Screencast: Best Practices for Upgrading and Migrating to SharePoint 2010


Microsoft SharePoint 2010 is touted as the business collaboration platform for the enterprise and the web. It’s a big leap from previous versions with its wide array of new features and capabilities.
Microsoft SharePoint 2010 is touted as the business collaboration platform for the enterprise and the web. It’s a big leap from previous versions with its wide array of new features and capabilities.

To make the most out of SharePoint 2010, Joel Oleson and I hosted a webcast for O’Reilly Media and shared our experiences and insights into best practices in upgrading and migrating to SharePoint 2010. In this recorded presentation, you’ll gain a useful overview of how to:

– Properly plan, budget, manage and control the SharePoint 2010 migration project
– Prepare yourself for SharePoint and Office 2010 by archiving, cleaning up, and considering the move to 64-bit
– Evaluate which upgrade method that’s appropriate for your environment
– Consider upgrade development and customization options

Sit back and enjoy the presentation:

Here’s a sample schedule in PDF or MPP that I developed and am currently using for an Intranet migration project from SharePoint 2007 to SharePoint 2010.

As always, your feedback will be greatly appreciated!

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