- -Forget lengthy technical SharePoint guides more suited for hands-on technical staff; get equipped with the knowledge of SharePoint’s -business potential before deployment
- Get to grips with SharePoint governance, the Cloud, staffing, development and much more from a business perspective in this book and e-book
- -An essential SharePoint Pocket Guide with useful Q&As for every business executive deliberating over SharePoint implementation
The name of the game in of this SharePoint book is SharePoint Disaster Recovery (DR), which also falls into the category of business continuity or high availability. The depth and breadth of the SharePoint DR can be quite daunting because often the reader is new to SharePoint and does not quite know how the pieces of the puzzle all fit together and is facing the challenge of determining how to implement a DR within their organization.
This book is structured to fill in the SharePoint knowledge gaps of how to apply a SharePoint DR approach that is documented, easy to understand and is executable.
By applying knowledge from each chapter, this book will demystify the DR process and you will learn how to identify risk and appropriate DR approaches, and out of the box SharePoint tools for your DR plans.
- Designed to offer applicable, no-coding solutions to dramatically enhance the performance of your business
- Excel at SharePoint intranet functionality to have the most impact on you and your team
- Drastically enhance your End user SharePoint functionality experience
- Gain real value from applying out of the box SharePoint collaboration tools
- Packed with useful tips, images and instructions to help you to be more productive as a SharePoint 2010 End User
Paul J. Galvin, Udayakumar Ethirajulu, Chris Beckett, Peter Ward, Mark Miller
SharePoint MVPs offer practical WF4 guidance for SharePoint 2010 developersWith the new Workflow Foundation 4 (WF4) toolkit in SharePoint 2010, companies have new ways to build custom solutions for common or frequent business processes. This unique book is packed with instructions and tips that show you how. You’ll use WF4 to create and implement office-practical apps such as expense report approvals, RFPs, sale pipeline management, and more. The book also covers how to design custom activities with SharePoint Designer 2010.
- Explains how to build business solutions using the Workflow Foundation 4 toolkit in SharePoint 2010
- Shows even non-IT readers how to create and implement processes such as sales pipeline management, creating and managing RFPs, setting up a conference room scheduling solution across a multi-national company, and more
- Explores the basics vital to all process design: system analysis, researching requirements, and basic design considerations