SharePoint Document Management Described by Ed Musters

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While at DevTeach in Toronto, Richard sat down with Ed Musters to talk about document management in SharePoint. The conversation starts out exploring why SharePoint is used for document management - resisting sending files in email, better security, document control and actually knowing where everything is. Ed describes the challenges of setting up a coherent taxonomy of documents, how everything needs to be tagged and organized in a way that makes it discoverable and controlled. And the same rules apply to outward facing web sites - great taxonomies make sure the right data is shown to the right people! Ultimately, everything is a document.
 

Ed Musters, SharePoint MVP, is a SharePoint Architect for Infusion Development. Ed has instructed the exclusive Critical Path SharePoint Training courses extensively across North America over the last several years. Ed holds all certifications in SharePoint including WSS 3.0 and MOSS 2007 for Development and Administration. Ed also teaches Microsoft Official Curriculum Developer .NET training. Ed has been a featured speaker at DevReach in Sofia Bulgaria (2009/2008), at the SharePoint Summit in Montreal (2010/2009), at SharePoint Saturdays (2009) in Toronto and Birmingham, at Microsoft Tech Days 2009, at the Great Indian Developer Summit (2008) in Bangalore India, the Toronto SharePoint Camp (2010/2009), and the Toronto Code Camp (2010/2009). Ed also speaks to user groups across Canada, including Toronto, Winnipeg, Halifax, and Vancouver.
 

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