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6Sep/11

SharePoint and Azure Training Course

Posted by Darrin Bishop

While I am on a streak pushing new training courses I might as well point out that the SharePoint 2010 and Windows Azure Training Course is available as well. Todd Baginiski of Aptillon worked on some of the content in this training course. This training course will get you started with integrating SharePoint 2010 and Windows Azure. Download the course from: http://msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/SPAzureTrainingCourse.

Check out Todd, Paul and Girish talking about the training course.

Source: SharePoint-201-and-Windows-Azure-Training-Course

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6Sep/11

SharePoint Enterprise Content Management Implementers’ Course

Posted by Darrin Bishop

Working on an Enterprise Content Management project using SharePoint 2010? Then you need to take a look at the new SharePoint Enterprise Content Management Implementers' Course recently published on TechNet at http://technet.microsoft.com/en-US/sharepoint/hh126808. This kit was created to provide a “beyond the basic” look and understanding of how to implement key pieces of a ECM system using SharePoint 2010. This kit goes beyond a simple explanation of ECM and discussed key areas such as architecture, taxonomy, search, metadata management and document management. The implementer’s kit includes content, labs and videos and can be viewed by an individual or as instructor-led training. The kit includes the following modules:
  • Introduction to ECM
  • Infrastructure and Storage
  • Information Architecture
  • Content Types
  • Metadata and Taxonomy
  • Social Content
  • Implement and Manage Search
  • Search User Interface
  • Navigation and Views
  • Security and Auditing
  • Records Management
  • Identifying and Creating Records
  • Retention and Holds
  • Ingestion and Routing
  • Rich Media Libraries
Make sure you congratulate all the content authors – Rob Bogue, Ben Rob, Steve Curran, Eric Shupps and yes even myself. This was a divide and conquer project with Rob responsible for the management and coordination of the project which at times became a little hectic.
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