Public-Facing SharePoint Sites

  • Steve Wright
  • Dan Bakmand-Mikalski
  • Razi bin Rais
  • Darrin Bishop
  • Matt Eddinger
  • Brian Farnhill
  • Ed Hild
  • Joerg Krause
  • Cory Loriot
  • Sahil Malik
  • Matthew McDermott
  • David Milner
  • Ed Musters
  • Tahir Naveed
  • Mark Orange
  • Doug Ortiz
  • Barry Ralston
  • Ed Richard
  • Karthick Sethunarayanan

Abstract

These are questions I get all the time in the field, usually coming from customers who have already had some level of exposure to SharePoint. Organizations have been adopting SharePoint and it’s been spreading throughout their business areas, gaining a lot of traction with users. People like what it is doing for them, so the progression to looking at it for public-facing web content is a fairly natural one.

Keywords

Ghost Lost Stopper 

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© Steve Wright, Dan Bakmand-Mikalski, Razi bin Rais, Darrin Bishop, Matt Eddinger, Brian Farnhill, Ed Hild, Joerg Krause, Cory Loriot, Sahil Malick, Matthew McDermott, David Milner, Ed Musters, Tahir Naveed, Mark Orange, Doug Ortiz, Barry Ralston, Ed Richard, Karthick Sethunarayanan 2011

Authors and Affiliations

  • Steve Wright
  • Dan Bakmand-Mikalski
  • Razi bin Rais
  • Darrin Bishop
  • Matt Eddinger
  • Brian Farnhill
  • Ed Hild
  • Joerg Krause
  • Cory Loriot
  • Sahil Malik
  • Matthew McDermott
  • David Milner
  • Ed Musters
  • Tahir Naveed
  • Mark Orange
  • Doug Ortiz
  • Barry Ralston
  • Ed Richard
  • Karthick Sethunarayanan

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