Andrew Connell

Series: Web Content Management (WCM) in SharePoint Server 2010

In this series of posts, I explain and explore what's changed in SharePoint Server 2010 with respect to Web Content Management.

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    Part 1 - Improvements to the core SharePoint platform and how they benefit SharePoint 2010 Web Content Management

    This post is part of a series on what’s new with Web Content Management (WCM) in SharePoint Server 2010. The other posts in this series can be found here: Web Content Management (WCM) in SharePoint Server 2010 I’ve waiting to write this post for a long time. Actually… I’m going to break it up into three parts… in this first part I want to take a moment and talk about what is important to take note of the things that changed around and under WCM that directly impact it in a positive way:
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    Part 2 - What's improved with SharePoint Server 2010 Web Content Management

    In this post, I explain what’s improved with Web Content Management in the SharePoint Server 2010 release and how it’s going to benefit your WCM sites.
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    Part 3 - What''s New with SharePoint Server 2010 Web Content Management

    This post is part of a series on what’s new with Web Content Management (WCM) in SharePoint Server 2010. The other posts in this series can be found here: Web Content Management (WCM) in SharePoint Server 2010 Now for the part most are probably waiting for… what’s new with SharePoint Server 2010 Web Content Management! I’ll touch on just a few things in this post… obviously you can leverage a ton of the new stuff in SharePoint that’s available across the board such as Silverlight, leveraging the ribbon, and so much more.