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SharePoint Conference .ORG - Is Your SharePoint Healthy? What's The Right Prescription?
 

SharePoint Conference .ORG - Is Your SharePoint Healthy? What's The Right Prescription?

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  • The audience for these assessments shouldn’t always be a technical one. Often we get lost in delivering assessments to the caretakers without delivering to the real patient which is the business and business users themselves. In our example above we described Technology Experts as the caretakers of the organizations technology needs and health. Realistically though for assessments that deal with user adoption, governance, or organizational maturity we are dealing with something beyond the technology. We want to encourage behavior changes (for the better). What better way to do that than by also delivering to the business and business users as well as the caretakers?
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  • While SharePoint internal environments support a ‘mobile’ friendly mode the same feature doesn’t work for anonymous users on public facing websites. In addition to this there is the challenge of much smaller resolutions which SharePoint has not been optimized for. Even the webpages developed within SharePoint are large and according to some experts ‘bloated’ with additional content that often is not applicable for anonymous users. There are workarounds for all of these issues (and more), but most require some level of customization or code. So while optimizing SharePoint sites for mobile and tablet devices is possible, it isn’t necessarily easy.What does Microsoft currently have to say about this? “Microsoft SharePoint 2010 supports several modern, standards based, XHTML 1.0 compliant browsers such as Internet Explorer 8, Firefox 3.6 and Safari 4.x as detailed in the “Plan browser support (SharePoint Server 2010)” on Microsoft TechNet. It explains in detail which features work and which do not across the browsers and is the most up to date browser support information. The mobile versions of Safari browser on the Apple iPhone OS (used by the iPhone and iPad) have not been tested by Microsoft, and there may be issues using them with SharePoint 2010.”There are quite a few documented issues (almost all of which relate to the mobile browser and the fact that SharePoint 2010 has not been designed to behave with all touch based interfaces) which are a good reason for concern when many businesses are seeing considerable growth and adoption of tablets. According to the JP Morgan Analyst Group “The tablet market is expected to grow to $35 billion by 2012”. Let me assure you that a big contributor to that growth will be enterprise customers who use SharePoint
  • The audience for these assessments shouldn’t always be a technical one. Often we get lost in delivering assessments to the caretakers without delivering to the real patient which is the business and business users themselves. In our example above we described Technology Experts as the caretakers of the organizations technology needs and health. Realistically though for assessments that deal with user adoption, governance, or organizational maturity we are dealing with something beyond the technology. We want to encourage behavior changes (for the better). What better way to do that than by also delivering to the business and business users as well as the caretakers?
  • The audience for these assessments shouldn’t always be a technical one. Often we get lost in delivering assessments to the caretakers without delivering to the real patient which is the business and business users themselves. In our example above we described Technology Experts as the caretakers of the organizations technology needs and health. Realistically though for assessments that deal with user adoption, governance, or organizational maturity we are dealing with something beyond the technology. We want to encourage behavior changes (for the better). What better way to do that than by also delivering to the business and business users as well as the caretakers?
  • The audience for these assessments shouldn’t always be a technical one. Often we get lost in delivering assessments to the caretakers without delivering to the real patient which is the business and business users themselves. In our example above we described Technology Experts as the caretakers of the organizations technology needs and health. Realistically though for assessments that deal with user adoption, governance, or organizational maturity we are dealing with something beyond the technology. We want to encourage behavior changes (for the better). What better way to do that than by also delivering to the business and business users as well as the caretakers?
  • The audience for these assessments shouldn’t always be a technical one. Often we get lost in delivering assessments to the caretakers without delivering to the real patient which is the business and business users themselves. In our example above we described Technology Experts as the caretakers of the organizations technology needs and health. Realistically though for assessments that deal with user adoption, governance, or organizational maturity we are dealing with something beyond the technology. We want to encourage behavior changes (for the better). What better way to do that than by also delivering to the business and business users as well as the caretakers?

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