This is a post about SharePoint. Don’t let anyone else tell you otherwise.
With that said, I’d like to give you a few general pointers, completely unrelated to women in any form. Forget I mentioned that.
- It’s all about getting your “content” into the “site”
- You want two front ends and a huge back end
- If your “site” goes down on you, that is a good thing
- Don’t put your “content” in more than one “site”
- Never, ever, turn to your backup unless your “site” is completely dead
- Don’t skimp on the money for upgrades or the performance of your “site” may suffer
- Having a working “site collection” is very difficult, but the rewards can be great
- A well designed “site” is a good thing, but it is what is inside that really matters
- Don’t let multiple people contribute “content” to a single site
- Keep your “site” happy by continually provide more “content”. The occasional design upgrade can also help
I’m married, and extremely happily so. Luckily, my wife never reads my blog…
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