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Implementing SharePoint 2010 Projects
Implementing SharePoint 2010 Projects
Implementing SharePoint 2010 Projects
Implementing SharePoint 2010 Projects
Implementing SharePoint 2010 Projects
Implementing SharePoint 2010 Projects
Implementing SharePoint 2010 Projects
Implementing SharePoint 2010 Projects
Implementing SharePoint 2010 Projects
Implementing SharePoint 2010 Projects
Implementing SharePoint 2010 Projects
Implementing SharePoint 2010 Projects
Implementing SharePoint 2010 Projects
Implementing SharePoint 2010 Projects
Implementing SharePoint 2010 Projects
Implementing SharePoint 2010 Projects
Implementing SharePoint 2010 Projects
Implementing SharePoint 2010 Projects
Implementing SharePoint 2010 Projects
Implementing SharePoint 2010 Projects
Implementing SharePoint 2010 Projects
Implementing SharePoint 2010 Projects
Implementing SharePoint 2010 Projects
Implementing SharePoint 2010 Projects
Implementing SharePoint 2010 Projects
Implementing SharePoint 2010 Projects
Implementing SharePoint 2010 Projects
Implementing SharePoint 2010 Projects
Implementing SharePoint 2010 Projects
Implementing SharePoint 2010 Projects
Implementing SharePoint 2010 Projects
Implementing SharePoint 2010 Projects
Implementing SharePoint 2010 Projects
Implementing SharePoint 2010 Projects
Implementing SharePoint 2010 Projects
Implementing SharePoint 2010 Projects
Implementing SharePoint 2010 Projects
Implementing SharePoint 2010 Projects
Implementing SharePoint 2010 Projects
Implementing SharePoint 2010 Projects
Implementing SharePoint 2010 Projects
Implementing SharePoint 2010 Projects
Implementing SharePoint 2010 Projects
Implementing SharePoint 2010 Projects
Implementing SharePoint 2010 Projects
Implementing SharePoint 2010 Projects
Implementing SharePoint 2010 Projects
Implementing SharePoint 2010 Projects
Implementing SharePoint 2010 Projects
Implementing SharePoint 2010 Projects
Implementing SharePoint 2010 Projects
Implementing SharePoint 2010 Projects
Implementing SharePoint 2010 Projects
Implementing SharePoint 2010 Projects
Implementing SharePoint 2010 Projects
Implementing SharePoint 2010 Projects
Implementing SharePoint 2010 Projects
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Implementing SharePoint 2010 Projects

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Slide deck from Kollabria SharePoint roadshow - focus on project approach, goverance, adoption planning, and architecture considerations.

Slide deck from Kollabria SharePoint roadshow - focus on project approach, goverance, adoption planning, and architecture considerations.

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  • Social Computing ImplicationsGovernance planning is even more important in SharePoint 2010 because the increased emphasis and availability of social computing features means there are more types of content to govern.SharePoint 2010 offers users a far more participatory role in the solution information architecture through the use of “social data” such as tags, bookmarks and ratings. Users need to understand and internalize the value proposition for leveraging these features. Solution designers will likely need to provide both guidance and encouragement for their use.
  • Awareness - User achieves awareness of the new technology and begins forming perceptions around its importance and value.Learning - User obtains an understanding of the tool’s fundamental attributes, such as what it does, its value, how to use it, and how it integrates with existing work processes.Trial -User experiments with the tool on current projects to experience tangibly how it fits with current modes of working. Obtains real-time understanding of benefits and experience.Application - User applies the technology regularly and gains greater familiarity with it, specifically as it relates to fundamental tasks.Adoption - User incorporates the solution as an indispensable tool. As such, the solution is a formal element within specific stages of work processes.
  • Lists – external lists surface external data through external listsLots of interoperability components scattered through the pie that enhance SharePoint as an application dev platform
  • Does it HAVE to be custom dev or can it be built through no code customizations/configurations
  • Windows communication foundationReplaces legacy web services
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