Microsoft Content Management Server Field Guide provides simple crisis-management instructions for intermediate- to advanced-level network administrators who work in the trenches. It offers practical procedural information, reference materials, and focused presentations. This book also features self-contained topics so you do not have to look further to obtain prerequisite information.
Microsoft Content Management Server (CMS) streamlines the web publishing process like nothing else out there. CMS integrates with a wide variety of high-end Microsoft products&emdash;for example, Visual Studio .NET for website development and SQL Server for content storage. CMS also works with SharePoint Portal Server for document management and search, and construction of knowledge work portals; with Microsoft Word for content authoring and publishing; and with Commerce Server for content profiling, personalization, and web analysis.
About the Author
Francois-Paul Briand is a cofounder and president of Briand and Wirsching, Inc., which develops commercial software products for the training and biometrics security markets. Among the company's clients are Microsoft Corporation, Microsoft Press, Simon & Shuster (Prentice-Hall), Socha Computing Inc., Sagem & Sagem-Morpho, John Wiley and Sons, and AT&T Wireless.
Michael Wirsching is currently the instructional technology manager at Briand and Wirsching, Inc. Previous positions include senior instructional designer for Microsoft (C/C++, Windows, Visual Basic, and LAN integration) and owner of Quicksilver Productions, which specialized in instructional video programs for microprocessor troubleshooting, software development, and technical training for computer professionals.