Microsoft SharePoint Muscles Into The Records Management Market
January 27, 2010
Why Read This Report
Pervasive adoption of SharePoint isn't exactly a secret, but it may come as a surprise to some that organizations are now using SharePoint extensively for records management. SharePoint records management users, however, report lower than average satisfaction. With SharePoint 2010, Microsoft is scheduled to deliver records management enhancements. These developments, along with Microsoft's effective overall SharePoint strategy and active participation from key Microsoft partners, move Microsoft into the top spot for 2010 records management adoption.
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Models and Calculators
- Records Management Stakeholder Satisfaction Lags For SharePoint
- Stakeholders Report That 2010 Will See Considerable FRM Growth
Table of Contents
- Seventeen Percent of Organizations Use SharePoint For Records Management
- SharePoint 2010: Not A Panacea For All Records Management Woes
- Expect Partners To Go Where SharePoint Doesn't
- Records Managers Should Look At SharePoint 2010 and Partner Support
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