Content Management with Microsoft SharePoint 2010

Nicky Bleiel


Managing your content ensures efficiency and accuracy in your documentation, and consistency across the enterprise. SharePoint is a popular content management system (with an estimated 100 million users), so chances are good your company is using it. This session will explain the content management features in SharePoint 2010 from the perspective of technical communicators and will include a demonstration of these features in a documentation workflow.

In taking this webinar, you will learn:

  • SharePoint 2010’s approach to content management
  • How to manage content in SharePoint 2010 (features include source/version control, metadata, permissions, workflows, translation management)
  • Why SharePoint 2010’s content management features are useful even if you do not need to collaborate across your enterprise

Presenter Biography

Nicky Bleiel is the lead information developer for Doc-To-Help and a Doc-To-Help trainer. She has 17 years of experience in technical communication, writing and designing information for software products in the documentation, media, industrial automation, simulation, and pharmaceutical industries. She is an STC Director at Large and has presented talks at the STC Summit, as well as many regional conferences and chapter meetings. She has also presented at WritersUA, tcworld, LavaCon, and CIDM/DITA North America on many topics, including embedded help, tools and technologies, user assistance design, single sourcing, wikis, Web 2.0, and convergence technical communication. See for a list of her articles and talks.