More companies are discovering the SharePoint services available free with Windows Server 2003. Others are deploying full-fledged SharePoint servers for even more powerful collaboration. But succeeding with SharePoint requires extensive technical knowledge: the knowledge you’ll find in this book.
Two leading SharePoint consultants start by introducing SharePoint Portal Server portals: security, content, structure, personalization, search, and more. Next, they turn to Windows SharePoint Services, showing how to customize team sites and document or meeting workspaces using Microsoft’s tools. There are step-by-step instructions for working with custom lists and data; using SharePoint libraries; and customization with Pages and Web Parts.
The heart of the book: detailed scenarios for constructing SharePoint solutions for document collaboration, project collaboration, meeting management, and intranets. The authors’ best practices will serve you well, whether you’re supporting a workgroup or an enterprise. Bill Camarda, from the August 2005 Read Only