to bring in some of the online capabilities?

* With these new features and changes, how do you think businesses and IT departments will use SharePoint in some unexpected ways -- really stretching the platform to fit their needs?
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