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SharePoint 2010 Upgrade Options, Considerations & Best Practices

Many companies are preparing to upgrade from earlier versions of SharePoint to the recently released SharePoint 2010 version...The most obvious reason to upgrade is that you need some of the new features in SharePoint 2010

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SharePoint 2013 Preview Summary - Managing Your Current SharePoint 2010 Initiative with 2013 in Mind

Due to some release information restrictions I will use a lot of information verbatim that Microsoft released publically yesterday but it is key to go with a Hybrid SharePoint Deployment methodology in your current SharePoint 2010 deployment to adapt properly to a future upgrade of SharePoint 2013

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Identification to Adoption: ''Can a company afford not to be on the cutting edge?''

Let’s take an example from SharePoint 2010: In place records management. Lets start with our known date, release, which you would assume incorrectly would be 2010 for SharePoint 2010, but was, in fact, 2009

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Migration Options for SharePoint 2013: Consider Your Options Carefully

But what’s the best approach to upgrade to the new platform?...Upgrading From An Earlier SharePoint You have options when you decide to upgrade from an older version of SharePoint

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SharePoint Consulting - Developing a SharePoint 2010 Steering Committee

Overview Within an enterprise SharePoint 2010 deployment, a key best practice to ensure your organization’s long-term SharePoint’s success, is the creation of a SharePoint Steering committee and engaging and\or including your organizaton’s key business and technology leaders to this committee. The SharePoint Steering Committee is the overall governing body of Microsoft SharePoint that ensures the technology is implemented so that it will fit the business and functional needs of the organization for years to come as well as to ensure the decisions that are made will not affect future upgrades of the technology

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