Using WordPress as a local Intranet Hub, Milwaukee WordCamp 2013 | Samer Sultan
K85a[WordPress > SharePointAs a local intranet content platform.Samer Sultan | WordCamp MKE 2013
@sultansol | #WPMKESamer has over ten years of experience as a systemsadministrator. Working with a variety of systems andenvironments.Samer has been free lancing as a web developer forthree years.Sys Admin + Web Developer
There are over 66,879,919WordPress sites in the world.[WordPress can be customized anyway you like. Why not use it as alocal install to share content betweenteams?
@sultansol | #WPMKEEasily share knowledge with out compromising security.Work faster locally. Avoid having to add extra layers of workflow.What can you do with WordPress as a local install?
@sultansol | #WPMKEYou will need the following:• WordPress• A local network environment with appropriate permissions.• A PHP + MySQL stack (ServerPress, MAMP, XAMPP)What you need
@sultansol | #WPMKEI like to use ServerPress to install WordPress locally, it also has aautomated network sharing option.Live demo of workflow:
@sultansol | #WPMKEYou can create your own theme, modify an existing theme; or use onetailored to local networks.I like the Duet theme, it comes pre built with many useful functions:• Payment processing• Customer Relations Management• HR Managment
User + Group Permissions workingWith WordPressK
@sultansol | #WPMKEMapping active directory user groups and permissions is easy with theActive Directory Integration plugin.URL: http://wordpress.org/plugins/active-directory-integration/Author: profiles.wordpress.org/glatze/