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Creating IT SelfService w/ ASP.Net

Posted on 2013-12-18
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Hi Experts,

My programming skills are a little rusty :(  I am looking for some direction on building an end user self-service site. It will comprise of self help tips, application docs, etc... i started with some templates scraped the ASP community site, but I was wondering if there is any alternatives to getting q site up pretty quickly using ASP.

Is there other pre-populated templates I could use that would help jump start this project?
Is there another application base (language) which is more sufficient?

Any help/advice is much appreciated!

Thanks!
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by:Luis Pérez
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Maybe you need to use a CMS like Umbraco or DotNetNuke.

Hope that helps.
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SharePoint would be perfect for this type of project, and it would allow you to create a site relatively quickly.

SharePoint allows easy site creation (hit a few buttons and you have a basic site in place. do a little googling of templating and you'll probably find a good free template you could use), document libraries, where you can easily manage your documents, and an easy to use user management system already in place.

Being a MS product, it uses .NET and is highly customizable.
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