This session WAS all about professional Document Management with SharePoint. It was presented by Oliver Wirkus from Germany.
The mountain to climb WAS the Matterhorn ! 😉
The methodology is first described. It is made of:
- Requirements Workshop
- Introductory Workshop
- Metadata Workshop
- Content Type Workshop
It is Said That we must not-have three more company-wide (global) per content type metadata definitions
not more than oven (4) unit-specific metadata definitions per content type
After That, Reviews some of the Most Interesting features are Discussed.
- Using templates in Document Libraries
- Editing Documents
- Using taxonomy and folksonomy
- Using Document IDs
- Setting up Document IDs
- Document Set
After That document structuring of spaces WAS Described:
And to Conclude Were shared best practices:
At the end, a very full and interesting session was sometime under-covered topic, as it is taken for Granted.
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Patrick Guimonet was a speaker at ESPC14. Patrick has 20 years experience designing and architecting Computer infrastructures for customers ranging from mid-market to major TOP 40 companies in France. He had first an experience of great RDBMS architectures for companies like Oracle, Sequent or Sun Microsystems and workloads like ERP (SAP, Oracle), BI or big OLTP systems. Subsequently, he had five years experience at Microsoft in France. I was technical evangelist for SQL Server and SharePoint (MOSS 2007, SP 2010).He has been now SharePoint MVP for 3 years & created his own company Abalon to share his passion on SharePoint and help customers grow their business with it!