Based on on-premise environment
Duration – 2 days
Organizing information in SharePoint
It is an introduction to SharePoint and lays the foundation for important terminology and concepts explored in the following chapters.
Working with sites and site collections
The fundamental components of any SharePoint environment are its sites. These work areas contain all the components for effective collaboration, communication, and document management. We will work on team site, community site and project site examples.
Working with apps based on list. This part introduces one of the core mechanisms for sharing and organizing content in a SharePoint site. You will review what “list” apps are and how they are used, and then explore the various types that exist in SharePoint 2016.
Working with apps based on library. After reviewing some of the fundamental concepts relating to lists, this module introduces the other major storage mechanism in SharePoint, known as “libraries”.
Managing and customizing lists and libraries. SharePoint apps for lists and libraries provide a great starting point for collaboration and information sharing. This module shows how you can extend these base templates to address an organization’s specific requirements for a collaborative site or information management tool.
Working with web parts. Web parts are an important element in SharePoint because they enable teams to present information on their sites to users in many different ways. This module explores the various groups of Web Parts that exist in SharePoint 2016, and gives examples on how specific types of Web Parts can be configured and used to present information in a desired manner.
Working with content types. Most organizations have documents that use consistent templates, processes, and policies each time they are created. Therefore, SharePoint has content types, which allow an organization to package templates and information to ensure that reusable components are rolled out in the organization to enforce consistency and ease of use.
Managing permissions. Effective management of users is of ultimate importance to any information system. The two primary tiers of effective user management are securing content and personalizing information on the portal. There will be explained in simple terms how to effectively secure a SharePoint environment at the site level, the list or library level, and down to the unique content items stored on a SharePoint site. In addition, module introduces personalization to ensure that readers understand how to effectively target information to users in a SharePoint.
|Pradžios data||Trukmė, d.||Kurso pavadinimas||Kaina, €||Statusas|
|2019.02.11||5||20331: Core Solutions of Microsoft SharePoint Server 2013||1500|
|2019.03.18||5||20332: Advanced Solutions of Microsoft SharePoint Server 2013||1500|
|2019.03.18||2||SharePoint 2016 for Professional Users||440|