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SP-1003 - Power User - Configuring SharePoint 2010 for Application Use

Duration: 2 days
Course Price: $995

Coursse Overview
 
This two-day, instructor-led training course, focuses on configuring specific site templates and features to build a SharePoint site into a functional site application. Because SharePoint as a platform can implement many different technologies to meet specific needs, additional configuration is required to allow SharePoint to fulfill those needs and challenges without a system like SharePoint can provide.AudienceThe intended audience for this class is a site manager or site owner responsible for configuring sites and features in direct relation with the technologies that will enable them. The site manager or owner should be completely familiar and experienced with creating sites and lists, managing site and list settings and understand and work with concepts such as Enterprise Search, Records Management, Web Publishing, Business Solutions, and all other solutions provided through SharePoint. After completing this training course, students will be able to:
  • Identify and define how SharePoint can provide web-based solutions through applications as sites
  • Understand and define the elements of a document management system and how they can be configured and implemented through SharePoint
  • Understand and define the elements of a records management system and how they can be configured and implemented through SharePoint
  • Understand and define the elements of a web content management system and how they can be configured and implemented through SharePoint
  • Define and configure a collaboration portal using available SharePoint web parts, features, sites and management tools
  • Understand Enterprise Search and how it is implemented in SharePoint, and configure and managing a search-based site
  • Understand and define business solution elements in SharePoint Server 2010 and implement and configure business solutions for the enterprise.

Microsoft Certified Professional Exams

There is no corresponding Microsoft Certified Professional exam for this training course.

Course Materials

The student kit includes a comprehensive workbook and other necessary materials for this class.
Coursse Overview
 
This two-day, instructor-led training course, focuses on configuring specific site templates and features to build a SharePoint site into a functional site application. Because SharePoint as a platform can implement many different technologies to meet specific needs, additional configuration is required to allow SharePoint to fulfill those needs and challenges without a system like SharePoint can provide.AudienceThe intended audience for this class is a site manager or site owner responsible for configuring sites and features in direct relation with the technologies that will enable them. The site manager or owner should be completely familiar and experienced with creating sites and lists, managing site and list settings and understand and work with concepts such as Enterprise Search, Records Management, Web Publishing, Business Solutions, and all other solutions provided through SharePoint. After completing this training course, students will be able to:
  • Identify and define how SharePoint can provide web-based solutions through applications as sites
  • Understand and define the elements of a document management system and how they can be configured and implemented through SharePoint
  • Understand and define the elements of a records management system and how they can be configured and implemented through SharePoint
  • Understand and define the elements of a web content management system and how they can be configured and implemented through SharePoint
  • Define and configure a collaboration portal using available SharePoint web parts, features, sites and management tools
  • Understand Enterprise Search and how it is implemented in SharePoint, and configure and managing a search-based site
  • Understand and define business solution elements in SharePoint Server 2010 and implement and configure business solutions for the enterprise.

Microsoft Certified Professional Exams

There is no corresponding Microsoft Certified Professional exam for this training course.

Course Materials

The student kit includes a comprehensive workbook and other necessary materials for this class.

Prerequisites

Before attending this course, students must have:
  • Working knowledge of Microsoft Windows Server 2008.
  • Working knowledge of networking, including Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol (TCP/IP), Domain Name System (DNS), and Internet Information Services (IIS).
  • Working knowledge of Office System 2007 or 2010 products
In addition, it is required that students have completed:
  • Course SP1002: Managing Content with SharePoint 2010
Knowledge of Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 or Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 is beneficial but not required.

Course Outline

Module 1: Understanding SharePoint Application Areas

SharePoint is not only a collaboration tool but an entire business productivity platform that can reach into many areas related to electronic information. In this module we will example how SharePoint can provide solutions through technologies readily available out of the box.
  • Examining SharePoint Applications
  • Describing Elements of Site Applications
  • Configuring Simple Site Applications

After completing this module, students will be able to:

  • Identify the technologies that make a SharePoint site an application
  • Discuss and define how SharePoint can be used to create solutions
  • Describe technologies that enable sites as applications

Module 2: Configuring Document Management

SharePoint provides a foundation for creating and managing documents through the entire document lifecycle, from creation and completely through to expiration and removal. This module will examine the technologies used in document management and will examine the Document Center site template.
  • Understanding Document Management
  • Identifying and Managing Metadata
  • Using Content Organization
  • Using Document Centers

Activity: Creating and Using a Document Center

  • Exercise 1: Creating a Document Center
  • Exercise 2: Using a Document Center as a Repository

After completing this module, students will be able to:

  • Identify and define elements of document management
  • Describe and define technologies that enable metadata management
  • Describe and define the Document Center
  • Implement and manage a Document Center repository

Module 3: Configuring Records Management

Document management is the start of managing electronic files in more official and permanent scenarios and allows SharePoint to provide the basis for a records management system. This module will examine the technologies used in records management and will examine the Records Center site template.
  • Understanding Records Management
  • Using In-Place Records
  • Using Records Centers
  • Working with Retention Policies
  • Understanding eDiscovery and Holds

Activity: Using a Records Center

  • Exercise 1: Examining a Records Center
  • Exercise 2: Submitting to a Records Center

After completing this module, students will be able to:

  • Identify and describe a records management system and how SharePoint can support one
  • Configure and manage a Records Center

Module 4: Configuring Web Content Management

Web content, like documents and records, can be managed and maintained by SharePoint through similar technologies. This module examines the publishing infrastructure and the publishing site, and how SharePoint sites use web elements to control web content.
  • Understanding Web Content Management
  • Working with Simple Web Content
  • Understanding Master Pages and Page Layouts
  • Using Publishing Sites
  • Using Web Publishing Pages
  • Using Content Variations

Activity: Creating and Managing Publishing Sites

  • Exercise 1: Creating a Publishing Site
  • Exercise 2: Creating a Publishing Page

After completing this module, students will be able to:

  • Identify and describe elements of a web content management system
  • Define and describe how web pages are used in SharePoint
  • Describe and discuss how content is managed through web sites

Module 5: Configuring Intranet Portals

SharePoint has used portals and portal technologies to aggregate important and useful information for specific and general users of SharePoint sites. This module examines the portal technologies that facilitate information sharing and how a site hierarchy can be managed.
  • Examining Collaboration Portals
  • Using Portal Web Parts
  • Creating Navigation Tools
  • Configuring Content Targeting
  • Managing Content and Structure

Activity: Managing a Site Hierarchy

  • Exercise 1: Configuring Portal Navigation
  • Exercise 2: Targeting Content
  • Exercise 3: Managing Content and Structure

After completing this module, students will be able to:

  • Create portal sites and hierarchies.
  • Manage portal hierarchies through site applications.
  • Create and manage navigation for a portal.
  • Manage portal hierarchies through Site Manager.
  • Configure content targeting.

Module 6: Configuring Search Centers

SharePoint not only manages content stored within it but can also discover and give access to content outside of a site, SharePoint, and the organization as a whole. This module examines the technologies that make Enterprise Search possible, and examines the Search Center site template.
  • Examining the Search Center
  • Using Search Web Parts
  • Creating Search Applications
  • Configuring Keywords

Activity: Creating Search Applications

  • Exercise 1: Create a Custom Search Center
  • Exercise 2: Create Keywords and Best Bets

After completing this module, students will be able to:

  • Identify and describe technologies involved in Enterprise Search
  • Create and configure a Search site application
  • Configure search settings and keywords

Module 7: Configuring Report Centers

Business needs often require quick and simple access to important information that can be used to drive business decisions. This module examines how Business Intelligence is supported in SharePoint and how sites can be used to manage business information.
  • Examining the Report Center
  • Creating Report Libraries
  • Creating Data Connection Libraries
  • Configuring Business Solutions
  • Using Business Data
  • Working with Filter Web Parts

Activity: Using A Report Center

  • Exercise 1: Create a Report Library
  • Exercise 2: Create Reports and dashboards.

After completing this module, students will be able to:

  • Identify and describe business solutions
  • Create and configure Report Center
  • Create and configure business dashboards
  • Add business data to a site
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