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My Symposium One-on-One Questions for Wednesday

by Guy Creese  |  October 24, 2012  |  1 Comment

Today at Symposium, topics that end-user clients want to discuss are:

  • Tips for implementing SharePoint 2010 throughout the organization
  • Mobile strategy for Office, SharePoint/Content Management
  • E-discovery as it pertains to security in mobility
  • SharePoint deployment
  • SharePoint as a solution and what other enterprises are doing with it
  • SharePoint best practices, the roadmap, and do’s and don’ts/pitfalls to avoid when deploying the solution
  • Office 365
  • Office 365, productivity suite
  • SharePoint governance best practices
  • How to get the most out of SharePoint

These are the end-user questions. I also have two one-on-ones scheduled with vendors looking for market trends and positioning advice, for a total of 12 one-on-ones today, from 8:30 in the morning until 6:00 tonight.

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Guy Creese
Research VP
4 years at Gartner
32 years IT industry

Guy Creese is a vice president and research director for Gartner Research, within the Gartner for Technical Professionals division. He covers a range of topics at the intersection of collaboration, content management, and communications. Read Full Bio

Thoughts on My Symposium One-on-One Questions for Wednesday

  1. Barry Jinks says:

    Great to meet you last week, Guy. Tremendous insights into the power of Content Value Optimization and what we can do in our products to support it.

    I appreciate the time you spent with me and hope to catch up soon.

    Barry Jinks
    CEO, Colligo

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