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April 2013 MNSPUG

Topic

100th Meeting and Building a Brick House - SharePoint and ECM

Topic Details

You are invited to attend the longest SharePoint User Groups in the state of Minnesota as they celebrate their 100th meeting. Started back in 2004, this user group has seen three different versions of SharePoint and has had countless speakers talk about a variety of different topics relating to SharePoint and related products. We are going to reminisce about what has happened over those years and celebrate the next 100 meetings.

After that we are going to dive into "Building a Brick House - SharePoint and ECM". We all know the story of the "Three Little Pigs" and their straw, stick and brick houses. SharePoint implementations can be a lot like those little piggy houses. Throw one "Angry Bird" at the straw and stick houses and they go down. One way to have a brick house with SharePoint is to have a strong understanding and implementation of Enterprise Content Management (ECM). Where do you start and what features are available to implement ECM within SharePoint that will help you to endure it all.

This session will cover ECM topics such as:
 • Content Types
 • Taxonomy
 • Social - Rating, Tagging, and Following
 • Search
 • Information Architecture
 

This session is just right for all SharePoint End Users, Site Owners, Site Collection Admins, Farm Admins and Developers. This can also apply to anybody having to deal with Enterprise Content Management and architecting a solution is within your organization.

http://www.avtex.com/minnesota-sharepoint-user-group?_cldee=ZGRvbmFpc0BhdnRleC5jb20%3d

Location

Microsoft Technical Cetner

Start Time

4/10/2013 9:00 AM

End Time

4/10/2013 10:00 AM

Presenters

Don Donais

Presentation URL

http://mnspug-web.sharepoint.com/Documents/April2013.wmv

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Content Type: User Group Meeting
Created at 3/5/2013 10:21 PM by Brian Caauwe
Last modified at 4/11/2013 1:14 PM by Brian Caauwe