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Aug 28 2013   7:28PM GMT

Book giveaway: Essential SharePoint 2013

Michael Tidmarsh Michael Tidmarsh Profile: Michael Tidmarsh

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Microsoft SharePoint is a place where you can store, organize, share and access information from almost any device. And if your business is using Microsoft SharePoint 2013, you’re in luck as we’re giving away a copy of Scott Jamison, Susan Hanley and Chris Bortlik’s book, Essential SharePoint 2013: Practical Guidance for Meaningful Business Results, 3rd Edition. This book will help you align SharePoint projects with your business strategy to deliver successful results. We have an excerpt of the book on our IT Bookworm blog.

To win the book, tell us your favorite feature when it comes to Microsoft SharePoint. Good luck!

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  • AndreaF
    I'm not sure that there is one specific feature of Microsoft SharePoint that is my favorite - I love the flexibility of it all. When we get a request to set up a shared calendar for one group, a document repository for another group, a Help Desk area where staff can find solutions for known issues, or a place to post announcements.....SharePoint does it all. We are just in the process of upgrading from SharePoint 2007 to the 2013 version, and it surely is a difference - but one we are excited about. (The book would be a bonus ;-)
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  • Jaideep Khanduja
    We are using sharepoint 2007 for various effective purposes - for content management, for collaboration, for alerts and escalations, for calendar, for role based document sharing and so on. In my previous company we had built a real time portal on sharepoint that was accessed by our offices in various countries. We had built it for European region where any office in country A requiring some items that are critical, would login to this portal to see which other countries around have the stocks along with its ageing, thereby enabling them to send a request for those items and quantities. 

    Moving from 2007 to 2013 is a dream, which might come true with the help of this book that is supposed to provide more innovative ideas where all we can use this powerful tool.
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  • Michael Tidmarsh
    Congratulations AndreaF, you have won the book! Watch out for an email from me so I can send it to you.
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  • AndreaF
    Many thanks Michael! I had some trouble with the email account I used here, and have just switched my account over to a different email account, which I replied from. AndreaF
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