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In SharePoint 2010 Essential Training, author Simon Allardice demonstrates the full feature set in SharePoint 2010 and the necessary skills to be a SharePoint site administrator. The course shows how to use SharePoint, create sites and site collections, and plan and design sites and portals. It also covers Office integration, security and permissions, and advanced features such as document management and business intelligence.
Thanks for joining us for the SharePoint 2010 Essential Training course. At the beginning of this course, I talked about some core ideas behind SharePoint. That SharePoint makes websites. It helps you work with other people. It gives you a place to put your stuff. It gives you a way to search all that stuff. It helps you bring it all together, and it helps you build and extend on top of it. You should now have a pretty good feel for what all these ideas mean when you interact with them using the browser or an Office application. You may start off just using SharePoint for some core collaboration reasons, a way to work with others and a place to put your stuff.
But hopefully, you have some ideas of which parts of SharePoint you might explore next. You may want to dive deeper into your own workflows, build forms with InfoPath, or develop Business Intelligence solutions using PerformancePoint. You could spend years exploring SharePoint and never reach the end of it. But as you get more and more comfortable working with SharePoint, you'll find new things you want to explore and different ways that it can help you get things done. Good luck working with SharePoint 2010!
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