Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010 is chock full of goodies for you to explore and leverage within your organization. When you start looking at all the functionality that SharePoint 2010 provides, you may — understandably — find yourself feeling a tad overwhelmed and frustrated. Probing at just one little area of the product reveals layer after layer of new features, making you feel like you just opened Pandora’s box.
Much of the new functionality emerges as services that can be consumed by your users, and SharePoint 2010 has lots of new services available right out of the box. For example, PerformancePoint Server used to be a standalone server offering from Microsoft, but with SharePoint 2010 it has been rolled up into the product and is now provided as one of the many service applications. Understanding what each service has to offer and knowing when and how to utilize it in your organization is the key to a successful SharePoint 2010 deployment.
With SharePoint 2010 All–In–One For Dummies, we demystify the product and show you how to get the most out of your SharePoint deployment.
Who Should Read This Book
This book is intended for SharePoint administrators who are responsible for deploying and managing SharePoint, and also for the technically savvy business users that want to get the most out of their organization’s SharePoint 2010 deployment.
Others who may benefit from this book include:
♦ Developers: When it comes to building solutions for SharePoint 2010, ...