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Managed Metadata and Enterprise Content Management in SharePoint 2013


Wednesday, December 4, 2013 from 11:00 AM to 3:00 PM (EST)

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This workshop is intended for enterprise architects and content managers looking to optimize the user experience for document-centric collaboration in SharePoint and Office 365. 

As SharePoint explodes in enterprise capacity, big data often results in a lot of big noise, too.   Managed Metadata and Enterprise Content Management provide tools and analysis to help you separate valuable signals from all the useless background static. SharePoint does a lot more out of the box to drive collaboration and content management than “just” file storage – and metadata is the fuel for robust ECM solutions that don’t require custom code.

Note: Seats are limited in this class and it usually sells out fast. Please register soon if you plan to attend.

This is a jam-packed class with Lots of real world information and demonstrations taught by Chris McNulty, Microsoft SharePoint MVP, and author of the “SharePoint 2013 Consultant’s Handbook” and other books.

Bonus materials: You never walk out empty handed from our classes. We provide you with deliverables / files you can use right away in your environment. Deliverables of this class include:

  1. Sample document taxonomy
  2. Excel taxonomy creation tool

All included in the price of the class!

Chris McNulty

Class Outline

Information Architecture and Infrastructure

In this module, we’ll introduce the key business value and use cases addressed by the Managed Metadata Service.  We’ll take a look at how to create, manage and use taxonomy for document classification, and how to establish and publish content types.


Tags and Folksonomy

MMS also supports user drive social tagging, keywords, and hashtags – otherwise known as folksonomy”.  SharePoint 2010 and 2013 have different approaches to social tags, so we’ll look at best practices for tagging and newsfeed integration in each environment.

Enterprise Content Management and Classification

Classification needs to have a practical use, otherwise why bother?  One of the best uses is enterprise content management.  We'll run through the range of solutions, starting with classic authoring, versioning and approvals.  From there, we'll move through real world best practices, rules based content organizers, records management and eDiscovery, and Information Lifecycle Management. 

Advanced ECM and Taxonomy

In this module, we’ll use a combination of taxonomy services and ECM to build three specific solutions:

  • Information publishing with dynamic document retention driven by MMS properties
  • Dynamic information “storefronts” that allow navigation through enterprise content to be driven by taxonomy and metadata, and not by site structure
  • User refinable enterprise search

MMS Design and Best Practices

In this module, attendees will learn best practices for managing MMS and driving user adoption.  MMS embodies a broad range of functions, but not all are equally applicable to all settings.  We’ll conclude by reviewing the role of MMS in simple and complex upgrades to 2013.

Have questions about Managed Metadata and Enterprise Content Management in SharePoint 2013? Contact VisualSP


Wednesday, December 4, 2013 from 11:00 AM to 3:00 PM (EST)

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VisualSP (established in 2004) is focused on empowering information workers, technical decision makers, administrators and developers in corporate environments with the SharePoint knowledge they need to be successful. Our goal has been to promote sustainable SharePoint adoption through education and support.

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