Tuesday, April 01, 2008

SharePoint 2007 for Intranets and Web Sites

Venue: CILIP, 7 Ridgmount Street, London, WC1E 7AE
Date: Tuesday 15th July 2008, 9.30-16.30

Course Outline

Many organisations with a strong commitment to Microsoft are moving to implement MOSS07 as a general-purpose intranet/collaboration/document management application. This is often as an upgrade to SharePoint Server 2003 but also as a new application. As a result, intranet and web managers are increasingly under some pressure from their organisation to migrate their web site or intranet to MOSS07.

The objective of this seminar is to outline the benefits and challenges of MOSS07 implementations so that intranet and web managers are better prepared to discuss these with colleagues in the IT department in developing a business case and implementation plan for using MOSS07.

The course will commence with a comprehensive introduction to MOSS07 which will provide an independent assessment of how to get the best out of MOSS07. This will be followed by a presentation on the search application that is included in MOSS07 and also the new Search Server 2008 Express. There will be a series of case studies of MOSS07 implementations, and the day will conclude with a Q&A Session.

As well as copies of the presentations delegates will be provided with a checklist of the key issues that need to be considered and resolved, and a list of resources on SharePoint implementation.

Who should attend

Intranet and web managers who are considering either upgrading web applications from SharePoint Server 2003 or migrating from their current content management applications to MOSS07. No technical knowledge of SharePoint will be required.

Course Presenters
The course will be presented by Janus Boye http://eng.jboye.dk/ the author of the CMSWatch Enterprise Portals Report and a European authority on SharePoint. The presentation on search applications will be given by Martin White, Intranet Focus Ltd.

Further details and a booking form are on the UKeiG web site.

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At 10:18 AM, Blogger daniel said...

Considering that many organisations have already migrated will you be following up this course with one focused on post installation.

At 7:10 AM, Blogger Karen Blakeman said...

Thanks for the suggestion, Daniel. I'll pass it on to our events co-ordinator.

Karen Blakeman


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