5 Reasons Why Executive SharePoint Ignorance is Not Bliss (Part 2)


In my last article, I discussed the first two reasons why executive SharePoint ignorance is not bliss, here are the remaining three:

3. Sooner or later, Organizational SharePoint Readiness has to be Assessed
Servers:
In my last article, I discussed the first two reasons why executive SharePoint ignorance is not bliss, here are the remaining three:

3. Sooner or later, Organizational SharePoint Readiness has to be Assessed

Servers: check. Licenses: check. SharePoint admin: check. Looks like we’re ready to rock and roll with SharePoint, right? Wrong. Apart from making sure the technology is in place, there are four key areas in an organization that need to be assessed for SharePoint readiness.

Read the full article I authored at CMSWire.

One thought on “5 Reasons Why Executive SharePoint Ignorance is Not Bliss (Part 2)

  1. This is where you go to re-itirate WHY you are a Microsoft Partner. You get the big picture, and understand how every piece of the business to relates to each other!

    Relationships are not made overnight and the biggest takeaways are those relationships that are garnered and will take your business to the next level.

    Dux thank you so much for being instrumental in WPC10! I remember your first mtg w/ the group in January… and now I think you know why I get so excited and know that this is THE event =)

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