Issue OverviewSharePoint Insider - August 2011
Small and midsized companies getting started with SharePoint 2010 often take an unpremeditated approach to SharePoint deployment. They purchase some licenses and install SharePoint without any real plan for its long-term use, letting the deployment evolve over time. In this month's issues, learn about why it's important to have a good plan when deploying SharePoint 2010. To avoid trouble, enterprise-class organizations would be well-advised to develop a comprehensive strategy long before the first SharePoint license is purchased. Get the inside scoop on SharePoint deployments, learn best practices, get expert tips, and more in this issue. Access >>>
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Three steps to creating a successful SharePoint 2010 deployment plan
by Brien Posey
These best practices for developing a comprehensive enterprise SharePoint 2010 deployment strategy have proven a winning formula for many organizations and can be boiled down to three key steps.
SharePoint 2010 adoption: If you deploy it, will your users come?
by Mark Clarkson, Contributor
Making sure SharePoint 2010 is adopted throughout the enterprise to its best advantage takes a clear strategic plan and an awareness of the pitfalls. Part of the trick is a setup for viral adoption.
SharePoint 2010 performance management load gets heavier
by Shawn Shell, Contributor
SharePoint 2010’s increased capabilities, and complexity, require administrators to be more vigilant in managing and maintaining their server farms to ensure best performance.
- Three steps to creating a successful SharePoint 2010 deployment plan by Brien Posey
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