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Persuading users to manage and share their content in SharePoint and not elsewhere Expanding the use of SharePoint for more business processes Aligning governance, security and usage policies with other enterprise apps Achieving uniformity of classifica on and metadata structures Strategic decisions on integra on with social, mobile and cloud

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The user interface is s ll difficult Maintaining and upgrading our customiza ons Managing rapidly increasing storage volumes Managing mul ple content types It’s too complex to manage and enhance Keeping up to date with version upgrades All of the above

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SharePoint 2003 In most organizations, SharePoint is still an IT-driven platform, and this is reflected in high levels of customization, reluctant user take-up, and a limited spread of business processes. SharePoint 2007 SharePoint 2010

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SharePoint 2010 is the most popular primary live version, although there are still plenty of 2007 users, and more people are still rollingSuperceded out SharePoint 2010 (20%) thanLive, are but rolling out legacy SharePoint 2013 (17%). mostly content SharePoint 2013 was launched (somewhat gradually) at the start of the year, and is largely in evaluation Live, primary in have use some Live someassites or applica ons mode for most organizations, although 27%version already live on usage at the date of this survey (July 2013). There is little difference Rolling acrossout company sizes or regions.Evalua on Figure 9 illustrates the current usage for each version (reading horizontally along the individual bars, with some double-counting).

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