SharePoint 2013: Managed Metadata and Content Management DVDThis course is intended for enterprise architects and content managers looking to optimize the user experience for document-centric collaboration in SharePoint and Office 365.
As SharePoint explodes in enterprise capacity, big data often results in a lot of big noise, too. Managed Metadata and Enterprise Content Management provide tools and analysis to help you separate valuable signals from all the useless background static. SharePoint does a lot more out of the box to drive collaboration and content management than “just” file storage – and metadata is the fuel for robust ECM solutions that don’t require custom code.
Each video is recorded with full audio narration performed by SharePoint expert Chris McNulty.
- Training from actual SharePoint professional
- Videos cover skills on Managed Metadata and Content Management in SharePoint 2013
- Full of Demos of the functionality.
- This video package can be downloaded immediately after purchase.
|SP13-313 SharePoint 2013: Managed Metadata and Content Management Video Training DVD|
|Level: Intermediate||Approx Time: 3.5 hrs|
|SharePoint Videos||Duration (mm:ss)|
|1||Managed Metadata topics overview||Introduction to the modules and the key components of information management in SharePoint 2013.||3:46|
|2||Understanding metadata||What is metadata and how does it describe information in SharePoint 2013?||6:19|
|3||SharePoint 2013 content terminology||Understanding of terminology such as taxonomy, folksonomy, content type syndication and more.||6:31|
|4||Growth of information architecture||Introduction to the key business value and the importance of Managed Metadata Service in SharePoint 2013.||7:37|
|5||SharePoint 2013 Managed Metadata Service||How managed metadata and enterprise content management help separate valuable signals from useless noise.||6:45|
|6||Shared Service Applications||Managed Metadata Service using independent Shared Service Applications in SharePoint 2013.||5:26|
|7||Using Managed Metadata Service taxonomy in SharePoint 2013||Understanding taxonomy in Managed Metadata Service from the user perspective.||3:58|
|8||Taxonomy administration and operations||SharePoint 2013 interface on managing terms, attaching to a library,taxonomy navigation and search.||6:13|
|9||Taxonomies demo||How taxonomies work in real case scenarios within SharePoint 2013.||24:19|
|10||Enterprise metadata management in SharePoint 2013||Overview on the main capabilities and new enhancements in SharePoint 2013.||16:26|
|11||Building taxonomies for SharePoint 2013||A look at properties, terms and the optimal way of building taxonomies.||12:17|
|12||Social and folksonomy concepts in SharePoint 2013||How social tagging, keywords, hashtags and newsfeed are used in Managed Metadata Service.||6:30|
|13||Keywords, hashtags and newsfeed demo||How to add managed keywords to library, create social tags and work with newsfeed in SharePoint 2013.||22:13|
|14||Enterprise Content Type Hubs in SharePoint 2013||An intelligent way to create, establish and publish content types.||11:05|
|15||Enterprise content management in SharePoint 2013||Comprehensive discussion on a range of solutions such as authoring, versioning and approvals.||15:14|
|16||Rules-based routing & record management in SharePoint 2013||How to establish a Record Center and use rules to move content to the right place.||7:28|
|17||Information lifecycle management & web content management in SharePoint 2013||Content deployment paths and the application of rules based on timing.||22:09|
|18||Document routing and retention||Using information lifecycle management policies and managed metadata to route and retain documents in SharePoint 2013.||10:24|
|19||Best practices and closing concepts||A look on the right ways to work with Managed Metadata Service and driving user adoption in SharePoint 2013.||9:37|
|20||Questions and answers for Managed Metadata course||Some clarification on libraries, metadata, migration and more in SharePoint 2013.||7:15|