Microsoft� SharePoint� 2016 is a platform designed to facilitate collaboration and allow people to use familiar applications and web-based tools to create, access, store, and track documents and data in a central location. As such, SharePoint has many distinct features that must be enabled and configured, and many content structures can be selected, added, and configured. In this course, you will learn how to create, configure, and manage a SharePoint team site so that your team or organization can share information and collaborate effectively.� SharePoint content structures and configuration options are complex. Site owners must understand what features, options, and content structures are available in SharePoint, and how to properly configure them. With SharePoint sites, features, and content structures properly implemented, users will be able to securely share files, collaborate on documents, and access information they need to work with their colleagues more effectively.
Microsoft� SharePoint� 2016 helps people collaborate and use familiar applications and web-based tools to create, access, store, and track documents and data in a central location. SharePoint can also help organizations segment digital information, share information from external sources, archive records, and automate business processes. In this course, you will learn how to create, configure, and manage a SharePoint site so that your team or organization can collaborate effectively, manage the flow of digital information, automate business processes, and meet records management needs.� SharePoint features are robust and complex. Site owners can determine what features and options to make available in SharePoint and how to configure those features to meet organizational and user needs. By properly implementing these features, users will be able to collaborate effectively, and organizations will save time and money through automation of business processes, fast and efficient retrieval of information, and effective records management.
The world of project management technology solutions is an ever-changing landscape. With Software-As-A-Service (SaaS) applications and cloud computing enabling remote work and collaboration across technologies, it is a challenge to choose the right solutions that meet project management needs. Microsoft's portfolio of project management tools empower project managers and their teams to ideate, analyze, manage, and close projects. The tools managers choose depends on the complexity of the project, methodology used, and level of resources managed. This course provides students with an understanding of all the Microsoft tools to manage teams and projects. It focuses on how Microsoft Teams, Planner, SharePoint Online, Project Professional, and Project Online (Project Server) work together. Students gain a full understanding of which tools are used for what type of situation and return to work prepared to use them on their own projects. Students also learn how to build a PMIS from scratch using SharePoint Online, and how that integrates with Microsoft Project Professional. From there students expand their knowledge to understand how to use Project Online (Project Server) to manage a portfolio of projects that share resources and schedules across the enterprise. This course utilizes Microsoft 365 Online, but the skills learned are easily transferred and implemented to on-premise solutions like SharePoint Server 2019 and Project Server.