Demystifying SharePoint 2013 Search for Administrators - On Demand

Price: $199.00

Presented by Matt McDermott

Running Time: 191 minutes

This class is for the SharePoint 2013 administrator who wants to learn how to manage, maintain, and improve the search experience for users. SharePoint 2013 has many new features available to administrators who are eager to help their users find what they seek, and this class will show you how.

We will discuss the features and capabilities of SharePoint Search and how to manage and deploy search with Windows PowerShell. You will learn how to manage the SharePoint Search topology, Content Sources, and connections to external systems like Business Connectivity Services. Finally, this class will introduce the concepts of the Search Center and how it can be tailored to present search results in a meaningful way.

What you will learn:

-Key features and improvements in Search in SharePoint 2013
-How to administer SharePoint 2013 Search Service Application
-How to improve the SharePoint 2013 Search Center



Matt McDermott is a founder and director at Aptillon, Inc., an eight-time Microsoft SharePoint Server MVP and part-time trainer for Critical Path Training. Matthew specializes in SharePoint Integration, Strategy, and Implementation Consulting, helping his clients solve business problems with SharePoint. Matthew is a speaker, content author, blogger, and specialist in SharePoint technologies focused on web content management, collaboration, search, and social computing.

Matthew’s free time is spent as a canine handler for K9 Search Austin, a volunteer K9 search team serving the FBI and Austin & San Antonio Police Departments. An accomplished cook and bartender, in his spare time Matt spends as much time with his wife as his dog will allow.


Twitter: @MatthewMcD

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