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Conquer SharePoint 2013—from the inside out!

You’re beyond the basics, so dive right into SharePoint 2013—and really put your business collaboration platform to work! This supremely organized reference packs hundreds of timesaving solutions, troubleshooting techniques, and workarounds. It’s all muscle and no fluff. Discover how the experts facilitate information sharing across the enterprise—and challenge yourself to new levels of mastery.

  • Efficiently manage documents throughout the enterprise
  • Build team sites and collaborate with Microsoft OneNote and SkyDrive
  • Design workflows with SharePoint Designer and Microsoft Visio
  • Produce e-forms using Microsoft InfoPath and Access
  • Manage community sites using business social features
  • Connect SharePoint to external data and business systems
  • Create business intelligence dashboards and key performance indicators
  • Customize and control Sharepoint enterprise search

Biographie de l'auteur

Christina Wheeler, MCTS, is a SharePoint consultant and trainer. With more than 10 years of experience in the industry, Christina is a frequent speaker at SharePoint conferences and community events.

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HASH(0x9276edbc) étoiles sur 5 Many pages - less information 28 novembre 2013
Par Csaba Urbaniczky - Publié sur
Format: Broché Achat vérifié
The introduction starts with mentioning seven areas that the book will cover (page XIX), including three of my main interests: document and web content management, enterprise search and workflows that I will review here.

"Document collaboration has always been at the heart of what SharePoint provides" (page 12): Chapter 11, Managing Documents is 36 pages long and the term Enterprise Content Management (ECM) is not mentioned at all. Quick Parts is mentioned once but that is in Chapter 22, and with no information at all about all the issues you run into using Quick Parts for promotion/demotion of document properties. (Yes, I promise you that you will get a lot of issues in a serious application using Quick Parts.) There is no discussion of SharePoint document ID system and its limitations. (To be fair, neither has any other book that I have read.) In summary, the book has little information about how to set up SharePoint as a formal first class document management system; this is unfortunate since there are many surprises and issues to consider when using SharePoint as an Enterprise Content Management system.

The search part of the book, Chapters 18 and 19 are well written but it is not an introduction how to use search from an users point of view. For that you have to read "SharePoint 2013 for Dummies". It is mentioned that SharePoint 2013 supports search on PDF documents; only one other SharePoint 2013 book I have read gives that little vital piece of information. Neither in this book nor in any other book I have read is mentioned why the search results don't show the title of Word documents (you will have to search on Internet about how to fix this issue). Isn't the title of the document (and author and the unique document ID) the basic information you would like to see when doing a document search in an Enterprise Content Management system?

The book has a fair description of SharePoint Designer. It is mentioned twice that workflows can be connected to Content Types; however without the clarification that only SharePoint 2010 workflows can be connected to a Content Type, not the new SharePoint 2013 workflows, which you are supposed to use now. Further, in depth discussions are missing of approve workflow requirements and where SharePoint fails to support a correct formal approve process. (To be fair, neither has any other book that I have read.)

The information about user groups and permission levels is weak, although the book has a solution of a tiny issue that I have been looking for a while that no other book I have read mentions. However, neither in this book or any other book I have read is mentioned the issue that you can't rename a document when you use Contribute - without delete permission levels, the permission level to be used in a regulated ECM system.

The book has comparatively few practical examples how to solve things in its 871 numbered pages. If you are buying just one book to become a SharePoint super/power user, I recommend instead Beginning SharePoint 2013 - Building Business Solutions. But this book is still worth to have and read as the second power user book.

Edit: You must have read at least "SharePoint 2013 for Dummies" before reading this book, otherwise you will be confused. I previously wrote that the XPS format is not supported but XPS is now supported since some cumulative update, unclear which one.
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HASH(0x92a4a9c0) étoiles sur 5 Excellent Resource 31 décembre 2013
Par Dave - Publié sur
Format: Broché Commentaire d‘un membre du Club des Testeurs ( De quoi s'agit-il? )
I'm a Business Intelligence professional, and I've seen a lot of companies use the massive beast that is SharePoint in several different ways. The book is more focused on the power users as opposed to developers, and it is a welcome asset given all the changes in SharePoint 2013. There are so many available features, and some of them can be so valuable to a business, but you need to know what this book tells you:
1) That the features exist
2) Where to access the features
3) How to effectively use the features

Comprehensive list of features and guidance on how to use them
Well organized
Accessible writing style

SharePoint is huge, and there are good options on the web for specific solutions - the book may be too much information for a lot of people who may have an important role in SharePoint, but who also have a focused role. My suggestion would be to buy a copy for the team instead of individuals.
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HASH(0x92795b34) étoiles sur 5 For the end-user that wants to become a power-user 21 septembre 2013
Par T Anderson - Publié sur
Format: Broché Commentaire d‘un membre du Club des Testeurs ( De quoi s'agit-il? )
This is the SharePoint book for the end-user that wants to become a power-user. It covers a ton of topics and it covers them in-depth.

The book is not intended for SharePoint developers for SharePoint administrators, although most SharePoint developers and administrators are also power users. So the book will come in handy when you're simply using share point as an end-user.

I have listed the table of contents below to give you an idea of what is covered in the book.

1. Introducing SharePoint 2013
2. Administration for business users
3. Working with list and library apps
4. Working with collaboration sites
5. Using Office applications with SharePoint
6. Sharing information with SharePoint social networking
7. Using and creating workflows
8. Planning site content
9. Creating and formatting content pages
10. Adding, editing, connecting, and maintaining web parts
11. Managing documents
12. Designing web content management sites
13. Implementing compliance, records management, and eDiscovery
14. Planning for business intelligence and key performance indicators
15. Implementing better business intelligence with Excel Services and SQL Server 2012
16. Building powerful dashboards with PerformancePoint Services
17. Working with Visio Services
18. Discovering information with SharePoint 2013 Search
19. Creating a customized SharePoint 2013 search experience
20. Creating, managing, and designing sites
21. Creating enterprise forms
22. Working with external content
23. Introduction to custom development

One big plus with this book is that it comes with an e-book download that is free when you purchase the printed book. That makes it very good a reference also.

The authors also have some downloads available of the examples that are used in the book.

This book really surprised me. It had a lot more information in it than I expected. The authors writing styles are great, so it makes for easy read. I would think that most people will use this as a reference though, reading the chapters that address their immediate needs.

Overall this book is definitely worth the cost, especially when you factor in the free e-book. Although my role is usually an administrator of SharePoint or a developer in the SharePoint environment, end users still call me with a lot of questions that I can't answer about using the front end, so I will be keeping this book by my side.
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HASH(0x927731f8) étoiles sur 5 SharePoint Bible 17 octobre 2013
Par Pikmin - Publié sur
Format: Broché Commentaire d‘un membre du Club des Testeurs ( De quoi s'agit-il? )
This book is targeted mainly to IT professionals, not developers. I do not see any codes, syntax and SharePoint object models.

The book is organized as a general reference, not structured in a sequential manner, meaning that you don't need to read it from chapter 1 to chapter 50 for example.

One of interesting chapters is the workflow. The differences between reusable and list of workflows are clearly outlined to add automation in my site. The SharePoint 2013 search feature is heavily discussed and it covers more advanced scenario of searching capabilities. A walkthrough of building search customization is also covered.

To summarize, if your job title is SharePoint administrator or designer, this book is for you! It is a SharePoint bible!
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HASH(0x9277339c) étoiles sur 5 Very comprehensive guidance for planning your SharePoint implementation. This ... 7 avril 2015
Par JAMPRO - Publié sur
Format: Format Kindle Achat vérifié
Very comprehensive guidance for planning your SharePoint implementation. This book proposes lots of very pertinent questions that you really need answered to ensure that issues get dealt with in the planning phase when it is easier and cheaper to address and not in the post-implementation phase.
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