This book describes and demonstrates practical techniques to get good results with the basic SharePoint toolset.
You will apply tested methods, templates, and examples to build your portal. This book will you save money and time as you create a portal that works. If you know your tools, use templates, and involve users, you can get good, fast, and inexpensive results.
Building a SharePoint portal is like building that float house. We have a foundation—a platform—to start with, and a collection of tools and materials to build what’s needed. With SharePoint we have lists, libraries, wiki pages, and permissions structures that we can pull out-of-the-box.
And, like my dad did with the float house, you will involve your users in the vision and design such that they feel a sense of ownership and are eager to use the result.
In this book, core concepts are explained through description and anecdotes. And in the full (paid) version, the companion Office 365 site provides real examples and downloadable templates for you to copy and use as you wish.
Please let me know what you think of this book; it and the results it may achieve are a collaboration between myself, my clients, and you.