AIIM’s most recent research report on SharePoint found that 60% of SharePoint projects are stalled, struggling or failing, we really need to take some time to reflect upon why companies are failing so miserably at implementing SharePoint. In the AIIM report, after determining that 60% of SharePoint projects are stalled, struggling or failing it goes on to show where companies are receiving advice on their SharePoint implementations, a telling and corresponding set of statistics: Between “In house - internal expertise (ONLY)” and “External Training” we make up just over 50%
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You have probably been flooded with external sources telling you what SharePoint Governance really is and I am here to state mine and my SharePoint Consulting organization, EPC Group’s , definitive and believe only true way to implement Global Intranet Governance with a forward looking roadmap to match
A SharePoint 2010 Enterprise initiative must be approached in a manner to ensure it is implemented with a “Platform Strategy” and “SharePoint as a Service” in mind. This not only includes the implementation of a Document Management \ Records Management SharePoint 2010 enterprise initiative in mind but all of the other facets that SharePoint 2010 bring to an organization
Background I am writing this article (Article 1 of 4) as myself and my organization, EPC Group.net , has embarked on and completed our 653 successful SharePoint implementation. In the sections below, I am going to dissect how an Enterprise or Global SharePoint implementation project can become a success 99% of the time
Walking into Continental Airlines to implement an Enterprise SharePoint Deployment is entire different animal than walking into an organization like the Department of Justice (DOJ) for nearly the exact same initiative, or should I say Task Order
• Our organization has SharePoint Server 2010 implemented with about 4000 users and we are utilizing several of SharePoint’s ECM tools along with the record center
Time Tested SharePoint Deployment Strategies from the Trenches There is a method to the madness and a way to implement SharePoint 2013 and Office 365 right the first time
There is a tradeoff between not allowing BYOD and the work required to actually implement a BYOD strategy verses the risk of users finding shortcuts and utilizing other methods or access points to share files or obtain reports
Working with these people has given me many insights into not only the technical aspects of SharePoint itself, but also into other considerations surrounding the implementation of SharePoint including Planning, Adoption, Governance, Information Architecture as well as Coexistence and Integration Strategies
Whiteboarding Your SharePoint Road Map In most any enterprise SharePoint implementation, SP 2010 or 2013, one of the single most valuable tools I find that most frequently provides that “Aha!