May 10, 2011

New To SharePoint 2010? Here Are Some Free How-To's!

I got an email from my contact at Bauer-Power's newest sponsor TTR that they are sponsoring a new site that basically gives out free how-to's on designing and creating SharePoint 2010 Workflows. This is awesome news because if you called my last company, which happens to be a SharePoint consulting firm, they would literally charge you an arm and a leg to give you basic training on SharePoint 2010. What if you are just trying to figure out if SharePoint 2010 is right for you? Then free training is better! Am I right?

The site is aptly called SharePoint 2010 Workflow, and it is essentially nothing more than a blog with easy to follow video tutorials on different features of SharePoint 2010, and how-to perform various functions. For an example of one of the videos, here is one from Jason Keller, one of TTR's SharePoint gurus:


A cool thing about this site is that if you are learning a lot about SharePoint 2010, and how it can benefit your company, but you still aren't sure, or have no idea how to begin setting up SharePoint 2010 then TTR can help with that too. From their About Us page:

TTR will make your SharePoint migration project a success. TTR assists clients through the entire migration lifecycle from analysis through architecture, design, and implementation. We have partnered with leading software vendors to combine best-in-class migration tools and best practices.
Migration Services Offered:
  • SharePoint 2003 to 2010
  • SharePoint 2007 to 2010
  • Lotus Notes to SharePoint 2010
  • File Share to SharePoint 2010
  • WSS & SharePoint Foundation to SharePoint Server

New SharePoint implementations, and even upgrades from 2007 to 2010 can be very daunting. It's nice to know that companies like TTR are out there to provide free tutorials to get you started, or can even do the implementation for you at a reasonable cost.

If you want to know more about TTR and their practice, you can hit them up on Twitter or Facebook! tags:

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