LavaCon 2010: A Realistic Approach to Content Mangement Using Microsoft SharePoint
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    LavaCon 2010: A Realistic Approach to Content Mangement Using Microsoft SharePoint LavaCon 2010: A Realistic Approach to Content Mangement Using Microsoft SharePoint Presentation Transcript

    • A Realistic Approach to Content Management Using Microsoft SharePoint
      Dan Beall
      Product Manager
      ComponentOne
    • Realistic?
      Content management initiatives can be a huge investment of time, money, and resources.
      Huge investment = Huge risk
      This session will describe a way to implement a practical content management process without the investment.
      This is two-way discussion. Feel free to ask questions.
    • Purpose
      Give you ideas to get started with Content Management with tools that you already have or are easy to get.
      I learned the concepts here from my customers who were using SharePoint before we started working with it!
      Think of it as a poor man’s CMS!
    • What We Will Cover
      Why Use SharePoint?
      SharePoint’s Management Features
      SharePoint’s Translation Management Features
      Simple Scenario Using Doc-To-Help
    • Why SharePoint?
      Perfect platform for:
      Teamwork
      Access
      Workflow automation
      History
      Source control
    • Mythbusting:
      Let’s dispel the common myths
    • “SharePoint is hard to implement and our IT staff would never install it.”
      SharePoint is already installed on the majority of organizations’ networks. It’s just not being used.
      Check with your network administrator. It may already be available.
      SharePoint is easy to install. It starts by installing all the prerequisites and configuring the server for you and then installs the application itself. It will even automatically install and connect to SQL Server Express.
      To set up most of SharePoint’s features, you follow intuitive wizards.
    • “It would take me too long to learn to use SharePoint.”
      SharePoint is designed for the average computer user.
      Everything is menu driven and it is a member of the Microsoft Office family of products.
      If you can use Word, Excel®, and Outlook®, you will have no problem with SharePoint.
      SharePoint 2010 uses intuitive Silverlight® driven menus that make features very discoverable. The user experience is actually pleasant.
    • “SharePoint costs too much.”
      SharePoint is free!
      SharePoint has paid versions, but SharePoint Foundation 2010 (and its predecessor, Windows SharePoint Server 3.0) is free.
      Since SharePoint is so popular, self-help support information is everywhere. You can find training, tutorials, blogs, forums, and more in abundance.
    • SharePoint 101:
      Let’s examine the concepts related to content management
    • Content Management in SharePoint
    • “But you said Content Management”
      SharePoint stores everything in Document Libraries.
      Documents can be virtually any file.
      Content is stored in files.
      Document management = Content Management for our purposes.
      You get most content management principles.
    • Document Library: The Foundation
      Interface to open, view, and edit documents.
      Metadata that describes each document.
      Templates to create new documents.
      Permissions to control access.
    • Source/Version Control
      Convenient toolbar helps manage documents:
      Require that documents be checked out before editing.
      Version history.
      Version comparisons.
      Approval process.
      More!
    • Workflows
      Step 1
      Step 2
      Step 3
      “In-the-Box” workflows automate processes:
      Work tracking
      Review/Approval
      Sign-off
      Translation Management
      Create your own:
      SharePoint Designer
      Visio
      Visual Studio
    • Translation Management! Really?
      Automate/track translation processes with a special Translation Management Library:
      Automatically create copies for each language
      Assign translation tasks to translators
      Compare versions
    • Let’s Take a Tour
      SharePoint’s base document management features
    • How Doc-To-Help and SharePoint Work Together:
      A Simple Example.
    • About Doc-To-Help
    • SharePoint Document Library
      Doc-To-Help Project
      * Workflows* History* Source control* Translation management
      * Authoring and design* Project management
      * Content mapping * Publishing
      SharePoint = Document Repository
    • Let’s Take a Tour
      Doc-To-Help’s SharePoint Integration
    • Is it For You?
    • Questions?
      Ask now.
      Later:
      DanB@doctohelp.com
      • Download SharePoint Foundation for free at Microsoft’s website
      • Try Doc-To-Help for free at www.DocToHelp.com