Does Taxonomy Management within Microsoft SharePoint Always Need to be Painful?

It is a known pain point for companies who have adopted SharePoint that there is no ‘out of the box’ feature for classifying the ever growing content that they have across multiple sites. As more companies adopt SharePoint globally, the grunts of pain are becoming louder and louder and we certainly hear them and are working with our customers to ease that pain.

For an introduction to Dow Jones’ taxonomy services and a better understanding of the use and benefits of taxonomies within a SharePoint implementation, attend our upcoming Webinar on Thursday, September 11th. Entitled Taxonomy and SharePoint: A Powerful Combination. During this session you will learn some of the basic ways to manage controlled vocabularies using standard out of the box features that you can use immediately as well as learn about our upcoming Synaptica integration into SharePoint.

September 11, 2008 1112pm : Webinar: Taxonomy and SharePoint: A Powerful Combination
Webinar: Taxonomy and SharePoint: A Powerful Combination
Date: September 11, 2008
Time: 11:00 – 12:00 EST
Register Now.

SharePoint helps your organization connect people to business critical information and expertise in order to increase productivity and reduce information overload by providing your employees the ability to find relevant content in a wide range of repositories and formats. Understanding and using Taxonomies within a SharePoint implementation to help users find content, is an essential part of ensuring a successful SharePoint deployment. A Taxonomy can range from quite simple to very complex. In this session we will cover the basics of evaluating what you can do to create a simple taxonomy that will yield the most benefits for your SharePoint implementations. In this session you will learn a range of Best Practices, from the basics of building a taxonomy to the implementation of a taxonomy within a SharePoint site.

Recorded Webinar Available from this session on demand

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