CHAPTER 5

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Configuring SharePoint for Your Collaboration Content

A typewriter is a means of transcribing thought, not expressing it.

—Marshall McLuhan

How can you stay ahead of the mass of content, channeling it and organizing it, before it becomes a daunting behemoth? Content all begins somewhere, and in most cases, yours will begin with users collaborating to create new pieces of content, working together or independently, generating reports and documentation, producing artifacts of information as they carry out their job functions. Your task is to design this collaboration process. In this chapter, I provide guidance on how to plan for and ...

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