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A majority of my SharePoint posts up until this point have been very focused on the “engineering” of a SharePoint infrastructure. While this is obviously very important I thought I would jump forward about 30 steps and talk about building a successful SharePoint site. (This post does assume that when you are ready to start you do have a functioning SharePoint environment running.)
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Guest Author: Christian Buckley http://buckleyplanet.net One of the most common questions surrounding metadata and taxonomy management is How do you begin? As with most user-driven technologies, SharePoint is often unleashed without proper planning or governance structures, and most administrators find themselves needing to retroactively apply standards across their environment. Companies tend to hoard information and may find themselves overwhelmed by the disorganization and how to even begin the process to get things under control. Without proper management, search becomes ineffective, content become silos hidden behind team sites (or even within team sites), and user satisfaction plummets. Unfortunately, there is no easy button to fix this problem and its not a problem unique to SharePoint.
Published: May 12, 2010 Microsoft SharePoint Foundation 2010 sites are made up of a site collection, which is a hierarchical structure that includes one top-level site and any sites below it. This article describes the process and important considerations for planning SharePoint Foundation 2010 sites and site collections, and it recommends a method for recording your site structure decisions. For information about sites and site collections, and the site templates that are used to create sites in SharePoint Foundation 2010, see Sites and site collections overview (SharePoint Foundation 2010) .