4 Reasons Not to Migrate to SharePoint Without a Training Plan

Training is an extremely important pillar that must be included in any major SharePoint migration project. Create a comprehensive training plan accommodating the different learning styles, geographic challenges, resource constraints, and roll-out strategy you have. Take into account what functions in SharePoint you’re implementing, the important tasks you want employees to learn, behaviors you want them to practice, and also how much money you have to do all of this.

New eBook: Four Steps to Ace Your SharePoint Migration

Many companies are turning to Microsoft Office 365 and Microsoft SharePoint to improve the speed and quality with which they work. Nearly 60 percent of companies surveyed by the Association for Image and Information Management (AIIM) stated they would incorporate Microsoft’s cloud solutions in the near future. For many that are still on SharePoint 2010, moving to either SharePoint 2013 or SharePoint 2016 will require a massive change.

Panda Adventures: How to Make SharePoint Adoption Fun with Gamification

This blog is the latest installment in Content Panda’s series depicting a company’s journey to adopt Microsoft SharePoint. Catch up by reading last week’s post 

John, Christine, and the rest of the CIEWG SharePoint champions have been working around the clock to blend classroom training and an online portal to ensure the first wave of SharePoint adopters, CIEWG’s new hire class, goes smoothly next week.   

Showing Users the Ropes: Providing Expert End User Training for SharePoint

This blog is the latest installment in Content Panda’s series depicting a company’s journey to adopt Microsoft SharePoint. Catch up by reading last week’s post 

“This communication plan is great!” Andrew said as he flipped through the presentation Kathy put together for John and Christine to bring to CIEWG’s CEO. “I especially like the idea of using something local as a mascot. Hope is perfect for this.”