Essential content management in SharePoint 2013 and Office 365
This class will focus on SharePoint content management essentials in SharePoint 2013 and Office 365. Our focus will be to learn how to take best advantage of content management capabilities in both products.
- SharePoint Administrators
- Training from actual SharePoint professional
- Videos cover skills on SharePoint Hybrid
- Full of Demos of the functionality.
- This video package can be downloaded immediately after purchase.
Each video is recorded with full audio narration performed by SharePoint expert Jamie McAllister
SP13-319 Essential content management in SharePoint 2013 and Office 365
|Level: Intermediate||Approx Time: 3.5 hrs|
|SharePoint Videos||Duration (mm:ss)|
|1||Course topics: Essential Content Management||An overview of the course chapters and their objectives toward making different forms of content manageable in SharePoint 2013 and Office 365.||3:26|
|2||The benefits of using SharePoint for Content Management||How managing content using SharePoint solves problems with collaboration, sharing, search, organization, efficiency, etc.||6:27|
|3||Overview of SharePoint 2013 Sites||A look at the solutions that SharePoint 2013 offers for efficient Content Management in larger organizations||4:58|
|4||Introduction to SharePoint Lists||Overview of List features: Task Lists, Calendars, Custom Lists, Multiple Views, Validation, Content Approval, Item Versioning, etc.||13:34|
|5||More SharePoint Lists features||Live demo on establishing relationships between Lists and applying the integration with MS Office.||17:38|
|6||Libraries and Documents||Different features and fundamental roles that SharePoint Libraries play in the storing, managing and organizing of information||11:48|
|7||Quality control of content||A look at some of the key features on controlling the quality of content: versioning, validation, and content approval||21:49|
|8||Organizing documents: elements of Document Management||Understanding of the different types of Documents, Templates, Metadata, Storage, Permission, Creation, Review, Approval, Publication and Disposition||4:32|
|9||Essential usage of Content Types||Why Content Types are essential in the standardization process of the tagging of content across the organization||6:22|
|10||Document Management key features||An overview of main Document Management features such as Documents IDs, Version Management, Document Sets, and more||3:40|
|11||Sites Collection boundaries and Content Organizer||How to move content around and how Sites Containers work with Permissions and Content Types across different departments of an organization||3:45|
|12||Terms Sets and Managed Metadata||Creating hierarchical collection of centrally managed store of descriptive terms, Taxonomies, Folksonomies and Syndicated Content Types||11:51|
|13||Document Set characteristics||How to create single level folders that group content together and all items as a single work product||20:44|
|14||Additional Document Management functionalities and workflow||More efficient ways to organize, find, modify, share and track documents with Retention Policies, Audit, Barcodes, Labels and good practices||9:35|
|15||Security and Permissions in SharePoint 2013||How to get the best out of SharePoint 2013 Security model and maximize the benefits of using Permissions||11:41|
|16||Large scale Document Management||Scaling up and optimizing Content Management of large volumes of electronic documents in big organizations||8:05|
|17||Working with Office tools||An analysis of how Lists and Libraries from SharePoint 2013 work with tools from MS Office and improve overall Content Management||9:49|
|18||Records Management and Compliance||How to handle, store and secure documents within an organization in compliance with applicable legislations||22:29|
|19||Summary: how to manage content efficiently||A brief recap on SharePoint 2013 Sites, Lists, Libraries, Documents, Content Quality Control, Security, Permissions and more.||7:06|
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Essential Content Management: Overview
The benefits of using SharePoint for Content Management