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 Training Module:
SharePoint 2010 Power User Training
Duration : 2 Days

Hands-On Lab:We will provideMicrosoft SharePoint Server 2010 Training Enterprise Virtual Machine Infrastructure :

SharePoint Server 2010 Overview

Overview of SharePoint 2010 and the six pillars Overview of various SharePoint 2010 Features and Web Parts
Overview of Site Administration Overview of SharePoint Designer 2010 and other tools for power users

Collaboration Portals:-
Covers the services required of any collaboration portal and how Office SharePoint Server can provide those services encompassing several technologies to present a well rounded and flexible portal that can meet your various business requirements and technology platform scalability needs. You also learn how to design and implement the three primary functions of an enterprise collaboration publishing portal with the enhancements provided by SharePoint Server 2010.

Overview of the SharePoint Information ArchitectureRibbon UI
SharePoint Workspace and Mobility Collaboration Sites
Common web parts and listsDocument Workspaces
Meeting Workspaces

SharePoint for Communities:

Tagging, Rating, Tag Cloud Wiki and Blog Sites Profiles and Expertise Activity FeedsMy Sites Org Browser Social Bookmarking

SharePoint Lists and Business Data Management:-

SharePoint Lists serve as the structure for calendars, discussion boards, contacts, and tasks in SharePoint 2010. This module explains the concept of lists, and then reviews popular out-of-the-box options. The operative differences of each option are highlighted through Instructor-led demonstrations. Students learn effective ways to use and contribute to lists. Demonstrations of filters and views highlight usability and efficiency.

  • How to Add and Modify Content
  • Overview of Default Lists and List Templates
  • Add, Modify, and Delete Content in SharePoint 2010 Lists
  • Sort, Group and Filter Content
  • Advanced List Features
  • Create and Manage Views
  • List Settings and Permission Management
  • RSS and Alerts on Lists and Document Libraries
  • Security Trimming and Audience Targeting
  • Use Default and Custom Views
  • Create and Manage Site Columns
  • Connect a List to Microsoft Outlook, Excel, SharePoint Workspace and Access

Site and Site Collection Administration

This module provides insight into the structure of a site collection and highlights site owner responsibilities. Analysis and differentiation of basic pages, Web Part pages, and sub sites provide participants with awareness of the function and potential uses of each component.

  • Introduction to Site Administration
  • Understanding Site Collection Components
  • Review of Site Owner Roles and Responsibilities
  • Introduction to Site Administration Settings
  • Manage Regional Settings
  • View Site Usage Data
  • Manage User Alerts
  • Manage RSS Usage
  • Manage Sites and Workspaces
  • Site Feature
  • Manage Wiki and Blog Sites
  • Create Sites and Web Pages

    SharePoint 2010 site collections are composed of sites, basic pages, and Web Part pages. In this module students create each of these components to develop an enhanced understanding of each item’s function and appropriate use.

    • Create New Sites
    • Create Basic Pages and Web Part Pages
    • Manage the Look and Feel of Sites
    • Customize navigational settings, site descriptors, and themes
    • Customize Site Title, Description, and Icon
    • Configure Navigation Settings
    • Left Navigation Panel Options
    • Apply Site Themes

      Content Types

      The building blocks of SharePoint Technologies are Content Types. This module introduces and demonstrates how to create, administrate, and implement content types.

      • Understand what content types and features are and how you can use them to add functionality to your SharePoint deployment to deliver a robust and scalable Information Architecture

        Create and deploy content types throughout sites and site collections

      • Leverage content types for enhancing search and taxonomy through SharePoint sites and lists

      Enterprise Search

      Basic and intermediate skills necessary to successfully administer, configure, and deploy a robust search environment in SharePoint 2010 Server.

      Overview and history of Search - Internet Search vs. Enterprise Search

      • Relevance improvements in Search 2010
      • Social Relevance, Phonetic Search, Navigation
      • SharePoint 2010 Enterprise Search architecture
      • Search Keywords, Scopes, Reporting and Best Bests
      • Search Alerts, iFilters
      • Enterprise Search operations including FAST
      • Workflows

        Covers workflows, and then looks at the workflows that are built-in as part of the default SharePoint Server 2010 installation. We examine how to effectively use workflows and apply them to content throughout sites and site collections. This module also looks at how you can extend and create custom, code-free, workflows using SharePoint Designer 2010

        • How to use workflows to enhance business processes and standard operating procedures
        • Learn how to associate workflows with content throughout SharePoint sites and lists
        • Create workflows using the default workflows and extend workflows using SharePoint Designer 2010

        Document Management

        Customizing and managing document libraries including adding content types, workflows, and versioning

         

        Overview of Document Libraries

        • Create and Upload Documents
        • View and Edit Documents and Document Properties