Discover an intranet solution for your organization using Packt’s new book on Open Atrium.
Packt is pleased to announce Drupal Intranets With Open Atrium, a new book which introduces readers the power of Open Atrium using practical examples of an Open Atrium Intranet. Written by Tracy Smith, this book provides precise steps to set up a web server on a Windows or Macintosh computer and install Drupal with the Open Atrium distribution.
Open Atrium is a Drupal installation that provides intranet solutions to various organizations for sharing ideas. Anyone and everyone can develop features for it, add modules, change the skin, re-factor the workflow and accordingly customize it as per the requirements. Basically Open Atrium is used to create intranets where co-workers or teams can collaborate easily.
Drupal Intranets With Open Atrium covers certain exciting topics like different "spaces" or "workgroup" micro-sites that can be created to match a particular organization's structure. After comprehending the Open Atrium interface, a blog, document library, and issue tracker for each group's dashboard or site page can be created easily. This book also contains highly meaningful topics from editing a single piece of content to arranging the layout of that content on each page.
Any organisation, who seeks to improve their communication and workflow, can make use of this book to customize their intranet service as per their own requirements. The functionality of Open Atrium can also be extended accordingly by adding pluggable features developed by the Drupal Open Source community.
Beginners or intermediate computer users who either have not worked with Drupal before or want to expand their Drupal knowledge by installing Open Atrium would find this book to be an interesting and beneficial read. This book is out now and available from Packt. For more information please visit: www.packtpub.com/drupal-intranets-with-open-atrium/book
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