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Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 provides powerful Enterprise Content Management (ECM) features for creating, managing, and storing content across an enterprise. The document management capabilities in Office SharePoint Server 2007 can help organizations consolidate diverse content from multiple locations into a centrally managed repository with consistent categorization. The integrated records management capabilities in Office SharePoint Server 2007 enable organizations to store and protect business records in their final state. The Web content management capabilities in Office SharePoint Server 2007 enable people to publish Web content with an easy-to-use content authoring tool and a built-in approval process.
In this demo, you'll learn how a fictitious company called Adventure Works uses Office SharePoint Server 2007 to publish Web pages, archive and audit records, and manage documents. The demo specifically shows how the Technical Documentation team at Adventure Works uses a Document Center site as a centralized repository to create, organize, edit, and review all customer-facing external publications, such as user manuals and product specification sheets. This site uses document management features such as required check-out, major and minor versions, and content types. The writers at Adventure Works also use workflows on the content in the Document Center to manage the review and editing process for the documents that they create.
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