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Upgrading SharePoint

With most businesses running prior versions of SharePoint, I discuss the various methods of upgrading SharePoint

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What sites have been Visually Upgraded

I like this method because it makes it more readable and I can control the levels to output

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SharePoint 2013: What Should You Do? Where Are You Currently? What is the Truth? Help! No B.S. Please

I completely understand time and budget constraints but EPC Group feels it is also critical to review the following items as part of this process: Improve the ability to share and exchange information across the organization by providing an electronic publishing method that is easy for users to leverage Improve the "time to talent," the speed with which new employees become productive Capture knowledge of retiring employees in a collaborative environment Improve overall portfolio performance and achieve strategic objectives Achieving more efficient utilization of resources Reduce program management cost per unit of program benefit due to better management of project schedules and more efficient resource allocation Improving program benefit realization from new business opportunities pursued using cost savings Note: SharePoint Server 2013 will no longer be divided into 2 separate licensing models as it was in SharePoint Server 2010 (being SharePoint Server “Standard” and SharePoint Server “Enterprise” ) as it will be the only “SharePoint Server 2013” with all features and functionalities built in the singular licensing model

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