Managing SharePoint in an Enterprise Environment
Planning is a very important part of any project. Without a good plan, you could find yourself without essential components that could leave you with a poorly performing infrastructure that is hard to manage. It is always a good idea to plan your implementation for optimal performance, scale, and manageability.
Knowing your logical structure and approximate sizing, as well as reliability and performance needs, can save your company money when purchasing any necessary new hardware. Keep in mind that if you are upgrading, newer SharePoint technologies consume more resources than previous versions. Included below is a link to help you with the planning for the implementation of Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007.
Scott Bishop is a consultant, trainer, and troubleshooter on multiple IT platforms. He has over 10 years of experience troubleshooting and designing computer systems and computer infrastructure. He has performed extensive troubleshooting in corporate environments including, but not limited to, all versions of Windows and Mac, with some Linux/UNIX. He is a Microsoft-certified trainer and engineer who has been employed, trained, and consulted for the City of Jacksonville, America Online/Time Warner, National Safety Council, Lockheed Martin, NEFAR, Ponte Vedra Chamber of Commerce, multiple Hospital and Medical offices with strong emphasis on HIPPA, including over a hundred more small- and medium-sized businesses.
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