Issue OverviewSharePoint Insider - November 2008
Are you in the midst of SharePoint anarchy? The problem could be your governance plan -- or lack of one. Bring order to the anarchy by putting in place service models and rules for IT governance. That should go a long way toward getting control back in your hands. Want to give up a little bit of control to lighten your workload? SharePoint has built-in features that allow site owners to create site maps without any custom coding at all. This month's issue walks through the process of creating a SharePoint site map using out-of-the-box features. Also in this issue are tips on how to optimize your SQL Server databases for a better SharePoint experience. Access >>>
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Balancing SharePoint governance
by Joel Oleson
Service models work hand in hand with governance to shape each SharePoint deployment into a unique installation that meets business needs.
Creating a SharePoint site map using out-of-the-box features
by Paul Galvin, Contributor
Giving SharePoint site owners the power to manage their own part of the SharePoint site map frees up administrators to manage more critical areas of the SharePoint environment.
- Balancing SharePoint governance by Joel Oleson
Does your SQL Server database improve SharePoint performance?
by Denny Cherry, Contributor
Growing your SQL Server installation beyond a single server, and maintaining proper storage levels can greatly improve SharePoint Server performance.
- Does your SQL Server database improve SharePoint performance? by Denny Cherry, Contributor
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