SharePoint User Group Meeting in Christchurch on March 25, "Evaluating SharePoint for Collaboration"

On March 25, I will be presenting on SharePoint for collaboration at the next meeting of the Christchurch SharePoint User Group Meeting.

In this session, Michael Sampson will be discussing Microsoft’s claims that SharePoint can be used for team collaboration. He has developed his own framework to assess the effectiveness of enterprise software solutions in supporting team collaboration, and SharePoint passes only one of the seven areas in that framework. In Michael’s words, “Does this mean that SharePoint is bad and should be rejected for team collaboration purposes? What are organisations supposed to do?”

Michael is an Industry Analyst, Independent Consultant, Author, Workshop Leader and Principal of The Michael Sampson Company.

Intended Audience: This session is targeted at CIOs, IT business analysts and those charged with making decisions about the effective use of SharePoint within their organisation.

Thanks to Gary and Matt for the invitation.

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  1. Notes from SharePoint User Group Meeting in Christchurch on March 25, “Evaluating SharePoint for Collaboration”

    Last night (Tuesday March 25) I was the presenter at the March session of the Christchurch SharePoint User Group meeting, presenting on the topic of Evaluating SharePoint for Collaboration. Given that I have blogged all of the previous sessions that

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