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SharePoint 2007

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Useful tips from an intranet generator and maintainer

Useful tips from an intranet generator and maintainer


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  • 1. SharePoint 2007 Things I learned when generating our Intranet
  • 2. Lesson 1
    • Listen to end users:
      • Their struggles for getting new information - from
        • Executives
        • Human Resources
        • Marketing
      • Daily Needs
        • Updated Broadcast Information
        • Reports
        • Upcoming events
  • 3. Lesson 2
    • Customize access to a particular group
        • Executives
        • Call Center staff personnel
        • Human Resources
        • Publications
  • 4. Lesson 3
    • Ensure notifications and alerts are properly assigned and working
  • 5. Lesson 4
    • Train “Power Users” within each department:
      • Staff Buy in
      • Implementation of new SP components
      • Maximize your effectiveness throughout the organization
  • 6. Lesson 5
    • Test new web parts before deployment
      • Safeguards information
      • Work out kinks
      • Strengthen user use of intranet
  • 7. Lesson 6
    • Review navigation and intranet information regularly
      • Track user usability
      • Remove obsolete materials
      • Be responsive to end users
  • 8. Summary
    • Listen to end users
    • Customize access to a particular group
    • Ensure notifications and alerts are properly assigned and working
    • Train “Power Users” within each department:
    • Test new web parts before deployment
    • Review navigation and intranet information regularly