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Can anyone recommend any good books on Intranet planning and implementation for the business professional / manager?



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closed as primarily opinion-based by Robert Lindgren Jan 7 at 7:08

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I've just had Jakob Nielsons 10 Best Intranets review recommended to me. It's a good read but the overiview doesn't go in to the depth I'd like and $224 for the full report is a bit more than I'm looking to pay for personal reading. – Russell Giddings Oct 28 '09 at 13:56
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I just picked up a copy of SharePoint Design by WROX. So far I am quite impressed. It is ideal for users that need to get up to speed with design principles and different best practices for intranet and publishing portal developmentwith MOSS. It also covers general design principles and has many references.

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I think this is about as close as I'm going to get for a recent book. Looks like the perfect level of technical depth I am looking for. :-) – Russell Giddings Jan 27 '10 at 11:56

Check out the Intranet blog at they have lots of good articles and reviews that should be helpful.

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For business professionals and specifically for SharePoint theres no getting around reading the 1200+ pages in Planning and architecture for Office SharePoint Server 2007

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