Issue OverviewSharePoint Insider - November 2010
To ensure that your migration to the newest version of SharePoint is successful, plan and document your changes, and map the source environment to the new one. Next, choose a tool to help with moving your content, and test your migration before going live. Follow these and other best practices for a painless process. Also in this issue, how to implement SharePoint governance effectively, and where to find planning tools to build and manage SharePoint 2010 environments. Access >>>
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Best practices for migrating to SharePoint 2010
by Shawn Shell, Contributor
Migrating even a small implementation or file share in SharePoint is not easy. Plan your process and test your work for the best results.
- Best practices for migrating to SharePoint 2010 by Shawn Shell, Contributor
You've got a SharePoint governance plan -- now what?
by Brien Posey
Learn how to sell management on the benefits of your SharePoint governance plan so you can put it into action.
- You've got a SharePoint governance plan -- now what? by Brien Posey
SharePoint planning tools abound -- just not from Microsoft
by Bridget Botelho, Senior News Writer
Microsoft axed its own SharePoint planning calculator, but IT shops have plenty of choices from third-party vendors that help with SharePoint Server 2010 capacity planning and analysis.
- SharePoint planning tools abound -- just not from Microsoft by Bridget Botelho, Senior News Writer
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