AIIM defines Document Management Systems as follows: “Document management, often referred to as Document Management Systems (DMS), is the use of a computer system and software to store, manage and track electronic documents and electronic images of paper based information captured through the use of a document scanner.” We think this definition is stylized, making too much mention of electronic documents produced by imaging. Rather, from our perspective, Document Management for SharePoint Server 2010 is all about document libraries and related policies and procedures which, when executed correctly, provide governance and form to document repositories, thereby rendering them more valuable to groups of users.
With a uniquely to-the-point style that dispenses with bobbing heads and concepts to focus specifically on computer procedures via recordings of computer screens and an audio track accompaniment read by a subject matter expert, instructional videos on SharePoint-Videos dot com cover the very same best practices alluded to by some of the leading vendors of Document Management systems for SharePoint Server 2010. We cover how to manage versions of documents, check-in and check-out procedures, and sending documents from one site collection to another. Further, we present best practices with regard to utilizing Site Columns and Content Types to define and organize content. It is important to note that mastering best practices with regards to working with Site Columns and Content Types is central to implementing a Term Store database of terms and term sets as well as to implementing Taxonomies for SharePoint Server 2010.
At a cost for an individual user of $195, a purchase of our Tutorial DVD, SharePoint 2010 Fundamentals Training, will result in a very large saving as compared to the cost of an individual, in person training course on the same subject, generally priced at almost 12 times the cost of our DVD (approximately $2500.00). This set of 27 instructional videos will also save users who are in need of specific techniques the expense of training manuals that, while rich in abstraction, are light in training on specific procedures. Further, training manuals are neither available on demand, nor in context, two powerful features of instructional videos.
For groups of users who only need the specific training included on this SharePoint 2010 Fundamentals DVD, an enterprise license at a cost of $1995.00 represents a tremendous cost savings versus the training costs otherwise necessitated to train groups via in-person, instructor lead training (simply consider that sending 10 individuals to such a class can amount to a cost of $24K or more).
Therefore, if your organization needs to learn more about document management for SharePoint 2010 Server, please review our SharePoint 2010 Fundamentals DVD offer. Please either call us at (630) 786-7026, or Contact Us. We will be happy to discuss this topic at greater length.
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