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5 SharePoint Pitfalls To Avoid
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PortalFront SharePoint Hosting
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11/29/2011 | 3:46:35 AM
re: 5 SharePoint Pitfalls To Avoid
As a company that does SharePoint consulting, we are all about the planning phase. SharePoint can indeed seem simple at first then grow complicated pretty quickly. Consulting with SharePoint experts even for just a couple of hours can really take your project a long way and save you some pitfalls.
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11/28/2011 | 7:42:38 PM
re: 5 SharePoint Pitfalls To Avoid
"Governance" is the hot topic right now surrounding SharePoint, and I think all of these tips are related to enterprise concerns about data governance. SharePoint is a strong product, and the large number of companies that have adopted SharePoint should be proof of that. Yet SharePoint is very complex and demands some level of management. These are all good tips for managing/ "governing" SharePoint installations to make sure nothing becomes unwieldy. Smart planning + diligent maintenance over time will help keep SharePoint running smoothly while also remaining effective for delivering business data and meeting business goals.
Deb Donston-Miller
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Deb Donston-Miller,
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11/28/2011 | 5:32:25 PM
re: 5 SharePoint Pitfalls To Avoid
Great tips! I wondered when I was reading, however, whether there are new considerations for companies that are using/planning to use SharePoint as a kind of internal social networking tool.

Deb Donston-Miller
Contributing Editor, The BrainYard


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