MP3: SharePoint Document Management Described by Ed Musters

19.06.2013

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SharePoint Document Management Described by Ed Musters MP3

While at DevTeach in Toronto, Richard sat down with Ed Musters to talk about document management in SharePoint. The conversation starts out exploring why SharePoint is used for document management - resisting sending files in email, better security, document control and actually knowing where everything is. Ed describes the challenges of setting up a coherent taxonomy of documents, how everything needs to be tagged a... Source: runasradio.com

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