Discover the exciting new capabilities of SharePoint 2010
Significant strides have been made since the release of SharePoint 2007, and this book provides you with a detailed look at the major improvements and numerous changes in SharePoint 2010. The author team of SharePoint experts walks you through installation and configuration, customization, and architecture and capacity planning. You'll discover how to upgrade existing SharePoint 2007 servers, secure and manage site content, and integrate Microsoft Office applications with SharePoint. Packed with insight as to how SharePoint 2010 works and the functionality it provides, this invaluable resource deciphers the technical details you need to know in order to get SharePoint 2010 up and running successfully.
Professional SharePoint 2010 Administration:
Covers command-line administration with Windows PowerShell
Reviews service applications in depth
Addresses backups and disaster recovery
Explores exciting new features including managed metadata, Central Administration, and social computing features
Describes upgrades to the Health Analyzer, Timer Jobs, reporting, and much more
Discusses enterprise search, FAST search, and people search
Includes coverage of Business Intelligence and PerformancePoint Services
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Todd Klindt is a Microsoft SharePoint MVP, frequent speaker at Microsoft TechEd and other SharePoint conferences, and author.
Shane Young is a Microsoft SharePoint MVP, SharePoint instructor, and frequent speaker at Microsoft Tech Ed and other SharePoint Conferences.
Steve Caravajal, Ph.D., is a Collaboration Architect for Microsoft, frequent speaker, and trainer.
As an administrator, this book is a must have! You can find almost anything in very easy to understand manner. Todd is great writer on the subject.Published 6 months ago by starznmoongirl
I am a new SharePoint 2010 administrator. This book is like the go-to source for my questions. I really have appreciated it so far as I learn more and more about the potentials... Read morePublished 9 months ago by Daniel S Linquist
I got this book for my wife who is trying to certify in Sharepoint. This gives a good overview of the operation and is also good for reference. Read morePublished 18 months ago by Amazon Customer
This book covers sharepoint from the front and back. It provides a lot of information that can be usefull for you. I learned few things that i missed, or maybe forgot. Read morePublished 18 months ago by KbNk
I found this book to be excellent. It gave me a lot of information that I used to create my own step by step book. Read morePublished 23 months ago by Richard S. O'daiskey
Having to freshly start over with SharePoint I found myself wondering about all the features SP had to offer. So I picked the book up and was very glad that I did. Read morePublished on June 20, 2012 by J. Barnett
This book was suggested to me by a Sharepoint admin. I am very glad I took up their recommendation.
It's the perfect companion for Sharepoint administration. Read more
I would say the best book on SPS2010 administration, I have read other books but this one is my favorite, I would recommend this book for anyone who has adminitrative tasks related... Read morePublished on March 1, 2012 by Fuad Rachkidi