Issue OverviewSharePoint Insider - August 2008
The SharePoint Insider e-zine is a monthly Web magazine packed with in-depth articles and tips written by SharePoint experts, designed to make you a SharePoint master. Our editorial features focus on three main areas: governance, management and implementation. Access >>>
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Four steps to creating practical SharePoint governance standards
by Shawn Shell, Contributor
Many of the qualities that make SharePoint accessible can also cause problems for those responsible for governance. To keep their SharePoint environment under control, IT managers should create SharePoint governance standards. Learn how to do so in four steps.
Seven steps for Microsoft Office SharePoint Server disaster recovery
by Harry L. Waldron, Contributor
When developing a disaster recovery plan for a Windows environment, IT managers should make sure Microsoft Office SharePoint Server's unique needs are reviewed and included in the process.
- Four steps to creating practical SharePoint governance standards by Shawn Shell, Contributor
Improve SharePoint 2007 design and navigation with managed paths
by Bob Fox, Microsoft SharePoint MVP
Discover Microsoft SharePoint 2007 managed paths and learn how to use them to improve the design, navigation and taxonomy structure of MOSS.
- Improve SharePoint 2007 design and navigation with managed paths by Bob Fox, Microsoft SharePoint MVP
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