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MOSS Explained: An Information Worker’s Deep Dive into Microsoft® Office SharePoint® Server 2007 by John Ross, Nicola Young

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The ABCs of Web Content Management

A typical WCM system allows users to create, edit, publish, and manage content in an organized way. The primary goal is to empower content authors to control their own content and remove the IT bottleneck that is common in many organizations. Those who are writing the content have the ability to easily put it on the Web site.

MOSS provides users with traditional content management functionality through the use of what Microsoft refers to as the ABCs of WCM: authoring, branding, and controlled publishing.

Authoring

Authoring is the process of creating the content for a site. MOSS allows content authors to contribute to Web pages by placing the page in edit mode and entering content in a field control through ...

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