Friday, February 23, 2007

Burton Group Institute: SharePoint and Office 2007 one-day seminar in Boston April 25, 2007

See the page for details; hope to see you there!

SharePoint and Office 2007: New Enterprise Collaboration/Content Opportunities and Risks

Description: Microsoft SharePoint (composed of Windows SharePoint Services 3.0 and Microsoft Office SharePoint Server 2007) is Microsoft's strategic collaboration and content server, and it has strategic implications -- with both positive and negative potential -- for enterprise planning. As the server-side counterpart to Microsoft Office, and encompassing everything from blogs to enterprise content management, SharePoint has the potential to help organizations more effectively collaborate and manage content. If unsuccessfully deployed, however, SharePoint can exacerbate rather than advance enterprise collaboration and content management planning, with the potential for out-of-control content dissemination and explosive growth in unmanaged workspaces.

This in-depth one-day workshop covers topics including:

  • A SharePoint introduction, including a review of the enterprise challenges Microsoft seeks to address with SharePoint 2007
  • Detailed analysis of SharePoint capabilities, maturity, and limitations
  • Competitive landscape projections, with a focus on the emerging competitive landscape between Microsoft and IBM Lotus

Link to Burton Group Institute

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