Monday, May 4, 2009

Top 10 tips for SharePoint implementation and deployment

May 04, 2009 Published by

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Top 10 Microsoft SharePoint implementation and deployment resources

When developing a plan for implementing and deploying SharePoint, solutions providers need to know about the common issues that arise. This cheat sheet offers our top 10 resource picks, including tutorials, study guides, tips and articles. Learn about licensing, third-party tools, system assessments, governance documents and more.

Check out the top 10 resources.

How to create an energy-efficient data center
This chapter excerpt from The Green and Virtual Data Center by Greg Schulz teaches solutions providers short- and long-term techniques for transforming a client's data center to an energy-efficient model. Learn how to meet data center power, cooling, flooring and environmental objectives by using virtualization, maximizing current power usage and modifying application performance.
Read this chapter excerpt.

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