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Managing Content

  • Steve Wright
  • Corey Erkes

Abstract

This chapter will explore the roles and responsibilities usually assigned to the Information Technology (IT) department when governing a SharePoint environment and look at how an IT department can help users manage their content. This involves creating, organizing, and updating content. But just as important as creating content in SharePoint is managing the removal of old, obsolete data. Data that is no longer needed can cause resource and performance problems as well as exposing the organization to data consistency and compliance issues. This chapter will focus on the tools provided by SharePoint to manage the entire content lifecycle.

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Site Collection Portal Site Managing Content Access Request Content Database 
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© Steve Wright and Corey Erkes 2012

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  • Steve Wright
  • Corey Erkes

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