Last Saturday I attended and presented at SharePoint Saturday Atlanta. Before I give you a brief recap of my presentation, let me first thank Dan, Ron, and the entire team that helped put on SharePoint Saturday as well as the sponsors, and especially the 350+ attendees. It was truly a great SharePoint conference. The presentation Continue reading
SharePoint is a robust content management platform, but it does not provide users with all the tools they need to process information and documents quickly, efficiently and accurately. Five of the most commonly reported pain points with SharePoint are confusing navigation, user adoption, content management, workflow, and document capture. By adding Content360° to a SharePoint Continue reading
A truly collaborative business effort involves far more than just sharing thoughts, ideas, and concepts between team members. Now, colleagues share and work jointly on documents, leverage social media, use video services such as Skype, and harness other technologies to join forces. SharePoint is Microsoft’s application platform developed with the specific aim of promoting collaboration Continue reading
SharePoint was first introduced in 2001, and since then has established itself as one of the premier collaboration and content management platforms available on the market. A 2011 study revealed that 78% of Fortune 500 companies were using SharePoint in some capacity. The benefits aren’t limited to the largest companies, however. Small and midsized businesses Continue reading
When a new, enterprise-wide software solution is implemented, the enthusiasm is often limited to the IT department. Other employees throughout the corporate structure often greet these developments with trepidation, and even anxiety. They worry that learning the new system will make their jobs more complicated. Even worse, they worry that they are being automated right Continue reading
No matter what you do, you probably have to deal with a colossal number of routine tasks that distract you from what’s really important in your business. This is true in all professions, from artists to police officers to chefs. And for anyone working in an office, it is a fact of life.
Your business probably already has a system, software solution, or other plan in place to help your employees manage documents.
Few business software solutions are as ubiquitous as SharePoint – after all, as many as 22% of corporate employees use the software in some capacity – and for good reason.