Book: Essential SharePoint 2007

If you are looking for the perfect book to give those non-technical people such as Business Decision Makers (BDM) or you need more help on the planning/design side of your SharePoint project this is the book for you.

One of the few books devoted to MOSS that actually covers governance, roll out, goals, and the other “soft” topics. After it gets you through the reasons for and direction of your SharePoint project then at a medium level it covers some of the key features you need to plan for. I really feel you could hand this your non technical leaders and get them up to speed in short order.

Great book! Get your copy here.

Shane – SharePoint Help

 

3 thoughts on “Book: Essential SharePoint 2007”

  1. That is the type of book I have been looking for (I think). I have been using SharePoint since SPS 2001, but I am now in a state agency that is going to be offering WSS and MOSS as a billable service to other state agencies. This looks like it addresses all of the areas that I have been concerned with in the back of my mind. I don’t sweat the technical part, what I do worry about is how to market, sell, and support this product as a business. Hopefully this book will at least give me answers to ease my concerns.

  2. I agree with you on the “soft” issues, but I’m honestly confused about the audience for this title. On the whole, I found it fell short particularly when it came to roll-out. It doesn’t really address sales at all and I’m not sure how it would help there.

    I didn’t really find this practical — it’s mostly theoretical.

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