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

It really brought my attention back to something that I hadn’t thought about in a while and that is the lag between identification and adoption

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DIY SharePoint

In order to do these things correctly, and to ensure adoption, an organization has to possess a broad array of skills that fall into the following categories: IT Pro Information Architecture Software Development Evangelist & Trainer The IT Pro’s job is to set up and configure the platform which requires, at a minimum, a firm understanding of hardware, virtualization, Windows Server, IIS, Active Directory, SQL Server and SharePoint (configuration and administration)

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Internal SharePoint Marketing -- Tipping the Balance towards Power Users

There’s also a duality between the power user’s role as SharePoint consumer and producer – someone on the hook for scaling the productivity gains of a wider adoption...O’Connor likes to use a retail metaphor to describe enterprise adoption

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A Good SharePoint Education... Priceless!

Technical features are taught in isolation without regard to the greater concerns of Information Architecture, eDiscovery, Scalability, Reuse/Extensibility, User Adoption, etc

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SharePoint: A Point of Confusion

Recent AIIM Research reveals that the rapid adoption rate for SharePoint has created confusion in many organizations regarding their future strategy for information management,particularly those with existing and established ECM (Enterprise Content Management), RM (Records Management) and BPM (Business Process Management) systems

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SharePoint: un-planned, under-developed and un-loved - but not un-popular

It’s best to measure adoption in a generic survey, rather than one that is dedicated to SharePoint, and we did this in the Process Revolution Industry Watch in February. 83% of the largest (5,000+) companies have SharePoint in use but only 45% of 10-500 employee organizations

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Einstein on SharePoint

Many speakers were talking about how business drivers should be moving the adoption of SharePoint and not coming to the solution beforehand (something that I’ve discussed at length )

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