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Without portal governance guiding processes, developing policies and procedures, and maintaining authority, portal projects risk absolute failure.
This document is intended for use as coding guidelines when designing and developing portlets. It is not a primer for portlet developers as it does not address the fundamentals of portlet programming.
This paper defines potential returns that may come from the consideration, design, and implementation of a business taxonomy at the outset of your organization’s information management initiatives. The paper discusses the benefits a well-designed business taxonomy may offer to your users for the storage and management, findability, and overarching interoperability of information and information systems.
Whether creating a website, portal, or application, taking the time to understand your user base and what they need allows you to take an average offering and make it outstanding. Understanding users includes understanding that whatever you build for them will need to evolve over time. This is a natural part of the development process and, when planned for, it is easy to incorporate user-centered design and usability into everything you develop.
There is no one-size-fits-all solution to the optimal usage of both folksonomy and taxonomy in content management.
This paper examines the reasons, benefits, potential concerns, and key technical considerations when migrating from Oracle WebCenter User Interaction portal product to Drupal.
This white paper aims to help organizations understand the criteria of a healthy wiki, measure the effectiveness of their wikis, and become better equipped to identify problems and measure progress towards performance goals.
The goal of this paper is to define a SharePoint governance strategy that will be easy to follow, enforce, and communicate to your SharePoint 2010 users,managers, and administrators.