SharePoint -- The Good, the Bad and the UGLI

SharePoint -- The Good, the Bad and the UGLI

Date: Oct 10, 2008

Like any other product, SharePoint has its pros and cons. But avoiding SharePoint pain depends more on an organization's situational factors than the platform itself. The key is to plan for success.

Craig Roth is the vice president and service director for Burton Group Collaboration and Content Strategies. In this session, Roth paints a clear picture of the good capabilities of SharePoint, its holes and -- most important -- the parts that can get ugly if great care is not taken. These are the parts that can be controlled and are represented by the acronym UGLI: Usage, Governance, Liveliness of the operational environment and Implementation.

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