Going Public with SharePoint 2010 at the Michigan Supreme Court
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When the Michigan Supreme Court decided to redesign its website, they realized that, besides boosting usability for both internal and external users, the new site had to run on a platform that would ...
When the Michigan Supreme Court decided to redesign its website, they realized that, besides boosting usability for both internal and external users, the new site had to run on a platform that would support the custom functionality of their existing site.
Court administrators elected to build the new website on Microsoft SharePoint 2010 after using the platform successfully for their intranet. C/D/H was hired to design, develop and implement SharePoint's web content management framework.
The final solution not only leverages the web publishing framework, but also many other SharePoint 2010 features such as managed metadata, business connectivity services and custom lists and libraries. C/D/H also worked with Michigan Supreme Court to develop custom search features that allow members of the public and the legal community search for detailed case information and published Court Opinions and Orders.
View C/D/H’s slide deck, presented at SharePoint Saturday Michigan, to learn about the project, the Court’s web content management, its custom page layouts and ASP.NET document search, and more.
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