'Ten Governance Items' for Upgrading to SharePoint 2010

John Storts
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SharePoint Brings a Wide Range of Benefits

Our partners at Info~Tech Research Group did an extensive survey of businesses to determine the value they are finding in SharePoint, Microsoft's enterprise collaboration, portal and content management platform.

The Knowledge Network added another handy book excerpt to its collection."Microsoft SharePoint 2010 for Dummies" offers procedures for and advice on using the powerful collaboration tool.


Aimed at technical and non-technical users alike, the book is an informative and, in true Dummies-series style, often-entertaining resource, both for admins responsible for installing and configuring SharePoint and less technical users in charge of maintaining SharePoint portal content.


The excerpt, "Ten Governance Items," takes a look at the 10 items that most influence the way you approach SharePoint governance, including:

  • Getting executive buy-in and support.
  • Building an effective governance group.
  • Designating ownership of content, such as the portal home page.
  • Creating or revisiting social networking policies.


More from the Knowledge Network and IT Business Edge

SharePoint Governance Template

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