“Yes but…” is a common answer given by experienced SharePoint consultants when asked if a particular solution design “will work”. One of the key reasons for this is that SharePoint’s greatest strength is one of its weaknesses. The sheer number of components or features jam packed into the product, means that there are many complex interactions between them – often with small gotchas or large caveats that were not immediately apparent while the sales guy was dutifully taking you through the SharePoint pie diagram.
I am doing a webcast on the 11/11/11 about effective requirements gathering for search in SharePoint 2010. Join me to learn how to gather requirements that are going to make a tangible difference to your SharePoint search experience.
How do you make sure that your search in SharePoint is effective for all users. Part of a good search strategy is to have good governance in search.
This article will explain the various elements you will need to effectively govern your search in SharePoint.
Review of Paul Culmsee’s SharePoint Governance and Information Architecture Master Class that was held in Seattle on May 5th.
Details how the Accuracy Index is used to generate search refiners. Must read if you are working with the refinement panel