Solve your content management problems efficiently with Microsoft SharePoint
Meet the challenges of Enterprise Content Management (ECM) head on, using rich ECM features in SharePoint 2013. Led by two ECM experts, you’ll learn how to build a solid information architecture (IA) for managing documents, knowledge, web content, digital assets, records, and user-generated content throughout your organization. With examples and case studies based on the authors’ real-world experience, this practical book is ideal for CIOs, marketing executives, project managers, and enterprise architects.
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Chris Riley is a recognized industry expert in ECM, SharePoint, Big Data, and Cloud. He has 15 years of experience in the ECM arena. He holds the following certifications from AIIM, the enterprise content management (ECM) trade organization: “Enterprise Content Management Practitioner (ECMp),” “Information, Organization, and Access Practitioner (IOAp),” and “Capture”. Chris is a sought after speaker and educator throughout the content gathering and delivery space.
Shadrach White has managed over 300 large scale information technology deployments, as an engineer and later in executive positions. He has worked with many technologies, manufacturers, and customers from installing early versions of Novell Netware to developing business process management and document imaging solutions.Contenuti:
Introduction; Who this book is for; Assumptions about you; Organization of this book; Acknowledgments; Support & feedback; Chapter 1: ECM Defined; 1.1 What is Enterprise Content Management?; 1.2 The ECM stack; 1.3 Capture; 1.4 Store; 1.5 Manage; 1.6 Deliver; 1.7 Process; 1.8 Preserve; 1.9 Why use ECM?; 1.10 How can you use information to make better decisions?; 1.11 Return on investment; 1.12 Who does ECM target?; 1.13 Building expectations; 1.14 Next steps; Chapter 2: ECM Stack: Content In; 2.1 Building a solid foundation; 2.2 Capture; 2.3 Store; 2.4 Process; 2.5 Next steps; Chapter 3: ECM Stack: Content Control; 3.1 Management of content; 3.2 Delivery of content; 3.3 Preservation; 3.4 Next steps; Chapter 4: Cases in Point; 4.1 Deployment assumptions; 4.2 Managed metadata—taxonomy; 4.3 Content types; 4.4 Shared Information Architecture; 4.5 Small scale; 4.6 Large scale; 4.7 Next steps; Chapter 5: Building an ECM Team; 5.1 Don’t go it alone; 5.2 Time and conflict; 5.3 Team selection; 5.4 ECM team roles and responsibilities; 5.5 Next steps; Chapter 6: User Adoption; 6.1 Least common denominator; 6.2 Preparing the organization; 6.3 Encourage behavior; 6.4 Enforcing the plan; 6.5 Next steps; Chapter 7: ECM Planning Guide; 7.1 Documentation; 7.2 Information Architecture; 7.3 Content governance; 7.4 Next steps; Chapter 8: Records Management; 8.1 Principles and life cycle; 8.2 Business drivers; 8.3 Retention schedule; 8.4 Records management features in SharePoint; 8.5 Records center vs. in-place records management; 8.6 Records management processes in SharePoint; 8.7 Next steps; Chapter 9: eDiscovery; 9.1 Holds; 9.2 Implementing eDiscovery in SharePoint; 9.3 Next steps; Chapter 10: Extending SharePoint 2013 ECM Solutions; 10.1 Office 365; 10.2 Third-party services and tools; 10.3 Next steps; Chapter 11: Tools and Final Thoughts; 11.1 Tools; 11.2 Conclusion; About the Authors;
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Descrizione libro Microsoft Press, 2013. Paperback. Condizione libro: New. book. Codice libro della libreria 0735677824