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My Symposium One-on-One Questions for Tuesday

by Guy Creese  |  October 23, 2012  |  Comments Off on My Symposium One-on-One Questions for Tuesday

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

  • Using SharePoint for document management and records management
  • User experience platform (UXP) evolution and SharePoint
  • Using a contract management system built on SharePoint; investigating using SharePoint for content management
  • Microsoft SharePoint and records management
  • Developing an e-government portal using SharePoint
  • What are people doing with SharePoint in terms of actual application use?
  • Thinking of expanding our Microsoft Lync deployment to include telephony
  • SharePoint

These are the end-user questions. I also have three one-on-ones scheduled with vendors looking for market trends and positioning advice, for a total of 13 one-on-ones today, from 8 in the morning until 5:30 tonight.

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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

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