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  • SPS Cinci 2012 - Enterprise Content Management

    1. 1. SharePoint Saturday CincinnatiOctober 27, 2012How To Manage managingyour enterprise contentPatrick TuckerMCT, MCITP, MCTS, MCSD, MCDBA, MCPD
    2. 2. About SDSSDS Custom SharePoint SolutionsAgile development and SharePoint coding experience tocreate an optimal solution for your unique SharePointapplication and integration needs.· Workflow & InfoPath Forms for Business Process Automation· SharePoint Reports & BI Integration· Portals & Collaboration· Content ManagementAgile Practices for proven faster delivery, higher quality, & increased business value.
    3. 3. Taming the Beast! Where do your documents go in SharePoint? How are they managed? Document management controls the life cycle of documents in your organization — how they are created, reviewed, and published, and how they are ultimately disposed of or retained.
    4. 4. Enterprise Content Management• Defining and Organizing – Enterprise Content Types – Managed Metadata Service (Taxonomy)• Tracking and Routing – Content Organizer – Document ID Service – Document Sets• Management and Retention – In Place Records Management – Information Management Policies & Retention – Holds and eDiscovery
    5. 5. Document Management Features• Site Collection Features – Content Type Syndication Hub – Document ID Service – Document Sets – In Place Records Management – Library and Folder Based Retention• Site Features – Content Organizer – Hold and eDiscovery
    6. 6. Definingand Organizing
    7. 7. Document Libraries• Document Libraries are the primary containers, which group content types
    8. 8. Metadata and Content Types• Metadata is simply additional data• List level - Columns associated with library• Site level – shared content definitions• Enterprise Level – Content Type Hub• Values may be driven by taxonomy terms (think of choice fields on steroids)
    9. 9. Content Types Reuse• Site level content types allow reuse across libraries, but what about multiple sites?• Governance issue – consistent use of content types across the enterprise• One site can become the source of record for content types
    10. 10. Enterprise Content Types• One site collection can share content types across the entire farm• Choose which content types in the gallery to be published
    11. 11. Content Type Syndication• MMS Properties - the place to start• Create and publish content types in the “hub” site and consume in sites within the web application• 2 Timer jobs control availability – “Content Type Hub” and “Content Type Subscriber”• Set property to consume content types!
    12. 12. Taxonomy Term Store• Terms Sets contain terms which can easily be updated over time• Existing taxonomies may be imported
    13. 13. Trackingand Routing
    14. 14. What happens to documents over time• What if documents need to move later on?• What if documents need to be redirected to more specific libraries as they are added?• How do I keep track of documents if they move?• What if I need to group documents together in a more specific way?
    15. 15. Send To Connections• Send To Connections are configured in Central Adminstration• OfficialFile.asmx at the site level is used• Can be set at the library level• Are key to understanding the next step…
    16. 16. Content Organizer
    17. 17. Document ID Service
    18. 18. Grouping Documents• How do we group documents together in SharePoint – Libraries – Folders – Document Sets – Taxonomy and Search
    19. 19. Document Sets
    20. 20. Document Center Template• Don’t buy your features one at a time, bundle them!• Site template used to create a dedicated site for Documents with features automatically activated.
    21. 21. Managementand Retention
    22. 22. Info Management Policies
    23. 23. Holds and eDiscovery
    24. 24. SharePoint 2013 eDiscovery• Discovery Center site to perform eDiscovery queries across multiple SharePoint farms and Exchange servers• In-place preservation of Exchange mailboxes and SharePoint sites — including SharePoint list items and SharePoint pages — while still allowing users to work with site content.• Support for searching and exporting content from file shares.• The ability to export discovered content from Exchange Server 2013 and SharePoint Server 2013.
    25. 25. What is a “Record”?A record is a document or other electronic orphysical entity in an organization that servesas evidence of an activity or transactionperformed by the organization and thatrequires retention for some time period.
    26. 26. Records Management Active Documents Digital media from Physical client media, such as computers, file paper copy, CD’s servers and and video cassettes e-mail systems Collect Collect Records Management Application Litigation Hold Manage Destroy Support Tools
    27. 27. In-place Records Management Declare Records without moving the list items
    28. 28. Records Center Template• If you want to keep all records in one place, there’s a template for that.• Site template used to create a dedicated site for Records with features automatically activated.
    29. 29. Records Mgmt SP 2013• New retention policies applied at the site level. – The retention policy for the whole site and the team mailbox, if one is associated with the site. – What causes a project to be closed. – When a project should expire. http://technet.microsoft.com/en- us/library/fp161517(v=office.15)
    30. 30. Questions• For questions after today’s session, feel free to contact me . . .• Patrick.Tucker@sds-consulting.com
    31. 31. MORE iNFORMATIONSDS SharePoint Webcasts:• Managing Content and Maximizing Search, 11/2• Sharing Business Insights – Integrating with Business Intelligence Reports, 11/30• Visit http://sds-consulting.com to register• SharePoint Library for various components. http://SDSSharepointLibrary.codeplex.com/SharePoint Lunch and LearnsPublications on the SDS website and bloghttp://sds-consulting.com
    32. 32. ScarePintRight here at the UC Bearcat Loungeimmediately following the closingsessionGenerously sponsored by
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