Majority of Microsoft SharePoint users 'disillusioned' with its services, claims report
"Almost two-thirds of Microsoft SharePoint enterprise users are 'disillusioned' with the services provided by the collaboration tool, believing it to offer an 'unsatisfactory' performance when it comes to meeting the original brief of what SharePoint was deployed for.
That's according to Collaborative Credentials, a new report by online application developer Mando Group. It was based upon a study among 300 senior IT professionals into whether collaborative SharePoint-based intranets are meeting user needs for information access, sharing and retrieval.
The results don't make positive reading for Microsoft, despite the company having sold SharePoint into more than two-thirds of major enterprises.”
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