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This article is part of the October 2011 issue of Taking a closer look at SharePoint Server 2010 costs
It's rare for a major piece of software these days to lack some kind of hidden costs, and SharePoint Server 2010 is no exception. Not “hidden” in the sense that Microsoft is trying to slip something past you, but rather it refers to the costs of owning and operating SharePoint that businesses don’t always think about. Not thinking about these things can not only cost an organization money, but also jeopardize the stability, performance and reliability of its SharePoint infrastructure. That’s because without realizing that these costs exist, an enterprise might overlook some critical design, maintenance and management tasks. SQL Server provides the back-end for SharePoint 2010, and any significant SharePoint installation is going to need a dedicated SQL Server computer and large SharePoint farms might require more than one machine. That means purchasing additional Windows Server licenses along with the SQL Server licenses and it means you’ll have to support SQL Server. It’ll need backing up, performance will have to be tuned from time to time and database ... Access >>>
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Prepare for the hidden costs of SharePoint Server 2010 implementations
by Don Jones, Contributor
It’s important to consider all the details and likely costs of a SharePoint Server 2010 implementation early to avoid nasty surprises and unplanned expenditures later.
Staffing is key to a successful SharePoint Server 2010 deployment
by Brien Posey
Ensuring that IT staffers are well-prepared for SharePoint Server 2010 deployments means enterprises can begin achieving a return on their investment the day the implementation goes live.
- Prepare for the hidden costs of SharePoint Server 2010 implementations by Don Jones, Contributor
SharePoint 2010 collaboration ISVs focus on workflow, analytics
by Jonathan Gourlay
The ISV space around SharePoint 2010 collaboration has focused on workflow and analytics, but with more development on the way, that is expected to expand into many other areas and capabilities.
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