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Posted By:      Posted Date: September 20, 2010    Points: 0   Category :SharePoint

I work for a community hospital with a Win 2003 domain. I am setting up a testbed for Sharepoint 2007 to see if it would useful for our hospital users.

It seems to me that the install of Sharepoint is not difficult. The real difficulty comes after the setup in determining how information should be organized to best suite your users. I have the admin reference for Sharepoint and it goes into some of how to organize info but it is very general.

Is there a reference, or even better a case study, of the options of info organization for Sharepoint? i.e. after install what kind of questions should I be asking of users to how info should be organized and what Sharepoint services would be most useful??


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