Microsoft SharePoint 2010 collaboration software provides enterprise-scale capabilities to meet business-critical needs such as managing content and business processes, simplifying how people find and share information across boundaries, and enabling informed decisions.
1. Microsoft SharePoint Foundation 2010 Step by Step
Experience learning made easy-and quickly teach yourself how to use Microsoft SharePoint Foundation to enable effective team collaboration. With Step By Step, you set the pace-building and practicing the skills you need, just when you need them!
- Build your own SharePoint site with easy-to-use templates
- Create lists and libraries to store information
- Add discussion boards, wikis, and blogs
- Set up Document and Meeting Workspaces for easy collaboration
- Share calendars, contacts, and data from Microsoft Office programs
- Customize your pages with Web Parts
2. Microsoft SharePoint 2010 Plain & Simple
Learn the simplest ways to get things done with Microsoft SharePoint 2010!
Here’s what you’ll learn:
- Manage and share team information in one location
- Use project task lists to organize people and processes
- Create libraries for documents, media, slides, and more
- Work seamlessly with Microsoft Office
- Find content quickly with the Search Center
- Add SharePoint blogs, wikis, and personal sites
3. SharePoint 2010 For Dummies
Here’s the bestselling guide on SharePoint 2010, updated to cover Office 365
SharePoint Portal Server is an essential part of the enterprise infrastructure for many businesses. The Office 365 version includes significantly enhanced cloud capabilities. This second edition of the bestselling guide to SharePoint covers getting a SharePoint site up and running, branded, populated with content, and more. It explains ongoing site management and offers plenty of advice for administrators who want to leverage SharePoint and Office 365 in various ways.
- Many businesses today rely on SharePoint Portal Server to aggregate SharePoint sites, information, and applications into a single portal
- This updated edition covers the enhanced cloud capacities of Office 365 and Microsoft SharePoint Online
- Shows how to use SharePoint to leverage data centers and collaborate with both internal and external customers, including partners and clients
- Covers getting a site up and running, populating it with content, branding it, and managing the site long term
4. How to Do Everything Microsoft SharePoint 2010
A former member of the SharePoint development team explains how to get the most out of this powerful business collaboration platform. Learn how to use document management functions, wikis, taxonomy, blogs, My Sites, web parts, and more. Take full advantage of the content management, enterprise search, collaboration, and information-sharing capabilities of SharePoint 2010 with help from this practical guide.
- Set up a SharePoint site
- Add documents, use the SharePoint content approval workflow, and work with document versioning features
- Collaborate with others during discussion boards, blogs, wikis, events, surveys, calendars, and workspaces
- Use social tagging to create a folksonomy of keywords
- Create a taxonomy hierarchy using Enterprise Managed Metadata
- Build publishing sites, My Sites, and public-facing websites
- Show data on pages using web parts
- Customize lists, forms, site themes, and navigation
- Use SharePoint with client applications, including Microsoft Office Backstage, Outlook, InfoPath, SharePoint Designer, and third-party applications
5. SharePoint 2010 All-in-One For Dummies
This guide offers eight self-contained minibooks that examine each aspect of SharePoint 2010. Whether you’re an experienced administrator or developer or you’re just getting your feet wet, you’ll find it’s easy to locate what you need and learn to install, configure, and manage a SharePoint portal. You can dig as deeply into SharePoint as you want or need to.
- SharePoint 2010 is the newest version of collaboration technology that allows you to aggregate SharePoint sites, information, and applications into a single portal
- Administrators, page producers, and developers will be able to get SharePoint installed, configured, and running with the advice in this guide
- Eight minibooks address the Microsoft Office SharePoint system, SharePoint services, collaboration, SharePoint Server, enterprise content management, managing users, architecting SharePoint, and SharePoint deployment
- Covers planning, installation, configuration, performance, troubleshooting, data structure, and more
- Provides expansive coverage of SharePoint topics, as well as specialty areas such as forms, excel services, records management, and web content management
- Details realistic usage scenarios, and includes practice examples that highlight best practices for configuration and customization
- Includes detailed descriptions and illustrations of SharePoint’s functionality
- Design and build InfoPath forms without writing code
- Add approval workflows to your InfoPath forms
- Integrate data from SharePoint and other company systems
- Create forms that offer a rich experience in the browser
- Build views and dashboards to display form information
- Create and use forms in the cloud with SharePoint Online
- Keeps you thoroughly up to date on all the most recent changes to SharePoint 2010
- Reveals broad and deep coverage of social media features, content management applications, enterprise search, business connectivity services, user experience development, and custom workflow
- Examines SharePoint Server 2010 vs. SharePoint Foundation Server
- Highlights ways you can take advantage of improvements to offline and mobile client capabilities, improvements to SQL Server table support, Cloud-based offerings with Azure integration, social networking additions, and more
- Build a SharePoint PMIS that requires little assistance from your IT/IS department
- Define access permissions for project stakeholders and team members
- Centralize project artifacts and keep track of document history with version control
- Track project schedules, control changes, and manage project risks
- Automate project reporting and use web parts to generate on-demand status reports
- Integrate project management tools such as Excel, Microsoft Project, PowerPoint, and Outlook
- Apply your knowledge of PMIS techniques by working with a case study throughout the book
6. Beginning SharePoint 2010: Building Business Solutions with SharePoint
Beginning SharePoint 2010: Building Team Solutions with SharePoint provides information workers and site managers with extensive knowledge and expert advice, empowering them to become SharePoint champions within their organizations.
7. Using Microsoft InfoPath 2010 with Microsoft SharePoint 2010 Step by Step
Quickly teach yourself how to use Microsoft InfoPath 2010 to create electronic business forms for Microsoft SharePoint 2010. With Step by Step, you set the pace—building and practicing the skills you need, just when you need them!
8. SharePoint Designer 2010 Unleashed
Now that Microsoft has made SharePoint Designer a free download, thousands of organizations are adopting it to design state-of-the-art SharePoint sites and solutions. In SharePoint Designer 2010 Unleashed, Microsoft MVP Kathy Hughes brings together all the information you need to make the most of this powerful tool. Using realistic examples, you are guided through all of Designer 2010’s capabilities, presenting best practices drawn from her extensive experience.
First, Hughes quickly reviews the SharePoint 2010 concepts and tools that SharePoint Designer 2010 users must know to be effective. Next, she introduces SharePoint Designer 2010’s revamped interface, shows how to use its core features, and calls attention to its most powerful new improvements.
You’ll walk step-by-step through styling and designing sites that offer advanced functionality and consistent branding. Next, you’ll master SharePoint Designer 2010’s toolsets for data integration and workflow development.
This book will be invaluable to every user or potential user of SharePoint Designer, including: Web designers, information workers, software developers, system administrators, and IT managers.
9. Professional SharePoint 2010 Development
Written by a team of SharePoint experts, this new edition offers an extensive selection of field-tested best practices that shows you how to leverage the vast power of this multi-faceted tool to build custom workflow and content management applications. Plus, you’ll discover how to take advantage of the new features to roll out new SharePoint sites or upgrade existing sites.
10. SharePoint 2010 for Project Management
Written by a certified Project Management Professional (PMP) and Microsoft SharePoint MVP with 15 years of IT project management experience, each chapter includes step-by-step guides as well as workshops that help you practice what you learn.