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SharePoint Adoption and Search

Last week, I had the privilege of being on a panel at the Gilbane Conference with Chris McNulty discussing SharePoint Adoption

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Asked, Answered and Counted

A lot of blog space, webinar time and seminar sessions has been devoted to the subject of SharePoint adoption in 2011, and the subject continues to continue to have legs in 2012...What is your tech-support telling you about SharePoint adoption?

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Best Practices for SharePoint Cultural Change Management - From the SharePoint Consulting Trenches

Introduction I wanted to share with the AIIM Community the overview of a White Paper that myself and my team at EPC Group.net have been working on by studying approximately 35 enterprise SharePoint 2010 implementations we have completed between March 2011 and November 2011. It is...

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SharePoint and Paper Belong Together

A few examples have been documented in this post about the Ideal Capture Strategy for SharePoint and in this post where I discuss that SharePoint Adoption is not an Oxymoron

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Scenes From A SharePoint Installation Process

There are a couple of factors at play: Microsoft is driving SharePoint adoption through its dominance of the desktop with Office...Microsoft is driving SharePoint adoption through its dominance of the desktop with Office

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How do you deal with the critics and skeptics in your organization?

Link to video: http://blogs.hbr.org/video/2010/10/how-to-stop-good-ideas-from-ge.html #SharePoint #Adoption #changemanagement

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Identification to Adoption: ''Can a company afford not to be on the cutting edge?''

In the recent AIIM research on SharePoint adoption, it was shown that “only 8% of SharePoint users have completed their upgrade to the 2010 version, whereas 21% are deploying 2010 as a first use

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SharePoint Users Look to Add-On Applications for Content Management Needs

Although collaboration, project management and portal applications are still the main drivers for SharePoint adoption, most users of the 2010 version are picking up on the new content management and information governance tools

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