Issue OverviewSharePoint Insider - December 2009
Microsoft made some big improvements in SharePoint 2010, but a few problems remain that still annoy SharePoint administrators. In this month's issue, find out what's good and what's not so good in the newest version of SharePoint. Also in this issue, get started on SharePoint capacity planning, and learn how to automate SharePoint governance. Access >>>
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Kicking the tires on SharePoint 2010
by Paul Galvin, Contributor
The latest version of SharePoint offers some revolutionary improvements with just a couple of disappointments.
How to automate governance
by Brien Posey
Sometimes a governance policy just isn't enough. Learn how to use SharePoint functionality to enforce the rules.
- Kicking the tires on SharePoint 2010 by Paul Galvin, Contributor
Oops! I didn't do any capacity planning for SharePoint
by Stephen Cummins, Contributor
How do you handle capacity planning for SharePoint? What? You're not doing any at all? Well, you need to fix that. Here's how.
- Oops! I didn't do any capacity planning for SharePoint by Stephen Cummins, Contributor
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