SharePoint is one of many enterprise solutions we employ, and to make it effective we must ensure that we take the steps necessary to fully understand our domains of knowledge.
Taxonomy managed in another tool outside of the SharePoint environment may be imported into SharePoint 2010.
Taxonomy management in SharePoint 2010 sees a significant improvement over functionality offered by the product’s predecessors.
SharePoint 2010 makes the automation of retention schedules a fairly straightforward activity.
Fortunately, SharePoint 2010 has addressed this issue through the implementation of Content Type Hubs.
A key new search feature offered in SharePoint 2010 is what’s known as the Refinement Panel, which is a web part displayed on the search results page along the left hand side of the interface.
Metadata represents the foundation for a large range of functionality across sites in SharePoint.
A large part of the functionality offered by SharePoint 2010 revolves around the idea of social collaboration in the enterprise through blogs, wikis, content syndication, discussions and social tagging
Tagging in SharePoint 2010 is approached from two perspectives, with the first originating from controlled vocabularies via Metadata Terms.
8 things you need to know about taxonomy, metadata and information architecture in SharePoint 2010.