SharePoint is the fastest growing product in Microsoft’s history, with 20,000 new users added daily between 2006 and 2011. Today, more than half of all businesses use SharePoint in one form or another, including 78% of Fortune 500 companies, with around 125 million users worldwide. Despite this, many organisations and users still struggle to understand exactly what SharePoint does and can deliver. As a result, many SharePoint implementations have suffered significant problems. Against this backdrop, the latest version of the product, SharePoint 2013, offers many new features and potential benefits to organisations.
The Guidelines looks at the different versions of SharePoint 2013 available (including on-premise and cloud-based) and advises on how to choose the best option for your organisation. It covers how to keep control of SharePoint projects and how to align the product with your overall business and IT strategy. It looks at the practical implementation issues when introducing SharePoint, and ends with a 10-point action plan, together with a glossary of SharePoint terms and sources of further information. The aim is to provide a complete guide to understanding and making best use of SharePoint 2013, one of the most important and intricate enterprise software products.
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