This course will help you understand SharePoint 2013-2016/SharePoint Online and to develop SharePoint Business Solutions
Together, InfoPath 2010 and Microsoft SharePoint Designer 2010 make it possible to create end-to-end solutions that combine powerful forms, enterprise-scale workflow, and access to key business data.
Customization can increase the speed and efficiency of SharePoint users with large libraries of documents and lists. In this course, Gini von Courter shows how to optimize SharePoint when libraries and lists become too long for practical use. Learn how to use indexes and folders; filter lists with dynamic views; and load data faster with item limits and groups. Gini also shares three different strategies for using Access and Excel to work with list data outside of SharePoint. These are not only programmatic changes but also best practices for managing large libraries of content, which will help you become a better SharePoint user and admin.
SharePoint is a product that can be installed and configured over a weekend, but it won't necessarily be successful that way! SharePoint requires considerable understanding and preparation to be properly implemented and consistently adopted by users. This course covers what an admin needs to consider when planning a SharePoint 2016 implementation. First, get an overview of SharePoint, including on-premises, online, and hybrid models, and then learn about establishing hardware, software, and business requirements; designing the information, logical, and physical architecture; and planning for governance. The material in this course directly maps to exam objectives for the Managing Microsoft SharePoint Server 2016 exam (70-339), and is a great starting point for your learning path as a SharePoint administrator.
Customization can increase the speed and efficiency of SharePoint users with large libraries of documents and lists.
Vlad Catrinescu and Trevor Seward, "Deploying SharePoint 2016: Best Practices for Installing, Configuring, and Maintaining SharePoint Server 2016"
English | ISBN: 1484219988 | 2016 | 424 pages | PDF | 28 MB
Implement and configure SharePoint to meet the collaboration needs of your organization by setting up a site collection, a parent site that organizes subsites. This course shows how to administer and provision site collections using SharePoint Online. Learn how to manage user access-including other admins and groups-grant permissions, set up global sharing settings, change server resource quotas, and work with tools like PowerShell and Yammer. Examine the differences between internal users and external users and between private groups and public groups. Discover the advantages and disadvantages of several possible configuration scenarios by considering use cases. Additionally, explore how to handle coauthoring, migration, eDiscovery, and more. This course is designed to help network administrators working with Office 365 and professionals preparing for the Enabling Office 365 Services (70-347) exam.
Beginning PowerShell for SharePoint 2013 is a book for the SharePoint administrator looking to expand his or her toolkit and skills by learning PowerShell, Microsoft's vastly flexible and versatile object oriented scripting language.
Authors: Smith, Tony
Brand new edition of long-standing and popular SharePoint user guide by Tony Smith
Demonstrates all the latest features of SharePoint 2016 from an end-user perspective
Includes extensive step-by-step guidance to make SharePoint 2016 accessible, even to those new to SharePoint