SharePoint Administrator

In many ways, the SharePoint administrator has become a jack-of-all-trades. They are managing services and scheduled jobs within the SharePoint environment, they are creating new sites and lists, installing new web parts, doing backups, managing the Shared Services, educating users on how to use features like InfoPath, managing governance policies and permissions. They are responsible for amongst other things, managing and checking the overall server health and functionality, monitoring SharePoint disk space usage through the built-in SharePoint reports for each site collection, managing SharePoint permissions, analyzing and reporting upon SharePoint usage and activity and moving/copying sites.

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Last updated: October 25th 2016

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