Companies continue to struggle with SharePoint end-user adoption. An AIIM report found that:
I came across a previous post from our founder and CEO Asif Rehmani. It occurred to me that the points he makes in the post (re-published below) are as true today as they were when he wrote it. Enjoy!
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The VisualSP for Site Collections product provides users with training through a convenient Help tab that sits on the right of the screen. Users can move the tab up and down to improve screen viewing, and a quick click opens a menu of help and training topics for the page being viewed.
Energy utility companies face regulations compelling them to develop and adopt compliance policies, and SharePoint provides the perfect toolset to support the digital implementation of those policies.
VisualSP is looking forward to another exciting and informative SharePoint Fest event in Denver, Colorado. It's sure to be helpful to SharePoint administrators, software developers, information architects, and knowledge workers of all skill levels.
Microsoft SharePoint has become a popular resource for education organizations, with good reason. The tools available in SharePoint enable users to create, collaborate, approve, and more – all within a secure environment.
The use of SharePoint in academic settings cover a wide spectrum – from a single site where staff, faculty, and administrators collaborate on documents internally to an entire campus dashboard, where faculty and students interact digitally.
I was going back through some blog posts that our founder and CEO Asif Rehmani had written and there are some that remain as valuable today as they did back then. Here are some of his insights as a Microsoft MVP and long-time SharePoint thought leader. I hope you enjoy it!
VisualSP is proud to sponsor SharePoint Fest in the Mile-High City this year. It's coming May 30-June 2 at the Colorado Convention Center, and we're excited to be exhibiting our Just-in-Time Learning® solutions to the SharePoint and Office 365 community!
If your organization depends on SharePoint 2010, SharePoint 2013, SharePoint 2016, or SharePoint Online, user training is baked into your SharePoint user adoption (and retention) strategy. So. what has been your company's approach? Has it been effective at getting users to use, and actually enjoy, SharePoint?
Does this sound familiar?
SharePoint user: “I don’t know how to share documents in the new SharePoint interface. Can you show me really quick?”
You: “I’m in the middle of an important upgrade. Check out the Help feature or check YouTube for a video you can follow.”
SharePoint user: “Well, I’ve got you on the line right now. Can’t you quickly show me?”