Fabian Williams writing in EndUserSharePoint.com discusses Managed Metadata in SharePoint 2010, including its impact on taxonomy, navigation and aearch. The article is split into two parts: “Focusing on Managed Metadata, Term Store, Navigation and Search” and “Focusing on Content Organizer, Routing Rules, Content Types and Search“. In the first article, he takes users through a series of practical steps via a training exercise setting up a SharePoint implementation for an example company:
“So, if you are a regular reader of my blogs, you already know that I try my very best to put some kind of Use/Business case or a story around the technology I am trying to showcase. This time my only difficulty was to take what I am actually doing in SharePoint 2010 Proof of Concept and replicate it in my Lab so it obscures the real work and the identity of the client. Not too hard right, just a lot of duplication of effort, but you know what they say about practice…” [Read More]
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