Issue OverviewSharePoint Insider - February 2011
Information in SharePoint is subject to the same rules and regulations as other corporate data. But the proliferation of SharePoint sites can make it difficult for SharePoint administrators to respond to legal inquiries quickly and efficiently. Learn what you need to do to prepare for any e-discovery request. Also in this issue, choose third-party tools to help manage a multi-server SharePoint farm, and get expert advice on making SharePoint more secure. Access >>>
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Deconstructing Central Administration in SharePoint 2010
by Shawn Shell, Contributor
You still can‘t manage individual sites and site collections from Central Administration in SharePoint 2010; but there are eight sections that you can manage.
Enhancing SharePoint 2010 security through permissions management
by George Khalil, Contributor
Get a handle on broad and granular permission management techniques to keep critical SharePoint 2010 data safe.
- Deconstructing Central Administration in SharePoint 2010 by Shawn Shell, Contributor
How SharePoint 2010 simplifies e-discovery
by Brien Posey
SharePoint 2010 gives you access to far more e-discovery features than any previous release -- features that will ease compliance issues when they arise.
- How SharePoint 2010 simplifies e-discovery by Brien Posey
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