SharePoint 2010 is rarely bought as a standalone software product, most often it is bundled in with a negotiated Microsoft Enterprise Agreement, for this reason many business leaders are left scratching their heads wondering – 'When should I use SharePoint? What should I use SharePoint for? When Shouldn’t I use SharePoint? And, what exactly is this additional extra I purchased?'
In the past we have seen a ‘technology first approach’ this means implement the new technology then gather the requirements and needs for the technology later, this type of approach can often lead to displeasing and unsatisfying results in usage, engagement and efficiency.
SharePoint provides a vast number of capabilities that empower business users, SharePoint allows users to collaborate with each other, tag and rate content, self-publish, and develop their own solutions, but as we know with great pwoer, comes great responsibility - SharePoint needs to be managed carefully before it grows quickly out of control.
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