Knowledge Network Week In Review Highlights SharePoint, Social Networking Tools

Patrick Avery

The following is a list of the Knowledge Network documents uploaded during the week of Oct. 26 - 30.

 

Microsoft Outlook 2007 Reference Guide

Microsoft Outlook is an e-mail and e-mail management software program from Microsoft. This reference guide serves as a great way for new users to learn the basics of using the program, but it also gives current users some advanced suggestions for getting more out of the software.

 

Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 Reference Guide

Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 is an integrated suite of server capabilities that can help improve organizational effectiveness by providing comprehensive content management and enterprise search, accelerating shared business processes, and facilitating information-sharing across boundaries for better business insight. This reference sheet gives users tips and suggestions for getting the most out of SharePoint.

 

Delivering Business Value Through SharePoint


Complete with detailed case studies, this "Delivering Business Value Through SharePoint" report will help you plan and execute your SharePoint deployment. This report explains each of the six SharePoint functions and how they are used. The report also describes the critical differences between versions of SharePoint, warns of challenges that you might face and how to mitigate them and supplies case studies on real-world implementations of SharePoint.

 

'The Insiders' Guide to BPM' Excerpt

This book, written by Terry Schurter, draws out the seven steps that can help you master your business processes. This book is your insider's guide to making BPM work for you. This book distills the essence, in simple terms, of just how to achieve quality results.

 

Facebook Usage Policy

The sample Facebook Usage Policy is for companies who allow Facebook use at work, but want to set limits for employees.

 

Minimum Security Requirements for Federal Information and Information Systems

This research guide specifies minimum security requirements for information and information systems supporting the executive agencies of the federal government and a risk-based process for selecting the security controls necessary to satisfy the minimum security requirements.



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