The depth and breadth of SharePoint as a technology can be daunting to any executive managing a SharePoint technical team or pondering the next steps for an upcoming SharePoint deployment within their organization.
This book demystifies SharePoint and its potential business value with simple, non-technical answers to the everyday SharePoint questions that business executives should be asking.
SharePoint is Microsoft's fastest selling product, and from the outside has the perceived ability to do anything for anyone in any business. Microsoft SharePoint for Business Executives: Q&A Handbook is the starting point in the SharePoint knowledge process. It asks and answers the simple questions that business and technical managers should all understand about the challenges and opportunities that executives face when deploying SharePoint.
Unlike other technical SharePoint guides, "Microsoft SharePoint for Business Executives: Q&A Handbook" is the ultimate primer in SharePoint education, helping business executives understand what it can do, and preparing you to make the right decisions.
Along the way you'll learn about cloud deployment approaches, managing your first SharePoint project, as well as taking a deep dive into how to define a SharePoint strategy and governance.
With this Pocket Guide in hand, you'll be able to ask the right questions of your technical team and business stakeholders before pulling the SharePoint trigger.
"Microsoft SharePoint for Business Executives: Q&A Handbook" is a quick, non-technical reference for business executives who need to get up to speed with SharePoint and understand how to make the right decision about implementations. With an easy to absorb Q&A approach and short bite size chapters focused on defined SharePoint subjects, the book follows specific SharePoint situations drawn from real world experience, enabling you to learn from anecdotes and case studies along the way.
Who this book is for
"Microsoft SharePoint for Business Executives: Q&A Handbook" is the perfect companion for business executives or non-technical team leaders who don't want to trawl through a detailed, hands-on functionality guide to get up to speed with SharePoint. If you simply need to understand important implementation decisions or have the confidence to challenge your technical team on an approach, this book will prepare you to ask the right questions and make the right decisions.
No prior knowledge of SharePoint is required.
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About the Author
Peter Ward has worked with collaboration technology for over 20 years and is the founder of Soho Dragon Solutions, a New York based SharePoint consultancy. He has worked with some of the largest and most profitable companies in the USA, but also the small ones which he calls the Fortune 5,000,000. This is his third co-authored SharePoint book.
Pavlo Andrushkiw, MCSE, MCTS, and CTT+, has spent nearly a decade in the Microsoft space delivering complex infrastructure solutions to a plethora of clients in various verticals. In his IT career, he has already been a network engineer, systems administrator, web developer/administrator, consultant, trainer, project manager, infrastructure lead, and IT architect. His passion and enthusiasm for properly integrating Microsoft stack products has made its way into the Amazon EC2 cloud, where he now migrates and deploys complex production environments for enterprise clients.
Richard Harbridge is an internationally recognized expert in Microsoft SharePoint. He has defined, architected, developed and implemented well over a hundred SharePoint solutions from small implementations on a single server to over 80,000+ user implementations in international organizations.
He is a contributing author for the business side of NothingButSharePoint.com and is also an active facilitator for the SharePoint Business Community to enable people, groups and organizations to work more effectively; to collaborate and achieve a greater level of shared understanding around non-technical SharePoint-related challenges.
Paul Galvin has been working in the IT industry since 1991. He started as a staff programmer and began consulting in 1994 and never stopped. In 2008 he was awarded an MVP and in 2010 is acknowledged to be in a group of the 50 most influential people within the SharePoint business community.
Juan Larios is a SharePoint Architect at BrightStarr. He has an educational background in both Psychology and Computer Science that gives him a unique combination of skills. He is an experienced developer, consultant, architect and educator. In 2009 he was awarded MVP status and has been awarded every year since. His experience has led him to work with some of the largest organizations in North America as a SharePoint mentor, trainer and architect.
Michael Hinckley MCITP, MCTS, has over 10 years specializing in solution architecture for organizations that span from small businesses and global corporations. Michael is a recognized speaker and evangelist for Microsoft SharePoint and Business Intelligence stacks. His driving goal is to deliver successful and efficient Business solutions for clients
Bill Nagle is director of field operations at K2 where he helps organizations and partners realize the business value of process automation around SharePoint and other Microsoft technologies. Bill joined K2 after eight years of service at Microsoft Corporation where his career spanned the E-Business Server product groups including Commerce Server and BizTalk. Bill's interest shifted towards helping companies efficiently manage business processes while working as a Senior Consultant at Microsoft Consulting Services.