SharePoint 2007 is full of interesting and powerful features, as you have seen in the previous chapters. The administrator has full control over the SharePoint environment, while at the same time users have more power than ever to organize, share, and search for all types of content, such as news, documents and electronic forms. Still there is one very important feature that has only been covered partially in this book so far and that is how to manage the content itself. This chapter will discuss this matter in much greater detail and will help you understand how get the most out of SharePoint's content management features.
This chapter will cover MOSS web content management functionality. This is a very important chapter, since the features discussed here are among those most demanded by the users — and we must never forget that the reason we deploy SharePoint 2007 in the first place is to build a solution that will empower our users. This chapter will also compare the content management functionality between SharePoint 2003 and SharePoint 2007, which will help you find arguments you may need to gain approval to upgrade to the newest version of SharePoint.