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New SharePoint book highlights ECM best practices

by | Sep 30, 2011

In response to the growing popularity of Microsoft SharePoint 2010 to fulfill enterprise content management needs, a new book may help companies maximize the software’s potential.

SharePoint Server 2010 Enterprise Content Management from Wrox Publishing is authored by SharePoint experts Chris Caplinger, Brett Grego, Russ Houberg and Todd Kitta.

“This book takes a comprehensive look at how to optimize SharePoint 2010 for rich document management, records management, business process management and web content management,” said Wrox Publishing. “The authors provide real-world examples and code samples that build upon the ECM capabilities included in SharePoint Server 2010.”

SharePoint adoption continues to grow among enterprises to further their collaboration needs. As a result, the software is expected to increase in importance in the future.

According to a recent study conducted by IT staffing firm Robert Half Technology, more than half of the 1,400 chief information officers surveyed said SharePoint and other real-time communication options are expected to surpass standard email in terms of importance during the next five years.

John Reed, executive director of Robert Half Technology, said that companies are looking for employees to properly deploy these communication tools, so others are encouraged to become educated in this field.