Monday, May 11, 2009

Web Parts

Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007 ensures effective cooperation, managing content and business processes, exchanging expertise and searching for people and data. In other words, MOSS is basically what helps you get the necessary work done by efficiently organizing business processes. The above contributions are achieved through numerous features, such as calendars, blogs, wikis, rss feeds, etc. Although the respective web parts may be available with the out-of-the-box set, it doesn’t take long to find out that these are just basic functionality parts hardly capable of covering at least part of the needs most likely to arise (e.g., the non-resizable SharePoint Calendar out-of-the-box web part), hence the demand for new web parts to replace those discarded for lack of features relevant to the users’ needs, or to add new functionality (just imagine how crucial it is to have a media player part at your disposal or magically shifting password changing routines off administrators’ agendas).
Being perfectly aware of the above realities, iTechArt Group developers specializing in SharePoint programming have come up with a number of ergonomic solutions conceived to facilitate organizing business processes with SharePoint.