Issue OverviewSharePoint Insider - February 2009
Users love to put their thumbprints on their SharePoint sites using customization features, but one false move can send the whole SharePoint environment crashing to the ground. Find out how to incorporate governance into SharePoint customization to empower users while setting boundries. The overlap between SharePoint and Exchange can be a gray area. Learn the distinct differences of each to get the most out of both platforms. And get ready to make the move from Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 to Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007. Access >>>
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SharePoint customization best practices
by Paul Galvin, Contributor
Unleash the power of users to make SharePoint their own while setting ground rules for customization governance.
Migrating to MOSS 2007 from WSS 3.0: What administrators need to know
by Shawn Shell, Contributor
Thinking about migrating to MOSS 2007? Learn the benefits of doing so. This article guides you through the process to ensure SharePoint migration success.
- SharePoint customization best practices by Paul Galvin, Contributor
Five truths you must know about SharePoint and Exchange
by Joel Oleson, Contributor
Dispelling the myths about Exchange email-archiving with SharePoint will improve content and document management efficiency.
- Five truths you must know about SharePoint and Exchange by Joel Oleson, Contributor
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