Portals in Action: Connect people, processes, and information
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Do your employees spend too much time each day searching for the data they need? Is it difficult for teams to collaborate on projects and share best practices? Do managers lack the information they need to make good, timely decisions? Enterprise organizations have large data repositories, but often don’t have a central place to store this information. Join us for a series of 30-minute live and on-demand webcasts and discover how Microsoft’s comprehensive portal offering helps organizations connect people, teams, and information so they save time and work together more productively.
Microsoft Executive Circle Webcast: SharePoint Deployment from Test to Production
Tuesday, June 21, 2005 – 10:00 AM – 11:00 AM Pacific Time
Todd Bleeker, PhD, CTO, Mindsharp
Are you considering moving your SharePoint from one environment to another? Deploying technical or end-user changes from one SharePoint environment to another can be challenging. There are a handful of tools that can help, but a good plan is essential. Your administrators and developers will only be successful if you understand the universe of potential bits to move. Moving new Web Parts from Test to Production is pretty straight forward. But what about moving an entire Site Collection, overlaying a Site Definition, alternating web.config files, adding columns to an existing SharePoint list/library, or moving actual SharePoint list/library data? Join us to learn the best practices and pitfalls of deploying Microsoft Office SharePoint Portal Server bits and other assets from environment to environment.
TechNet Webcast: Microsoft Operations Manager (MOM) 2005 at MSN—Using MOM 2005 to Monitor One of the Largest Web Portals in the World (Level 300)
Tuesday, June 14, 2005 – 9:30 AM-11:00 AM Pacific Time
Baelson Duque, Program Manager – WEMD, Microsoft
If you’ve ever wanted to learn how Microsoft does IT, you won’t want to miss this informative webcast. See how Microsoft Operations Manager 2005 is used to support the unique business requirements of MSN®, Hotmail®, and Passport through proactive monitoring and alerting.
Microsoft Small Business Webcast: Tools for Your Job (Part 1 of 2): Managing Information and Tracking Project Changes (Level 100)
Wednesday, June 1, 2005 – 9:00 AM – 10:00 AM Pacific Time
Neketa Argrow, Business Development Manager, Microsoft
Learn how your team can use Microsoft Windows SharePoint Services to create an intranet site that provides features to help track project changes efficiently and reliably. This webcast shows you how to save all of your team’s data in one location. Join us for this 60-minute webcast to learn how to manage information and track project changes.