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Graham Perrin

Sharepoint and Enterprise 2.0: The good, the bad, and the ugly | Enterprise Web 2.0 | Z... - 1 views

  • the Enterprise 2.0 story is primarily aimed at knowledge workers engaged in complex, collaborative projects which have had few effective software tools until recently, in other words strategic business activities. Industries like finance, government, civil engineering, transportation, and many others are trend to be top heavy with this kind of worker and are likely the last major bastions of productivity gains in modern economies, if the right solutions can be brought to bear. In other words, Enterprise 2.0 can help some of our most important and most valuable workers do better work while providing more value to the organization as a whole.
  • innovation in social and collaborative systems is almost exclusively coming from the consumer Web
  • SharePoint was designed before we had learned many of the modern social computing lessons
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  • excessively complex
  • weak support for the most common Enterprise 2.0 application types
  • multi-level security, governance, and policy controls
  • more difficult than with other platforms which were designed to function in highly diverse environments
  • Users should be able to create sites
  • customize them over time to meet the local requirements
  • evolve and improve through shared contributions
  • complexity and high cost
    i wouldn't mind training people in how to use this...
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SharePoint Price Calculator - Bamboo Nation - 1 views

    The SharePoint Price Calculator is designed to help you estimate your total licensing costs for Microsoft Office SharePoint Server.
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Graham Perrin

SharePoint Has Become the New Lotus Notes -- CMS Watch - 0 views

  • SharePoint’s poor support for individuals working on multiple different teams
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      OpenID comes to mind.
  • cumbersome and incomplete integration
  • "Whether it’s the lack of a workflow-based provisioning process, or enterprise-level administration, or the ability to effectively categorize large numbers of documents or PowerPoint slides, SharePoint remains ill-suited to enterprise-wide collaboration and knowledge management,"
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