Enhancing Microsoft SharePoint for Content Integration and Storage
Presented by Theresa Kollath, Senior Director of Product Management for Content Management Solutions
The challenge – your company has or is considering standardizing on Microsoft SharePoint, making it their enterprise content management system.
Your IT department is in charge integrating multiple content repositories that are scattered throughout your organization and associated with various business applications.
You can use SharePoint business connectivity services (BCS) by writing code for each repository to view the information in SharePoint, but this approach creates a “spaghetti mess” – you’ll have to maintain large number of integration points for business users to access content and business users are always asking for more custom integration connections that can break with software updates.
Add to that, how and where will you store and archive SharePoint content and associated content outside of the SharePoint repository? What to do?
Attend this webcast to learn:
Why a content integration system is a must have for Microsoft SharePoint deployments
The benefits from horizontally integrating content from multiple data sources
How to give SharePoint users fast, easy and secure access to assorted and isolated content sources through SharePoint Web Parts
How to extend SharePoint’s search capabilities for all types and sources of content
Cost effective and performance enhancing methods of storing large volumes of SharePoint documents and associated content from multiple sources