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Pro SharePoint 2010 Governance by Corey Erkes, Steve Wright

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Identifying Services

The services to be implemented in a SharePoint portal will fall into one of three categories. The first and most common type of service is inherent in the SharePoint product line, such as Publishing or PerformancePoint Services. (We will discuss some of these later in this chapter.)

A service can also be built around a third-party product that provides features on top of SharePoint. Common examples of this are data archiving, workflow, and image/document management systems. These products require separate licensing and configuration beyond that of the SharePoint server itself. When implementing this type of service, be sure to evaluate the vendor's upgrade practices. If the vendor publishes patches and interim versions (point ...

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