4 out of 5 (51 Ratings)

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SharePoint 2013

Users Easily Adopted SharePoint As It Follows Common UI.

SharePoint drove collaboration across our entire organisation and streamlined our business processes. The usability of the application is good as it follows typical Microsoft standards that most every user knows. Users already familiar with Word or Excel are immediately comfortable and productive with SharePoint.

SharePoint 2013

The suite integrates well. Would like to see added improvements in sharepoint

Office 365 suite allows us to have multiple users in the same document. We have not leveraged full capacity of the "following" and the social media look and feel, so will take some time to adopt best practices for this.

SharePoint 2013

Easiest On-Premises upgrade, but will never do it again.

The community of Microsoft professionals on the internet and through Microsoft technical communities really enabled us to do the work internally.

SharePoint 2013

Implemtation went smoothly

Implementation went smoothly. It helped to have veteran staff on the team, as they were able to help foresee any potential issues which we were able to mitigate early on.

SharePoint 2013

Implementation was easy but customization takes more effort and time

it is a on premise solution with less to limited support required from Microsoft

SharePoint 2013

Day to day maintenance requires you to stay ahead of product releases

We have encountered issues where Microsoft changes the environment after we have trained users leading to confusion or lack of current functionality. We encountered issues with managed metadata and moving templates into SharePoint.

SharePoint 2013

Implementation was easy, with lot of great features but missing good workflow

The level of engagement was lacking and missing documentation. The tool is really great with lot of implementation capability. The worklow is weak, with bad UI and requires new architecture.

SharePoint 2013

Fairly easy and intuitive with a lot of potential

My company favours strong risk management, so we are slow to adopt new technologies. The move to SharePoint represented a paradigm shift. Overall, my impression has been favourable. It has increased collaboration between groups and allowed increased visibility for issues needing it. We are in the first year of the roll-out, so people are still figuring out new ways to use SharePoint. The company engaged a 3rd party training organisation to train many of us and we trained others in our area. This was a good approach and empowered people to come up with creative ways to use SharePoint. However, I feel that there should have been a bit more guidance rolled down, as well as templates and examples to get people moving more quickly.

SharePoint 2013

Upgraded to SharePoint 2013, relatively simple process

Microsoft products are typically solid, and support has been good.

SharePoint 2013

Straightforward implementation into the existing Microsoft software platform

Overall, it is a mature stable well-supported product.It runs well on VMWare and integrates well with the MS Active Directory. Its content management system is not intuitive enough and requires content managers and users to be trained.

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