Session 2: How to Plan and Architect a Mobile-Enabled SharePoint Solution

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Presented by: Todd Baginski This session will describe and demonstrate how to plan and architect a mobile-enabled SharePoint solution. We will discuss the pros and cons of each approach and how to decide which approach works best for a given scenario. We will cover requirements gathering and documentation, creating wireframes and designs, and translating the requirements and design into architecture documentation that serves as the blueprint for the mobile-enabled SharePoint solution.

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This video is part of the Making SharePoint Mobile On Demand training.

In this eLearning class, you will learn how to create mobile-enabled SharePoint web sites.  The class will give you an understanding of all the different options you can use to create a mobile-enabled SharePoint website. We will discuss the pros and cons of each approach and how to decide which approach works best for a given scenario. 

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