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High Level Best Practices: SharePoint Source Code Management and the Related Deployment Process

50,000 Foot Overview This article describes the source code management and deployment process for SharePoint 2010 initaitives and provides the current-state of SharePoint 2007 deployment analysis as well as listing the various options and associated best practices for SharePoint 2010

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Development Tools and Related Strategies for Public, Private, and Hybrid Environments

Visual Studio 2013 and Related Tools and SDK Visual Studio 2013 is the enterprise development tool that should be used on almost any development initiative because the application life-cycle management as well as code repository integration and new SharePoint 2013 integration features make it the only tool available on the market with its capabilities

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Differences between Enterprise Content Management & Records Management in SharePoint 2013 & Office 365

Understanding and Overcoming Records Management Challenges So many organizations throughout the globe have not implemented successful records management initiatives because of the inherit difficulty applying retention policies to content

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Security & Identity Management Considerations for Application Development in SharePoint 2013 & Office 365

Security & Identity Management "From the Consulting Trenches" There are a number of security, identity management and authentication considerations when developing custom applications and related features in SharePoint 2013, Office 365, SharePoint Online and Microsoft Azure

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WORM=Repurposing

This requires some thought and a strong content management practices with a supporting environment that provides a single source for all content that is accessible by all who are authorized. It means we should consider what might be considered by some, a purist content management approach in that we do not write documents, we assemble documents using elements of content that is already written

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Why SharePoint Is Falling In Love With AIIM

The influx of information workers to SharePoint has been due to the rapid maturation process that SharePoint has undergone in relation to its' prowess for Enterprise Content & Records Management (ECM/ERM or ECRM). The community around SharePoint has had to deal with new topics as SharePoint has been scaling Enterprise-wide with Records Management and Content Management, namely, what are the best practices for handling ECRM in general and with SharePoint in particular? All of those information workers that are now a part of the SharePoint community have always had a consistent source, the source of ECM best practices since 1943: AIIM . The Association of Image and Information Management is the unbiased source of best practices around ECM since its' founding as the National Microfilm Association (yes, Microfilm)

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Issues with using SharePoint 2010 for Records Management

If SharePoint is to be able to meet these requirements customization or third party Records Management solutions are needed...In-place records management – although very easy for the end-user - can lead to greater risk of the record being removed

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SharePoint Integration and The Seven Deadly Challenges

You must be able to access legacy applications and databases without altering their code...Complex Coding No matter what we plan, we usually find ourselves developing new code to address the challenge

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