geekSpeak: Security from a Public, Anonymous Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 Site with Jim Wilt

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In this installment of MSDN geekSpeak, Jim Wilt covers a topic that is popping up in many of his current projects—the creation of secure, membership Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 sites that have a public-facing side with an input form that often requests sensitive information. Making a secure form for gathering sensitive, private information from an anonymous accessible site can be easily accomplished with a custom list using some creative features of Windows SharePoint Services. Jim fills in the details for you during this installment of geekSpeak.

Resources mentioned in this geekSpeak are available at http://blogs.msdn.com/geekspeak/archive/2008/02/04/resources-for-geekspeak-security-from-a-public-anonymous-windows-sharepoint-services-3-0-site-with-jim-wilt.aspx

Guest Information: Jim Wilt, Chief Software Architect, Metrics Reporting, Inc.

In his principal role as chief software architect with Metrics Reporting, Inc., Jim Wilt focuses his deep experience and seasoned problem-solving skills toward helping his customers architect the best possible solutions for their thorniest problems with system design, collaboration, data integration, and business intelligence (BI). Having a passion for the advancement of higher education, Jim participates on an advisory board at Central Michigan University (CMU), serves on the Microsoft Certified Architect advisory council, and is a 2006 CMU Distinguished Alumni award winner.

For information on past and upcoming geekSpeaks visit the geekSpeak blog or the webcast site.

Recorded on January 30th, 2008.

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