SharePoint Tuesdays: Stop! Collaborate And Listen

You are not alone.

Stop feeling like a SharePoint Lone Ranger and take advantage of the knowledge and skills of our SharePoint team. Join the Rackspace SharePoint Services team, a group of Microsoft certified MVPs and SharePoint enthusiasts, every Tuesday beginning May 15 from 2 p.m. to 3 p.m. CST to find the help you are looking for.

SharePoint Tuesday is a forum for people who want to dig deeper into SharePoint from both a business and technical viewpoint. With SharePoint911 and Rackspace playing on the same team, you have access to a huge concentration of thought-leadership, and we are bringing it to your doorstep … or in this case, to your computer screen.

Unlike your typical webinar, at SharePoint Tuesday you define the topics. Since each MVP will cover a different SharePoint subject, you can tune into the ones that are most pertinent to your business and cover what you care about without wasting time on topics unrelated to your job.

The weekly expert will be able to answer questions from the audience on topics like:

– Administration & Infrastructure
– Governance & Planning
– SharePoint Branding & User Interface Design
– Creating out of the box value
– Designer workflows, InfoPath and Data View Web Parts
– Building Enterprise Solutions
– Database Architecture

Let’s succeed together.

3 COMMENTS

    • @Ella Yasnogorodskaya

      A document library is a single container for documents, and has no special document management features outside versioning. Document libraries are part of the core SharePoint product, and are available in the “free” versions.

      A Document Center includes more enterprise document life-cycle tools, and could be considered an entry level document management system. A document center will have one or more document libraries. Document retention policies, auto-filing based on rules, and bar-coding are examples of Document Center specific features.

      Hope this helps.

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