Tim Jones

Tim
Jones

Tim Jones is a web developer at Bracewell & Giuliani. He has specialized in database design, extranets, server-side applications, and systems integration for more than 10 years. Tim blogs about software development at simplyaprogrammer.com.

Articles
Using SharePoint for Extranets - 10 Sep 2008
Executive Summary: An extranet is a network that companies use to exchange information with clients, customers, or business partners.Because of its ease of use, document management capabilities, security, search, and change notification, Microsoft SharePoint has emerged as one of the top platforms on which to build an extranet.

I recently finished an extranet system implementation using Windows SharePoint Services (WSS) 3.0.

Using SharePoint for Extranets - 27 Aug 2008 3
Learn about extranets and how to set one up using the SharePoint platform.
FBA: the Downside
Find out what you should know before selecting FBA as your extranet authentication method.
Content Databases for Extranets
Learn these best practices for managing your extranet's content databases.
SharePoint Extranets: WSS or MOSS
Determine whether WSS 3.0 or MOSS 2007 is the best extranet platform for you.
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