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Microsoft® Office SharePoint® Server 2007 Best Practices by Bill English, Ben Curry

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Major Milestone 1: Design Phase

Once you have gathered your base requirements, communicated them among the stakeholders, and defined the process for your design, you enter the design phase. The design phase should be very flexible so you can adapt to additional requirements that you must include, as well as changing requirements based on the iterative learning process. As you begin your design and modeling, things don’t always work the way you thought. So be ready to change your design to meet these challenges. As you proceed with your design, remember that SharePoint Server 2007 isn’t a stand-alone system; rather it is part of a "system of systems" (SoS). As such, you should include the people responsible for those dependencies such as SQL Server ...

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