Has your workplace deployed Microsoft® SharePoint® 2010, but you're still using only a fraction of the software's capabilities?
One of the best uses for SharePoint is document management. But without any more training than, "Here, put this in SharePoint" everything ends up in one place called Shared Documents. No "management" actually takes place.
Stop struggling to figure out how this is any better than a shared network folder. Join us May 24 for SharePoint Workshop: Mastering Document Management. This fast-paced 75-minute workshop will teach you and your team the skills and confidence to easily manage your documents in SharePoint.
You'll walk away from this webinar understanding:
- What network shares can't do that SharePoint can
- How to create a document library that does more than just house documents
- How to implement version control
- How workflows and content types help you maintain uniformity
- The solutions to your personal SharePoint questions, answered by a true SharePoint expert
Don't let SharePoint become just a file-server replacement. SharePoint can help bring together all your people, documents and ideas into one collaborative space … but only if you know how to use the tool correctly.
Expert Microsoft Certified Trainer Melissa Esquibel travels the country making SharePoint's powerful document management tools accessible to SharePoint veterans AND novice users. Our promise: You will walk away with better strategies for your document libraries and change processes.
Even if you're only thinking about implementing SharePoint, this session will give you an idea of just how SharePoint can address your content management needs. (The seminar is presented from SharePoint 2010, but will be largely applicable to SharePoint 2007, as well.)
Remember, people typically only use 13% of the features in their software tools. Don't waste your investment. Use these 75 minutes to learn how to maximize the document management tools in SharePoint!
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