Monday, March 27, 2006

Best Practices for Developing and Deploying Web Parts for SharePoint Sites (Level 300)

Get on the fast track. This webcast will outline lessons learned and advocate best practices for coding, testing, deploying, and managing Web Parts, fetching data asynchronously, managing state, and much more. This session assumes that attendees are already familiar with building basic Web parts, as well as accessing Web services and database content from Microsoft ASP.NET

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Sunday, March 26, 2006

TechNet Webcast: How Microsoft IT Manages SharePoint Disaster and Recovery (Level 300)

Get a deep insight into how Microsoft IT protects intellectual property at Microsoft that is stored in Microsoft SharePoint Portal Server. This webcast covers the backup/restore architecture and configuration supporting six terabytes of content stored on SharePoint Portal Servers located in four datacenters around the world. We also cover Microsoft IT processes for recovering single documents, webs, sitecollections, databases, Microsoft Windows SharePoint Service Farms, and SharePoint Portal Server Portals and Farms.

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Saturday, March 25, 2006

Microsoft Enterprise Content Management White Paper

Enterprise Content Management (ECM) has become a strategic imperative for most organizations. Businesses are seeing a huge explosion of structured and unstructured information that includes documents, e-mail messages, voice mail, and video.

This white paper examines the state of content chaos and provides a view of the major factors that drive the development of ECM solutions. It reviews the challenges of making information quickly and easily available to users of all levels and in preserving that information for audit and compliance purposes.

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TechNet Webcast: Extreme Scalability Strategies for Windows SharePoint Services (Level 400)

Windows SharePoint Services technology in Microsoft Windows Server 2003 can be easily deployed as a local collaboration solution. But what happens when that workgroup collaboration solution is adopted by dozens of business units, and it becomes a mission-critical enterprise application? In this webcast, we discuss performance tuning, capacity planning, and system fault tolerance. Learn which elements are under your control and which are mandated by the platform. We show you how to test and model the behavior of systems running Windows SharePoint Services applications and how to use this information to deploy collaborative solutions to the enterprise. Application architecture plans and code walkthroughs are also included in this session.

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TechNet Webcast: Preparing for Web Content Management with Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 (Level 200)

Many organizations are currently managing their Web content with Microsoft Content Management Server 2002. The new Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 handles many of the capabilities previously performed by Content Management Server while taking advantage of SharePoint foundation technologies that combine both document management and Web content management. In this webcast, learn about these new content management features and the various tools and resources that are available to help customers migrate their existing Content Management Server projects to Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007.

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