What You Can Do To Get Ready For Sharepoint 2010

Few details have been revealed about Sharepoint 2010, save for the system requirements that it will require for upgrade. Details will be forthcoming at the upcoming Sharepoint Conference. In the meantime, there are a lot of things you can do to prepare for the release. Mike Gannotti discusses a number of considerations when upgrading to Sharepoint 2010.

Sharepoint Joel gives a thorough look at how you can prepare for Sharepoint 2010:

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Here’s a two-part series by Mauro Cardarelli about getting ready for Sharepoint 2010: In part 1, Cardarelli looks at inventory issues to consider, including your infrastructure, environments, third party tools and the vision you see for Sharepoint evolving and growing. In part 2, Cardarelli explore the importance of education as Sharepoint 2010 will have a number of social software enhancements. The old days of knowledge management are over. With Sharepoint 2010, everyone will be a consumer and a producer of corporate knowledge. Bjørn Furuknaps published a first look on Friday about Sharepoint 2010 Designer Workflows. Looks like some important UI changes have been made. The Sharepoint Dev Wiki provides weekly round ups about Sharepoint 2010. There are a number of other resources out there about Sharepoint 2010. Alltop has an excellent collection of blogs to explore. In future posts, we will look more closely at some of the considerations when upgrading to Sharepoint 2010. Do you have any tips, suggestions?

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