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MOSS Explained: An Information Worker’s Deep Dive into Microsoft® Office SharePoint® Server 2007 by John Ross, Nicola Young

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What Is Web Content Management?

If you think back to the early days of the Internet, Web sites consisted of a large number of static HTML pages that each contained text, images, navigation, and more. All of the files were stored on the server. Making even small changes to the site required someone with special skills to understand how the whole process worked. In addition, anyone making changes had to know HTML, and then after the change was made, the file had to be uploaded again to the server. If a company Web site had a phone number listed at the bottom of every page, simply updating that phone number required that each page be made separately and then uploaded to the server. Additionally, there was no safety net if someone made a mistake ...

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