From the Back Cover
Learn to use SharePoint Server 2010 as a robust platform for ECM
Within the pages of this book, a team of SharePoint Server and Enterprise Content Management (ECM) authorities takes you on a journey that examines the history of ECM, the capabilities that SharePoint Server 2010 offers for ECM, and the high-level ECM pillars that exist within SharePoint Server 2010. Once you have a strong foothold on what ECM is, the authors segue to in-depth coverage of document management and explorations of SharePoint workflow, collaboration, and search concepts as they apply to SharePoint as an ECM platform. Sparing no detail on a wide range of topics, this valuable resource boasts an abundance of helpful code samples and real-world examples to strengthen your learning experience.
SharePoint Server 2010 Enterprise Content Management:
Discusses the features of document management from a user perspective, an administrative perspective, and a technical perspective
Looks at the SharePoint web content management solution as well as how SharePoint provides support for records management
Covers electronic forms management from an ECM angle
Provides guidance for architecting a scalable platform
Reviews the most common document formats
Explores various techniques and protocols for importing content into SharePoint
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About the Author
Todd Kitta is currently employed at KnowledgeLake, Inc., a SharePoint ISV specializing in document imaging and Enterprise Content Management on the Microsoft SharePoint platform.
Brett Grego is the Director of Engineering at KnowledgeLake, Inc.
Chris Caplinger is the CTO as well as one of the founders of KnowledgeLake, Inc.
Russ Houberg is a SharePoint Microsoft Certified Master and a senior architect at KnowledgeLake, Inc.