Friday, November 19, 2010

The SharePoint Adoption Gap (on: the Distracted Enterprise)

Thirty seven percent refuse to use SharePoint, or use it once a month or less.

A quick and simple post this time which is basically a link to a blog post by Jenna on the "Distracted Enterprise" about the SharePoint adoption gap.

A survey by Usamp on the adoption of SharePoint identified (quoting Jenna):

  • According to a uSamp survey of 317 US business email users, only a third of survey respondents with access to SharePoint use it on a daily basis (1) Thirty seven percent refuse to use SharePoint, or use it once a month or less. Why? People say it takes too much time and effort to search, access, and share documents on SharePoint. From email, they have to switch contexts, juggle multiple browser windows, and learn a whole new way of collaborating.
  • Email remains the #1 business communication and collaboration tool, preferred 2 to 1 over the phone. In fact, 80 percent of survey respondents with SharePoint access resort to email ping pong when it comes to document edits.
 
Read the article here: http://distractedenterprise.com/?p=930

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