Book Review: Essential SharePoint 2007 by Scott Jamison and others


This book fills a niche that has long been lacking in the SharePoint space. Where most books are targeted exclusively to developers or administrators, this book takes a fresh approach and focuses on the business impact of the technology. This book contains all the things you never find in most SharePoint books. How to roll out the technology so that end-users will use it, how to construct the taxonomy, what planning needs to be performed to increase the likelihood of success. Scott's approach creates a book that any business decision maker will want to read whose organization is considering SharePoint. More impressively, this is a book that developers and administrators should read to gain insight on how to make sure their implementations won't fail. Scott wealth of experience working with customers and implementations shines through. Great work! Here is a link to amazon: http://www.amazon.com/Essential-SharePoint-2007-Scott-Jamison/dp/0321421744/ref=pd_bbs_sr_1/102-4916604-4874568?ie=UTF8&s=books&qid=1186149930&sr=8-1.

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