[Asis-l] Free event: Building Dynamic Sites in SharePoint - The Role of Taxonomy and Information Architecture
Sharon.Foley at earley.com
Wed Oct 12 09:45:24 EDT 2011
Register for this event here: http://tinyurl.com/3ssmrvc
October 13, 2011 @ 1:00PM EDT
This week is the fourth and final session of our very successful Jumpstart series on Content Choreography. Content Choreography is the arrangement and manipulation of all actions leading up to events of Dynamic Content Presentation.
In our first three sessions we've examined this idea from every possible angle. If you would like to view video replays of each session you can do so here: http://tinyurl.com/3twz6wv
Now, in this last session you can see how all of the pieces fit together. Take a walk with us through a fascinating SharePoint case study that demonstrates a powerful and practical example of dynamic content management and content choreography that leverages taxonomy, workflow, content lifecycles, metadata, integration with ERP systems and digital asset management. We also look at third party tools that enable more effective search and contextualization of SharePoint content.
If you've been wondering how all of this works in Real Life, you do not want to miss this session. If you could make time to attend just one webinar this quarter, I think this is the ONE you don't want to miss.
Register here: http://tinyurl.com/3ssmrvc
See you there!
EARLEY & ASSOCIATES, Inc.
Email: sharon.foley at earley.com
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