Proven Practices for Upgrading and Migrating to SharePoint Server 2010
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Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010 is already transforming the way organizations are connecting their knowledge workers, business processes, and enterprise-wide content worldwide. With new features including enhanced scalability, vastly improved records management, enterprise-level metadata, content type hubs, content organization, and simplified application development, the platform is firmly positioning itself as the ideal technology for organizations to launch vital initiatives – including enterprise content management, web content management, and company-wide collaboration. 

Before organizations make the jump to Microsoft’s latest platform release, there are major points to take into consideration. A move to SharePoint Server 2010 means organizations will have to upgrade various portions of their operating systems and databases. There are also considerations for the different ways in which organizations can make the jump to SharePoint Server 2010 – be it through upgrade, migration, or exposing content from various legacy systems without migrating the content directly into SharePoint via connection.

Continue reading to learn more about the proven practices for upgrading and migrating to SharePoint Server 2010.

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