Seattle SharePoint Consultant
The AIIM SharePoint 2010 report found that: “The two most common benefits emphasized in SharePoint business cases were Improved Collaboration and Knowledge Sharing, with Better Management of Content Chaos & Productivity from Improved Business Processes coming in third and fourth, respectively.” Ron Yeager wrote about that in his post “SharePoint ROI: Building a SharePoint Business [...]
The State of SharePoint Today I asked one of our SharePoint developers to tell me the best thing about Microsoft SharePoint 2010. He thought for a minute and then said: “it’s really the Swiss Army Knife of software platforms, it does so many things.” “Great,” I said. “Now tell me the worst thing about it.” [...]
Look here to read the AIIM Study about SharePoint Strategy. My co-presenter Ken Efta has written a synopsis of the study for the EndUserSharePoint Blog. Register now. Space is limited. I hope to see you there.
posted by Ethan Yarbrough, President, on Wed, Jun 02, 2010 @ 11:56 AM This should never happen. But it did. And it’s one of the many reasons I hate email. One of our developers was working on a project that involved Microsoft Silverlight. He hit a snag and sent out this email to our company-wide [...]