By Martin Kearn
The capability to store, collaborate on, and share documents and files has been at the heart of SharePoint products and technologies since its inception in 2001. The functionality has gone through several facelifts along the way, but the core principles of using SharePoint as a corporate information management system is really at the foundation of what SharePoint is all about.
This chapter examines some of the new functionality for SharePoint 2010 relating to corporate information services, as well as re-visiting some of the capabilities that have been around for several releases.
This chapter is organized as follows:
As an architect, it is important to gauge exactly how much effort must go into the design of your corporate information services. SharePoint is a solid platform, ...