Organizations are slowly waking up to the value that enterprise social knowledge networking can unlock. With the Microsoft SharePoint Server 2010 and 2013 Knowledge Management becomes an approach to enable organizational intelligence in small, medium and large enterprises. Taxonomy is the key: Managed metadata can drive navigation, content discovery and search, content relationship, and re-usability of content. Managed metadata provides a common vocabulary for a corporate language and can connect people to social networks.
The following videos can help to jump-start your SharePoint Knowledge Management project:
The app adds additional managed metadata properties (e.g. content classification rules) to the SharePoint term store. It offers export / backup and import / restore, update and deployment of taxonomies on term set level. The Taxonomy Manager supports common knowledge management standards like SKOS format for data exchange with external systems. Full taxonomy lifecycle management to develop, enhance, deploy and maintain SharePoint term sets.
While adding taxonomy-based terms to an item or document using an enterprise metadata field, the Tag Suggester displays a suggestion list based on given term store taxonomies, classification rules, item properties, context and document or item content. Installed IFilters are used for content retrieval. The app highly increases productivity and precision of user-based content categorization in SharePoint portals.
The app categorizes items and documents automatically in background without any user interaction, based on given SharePoint Term Store taxonomies, classification rules, item properties, document context and content. The Auto Tagger offers high quality of subject classification using a high performance Microsoft .NET Framework based classification rule engine. The Auto Tagger could be helpful for initial tagging, e.g. after content migration from any system to SharePoint 2010, as well as for daily background operation.
The app harvest the value of collaborative tagging and content classification by using the Microsoft SharePoint 2010 or 2013 managed metadata taxonomy tree directly for content discovery and navigation. The web part offers flexible link building, e.g. link to the tag profile page or direclty to a search-driven content result list. Optionally the app can display additional information, e.g. tag or term descriptions, usage counts. Customer specific branding is fully supported by the template-based design.
The app displays the SharePoint 2010 or 2013 managed metadata taxonomy tree as a flat A-Z directory index of categories (glossary) for improved content discovery and navigation. It also provides a common vocabulary for corporate language. The app offers flexible link building, e.g. link to the Tag Profile page or a search-driven content result list. Optionally additional information, e.g. tag description and usage count can be displayed. Customer specific branding is fully supported by the template-based design.
As a SharePoint next generation search-driven application the web part automatically displays related content in a given context or content that is tagged with any specific terms using managed metadata taxonomies. The "Related Content" feature is well known from the internet, e.g. from amazon.com - now available for SharePoint portals as well. The app offers flexible settings and output formatting to support customer specific branding.