Posts in SharePoint Adoption
Building a SharePoint Intranet... Not So Fast

Building a SharePoint Intranet is like rubbing Aladdin's lamp…

People know it’s powerful but they rub it before they've formulated their wish. And just like all the stories you hear, the results are funny, unless you are the one holding the lamp.

The analogy really holds true. Most organizations fail to adequately plan their SharePoint projects and so they fail. But while only about 10% of SharePoint projects (on average) are considered initially successful by their project teams, less than 1% of customers switch to a different platform.

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Can SharePoint Online and Office 365 be used as a Records Management System?

We asked the experts… Then we tried it.

Recently we undertook a project to create a “textbook” Records Management system for a municipal utility.  It was going to be built in SharePoint 2016 (on premise) and they wanted the entire implementation to be without the use of custom code.

Their criteria for a true SharePoint-based Records Management System was…

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The 3 Most Common Mistakes in Office 365 and SharePoint Deployments

Today it’s all about the cloud, and why not?

The benefits to supplying your organization with a high-quality implementation of Office 365 closely integrated with a SharePoint Intranet and Microsoft Exchange are irrefutable. Having these three powerful application environments skillfully implemented and professionally maintained by Microsoft eliminates an enormous amount of technical headaches while saving most organizations considerable cash.

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There's Real SharePoint Adoption and then there's just adding "Social"

People are doing some pretty crazy things…

in order to try to drive much higher rates of adoption for SharePoint in the enterprise.  Over the last year an enormous amount of attention has been given to weaving various types of social communication systems into the SharePoint environment.  The theory seems to be that since these types of communication systems are popular as stand-alone systems, blending them into a SharePoint environment will provide a reason for more employees to enter the SharePoint environment.

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