Individuals who use SharePoint can learn about checking permissions for a single user in a site collection at the next SharePoint Users and Developers (SPUD) meeting, which takes place 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. Tuesday, May 13, in Lawson Computer Science Building, Room 1142.
The meeting will also include a demonstration of Yammer, an enterprise social software tool used for private communication within organizations, and an overview of SharePoint resources available through Lynda.com. Additionally, updates on the status of the SharePoint 2013 implementation will be shared.
The meeting agenda and information related to future SPUD meetings may be found at https://spa.itap.purdue.edu/sharepoint/spud/meetings/default.aspx?InstanceID=4
SharePoint is Microsoft’s web-based collaboration platform. It includes document management, simultaneous document sharing and editing, calendars, workflows and smoother integration with Microsoft Office 2010 and Visio 2010. It also provides functionality for creating wikis and blogs.
If an area does not yet have a SharePoint site or has questions relating to SharePoint in general, additional information can be obtained by emailing the SharePoint Center of Excellence at firstname.lastname@example.org or browsing to the ITaP Service Catalog.