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Governance: A SharePoint NecessityGovernance: A SharePoint Necessity

Governance is, without doubt, a big, hairy topic, but it’s made worse because the community has blurred concepts of governance with concepts of management. The way you deploy, secure, configure, and audit a service is—in services outside of SharePoint—called management. These are operational issues and one of the major concerns in operations is making operations more manageable—more automated.

Greg Shields on VirtualizationGreg Shields on Virtualization

No matter how long you may have been using VMware vSphere—VMware’s cloud computing virtualization operating system—questions undoubtedly still arise. You might find the answer you’re looking for in this collection of FAQs by Greg Shields.

HTML5 Jump StartHTML5 Jump Start

This is an exciting time to be a web developer! Whether you are building public-facing website applications or creating internal sites for your company, HTML5 has much to offer in providing sorely needed features that are native to the browser. With growing support among all the major browsers and with new sites emerging that consistently use it, HTML5 is a must-visit technology for any serious web developer today.This eBook, with chapters written by five HTML5 experts, is designed to jump start you into using HTML5.

Implementing and Getting Started with System Center 2012Implementing and Getting Started with System Center 2012

The Microsoft System Center suite—which includes Orchestrator, Operations Manager, App Controller, Virtual Machine Manager, Configuration Manager, Endpoint Protection, Service Manager, and Data Protection Manager—recently underwent a major overhaul. System Center 2012 is a comprehensive solution that can help you configure and manage applications, services, computers, and virtual machines in your enterprise, but it can be a daunting task to get it configured and humming along perfectly.

5 Years of Power ToolsMark Minasi’s 5 Years of Power Tools

Learn how to exploit the most useful—and often overlooked—Windows power tools. This eBook includes comprehensive advice on how to save time and money managing your Windows environment using command-line utilities, each one hand-selected by Mark Minasi. You’ll discover more than 60 tips to administer, optimize, and secure your Windows environment.

Mel Beckman's Virtualization Decision Support GuideMel Beckman's Virtualization Decision Support Guide

Virtualization technologies come in several varieties, the three most popular being server, storage, and user interface. Each offers many options, and choosing the right options for your application is critical to achieving project success. This first article in our Virtualization Decision Support guide leads you through the landscape of server virtualization features and capabilities, pointing out a few pitfalls along the way.

Pocket Guide to Business Intelligence

The latest eBook from the editors at SQL Server Magazine. Our BI experts share solutions to common problems that you’ll encounter using SQL Server’s BI features. You’ll learn how to create better reports, dimensions, and data repositories, plus discover new ways to leverage Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 and Microsoft Excel in your BI strategy. Our experts will also help you uncover how to get the most out of features like Reporting Services, SSRS and MOSS, and SSAS.

Pocket Guide to Configuring and Troubleshooting DNS

This essential primer traces the history of DNS through the evolution of Windows Server, from Windows NT 3.51 to the present, illuminating how the product has become an essential component of AD implementation and the Internet. DNS has experienced some growing pains, and expert authors like Mark Minasi and Mark Burnett have gone the extra mile to help you get past the most common misconfigurations and gotchas while providing the fundamentals about configuring, installing, customizing, and troubleshooting the many facets of DNS.

Pocket Guide to Data Warehousing

BI expert and SQL Server Magazine author Michelle Poolet covers a myriad of topics in this downloadable guide. You’ll learn about the characteristics and benefits of implementing a star schema in your organization. Plus, you’ll discover the differences between dimensional and entity relationship data warehouse models, and how to design and use essential data warehouse components, including fact tables and dimensions.

Pocket Guide to Integrating Outlook and Sharepoint

You already know how useful SharePoint is as a collaboration and document management tool. Now, discover how much more useful it can be by integrating it with Microsoft Office Outlook 2007. When you combine Windows SharePoint Services (WSS) 3.0 or Microsoft Office SharePoint Server (MOSS) 2007 with Outlook 2007, you get a sophisticated way to work offline with SharePoint data.

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