On Demand until August 31, 2014
Available Webcast Overview
According to Microsoft, 78% of Fortune 500 companies use SharePoint. However, 61% of organizations recently surveyed by AIIM, say their expectations from SharePoint have not been met or their efforts have stalled. Unforeseen complexity, less-than-expected user adoption, governance challenges, lack of mobile-support, and difficulties in integration and migration are some of the key issues plaguing most companies. If these challenges sound familiar, you will find this webinar useful.
In this session, Venkat and Sheenam discuss a simple and cost effective way to modernize your SharePoint environment. Whatever your modernization objectives are, there is a proven approach to reduce complexity, mitigate risks and accelerate the pace of execution. The first step to a successful modernization is to unlock the information about the assets in your existing SharePoint installation. The next step is to accurately predict the effort and risks involved in transforming your current SharePoint applications to meet the new requirements. This discovery, assessment and estimation typically take several weeks. This webinar demonstrates automated tools and methodologies to compress the entire effort to a couple of days. The resulting modernization blueprint and knowledge repository can be leveraged to address any modernization initiative such as adding mobile support, migration to SharePoint 2013 or Office 365, cloud enablement, or enterprise integration.
If you are a CXO, IT leader, or business executive who wants to ensure the success of your SharePoint initiative, attend this webcast to learn how to:
- Rapidly assess the complexity of your SharePoint landscape
- Inventory the information assets locked in your current SharePoint systems into a visual knowledge repository
- Prepare a modernization blueprint that can be executed predictably
Upon registration, you will receive an email with instructions on how to test your system in order to view the webcast, as well as a link that will remain active for the seven-day, on-demand period.
The webcast is completely free.