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For years, Microsoft SharePoint has promised smoother collaboration using “social” technology – MySites, metadata, newsfeeds. But user satisfaction with social has trailed traditional document collaboration. Join us for an overview of how to establish SharePoint social technology (2010 and 2013) – from both a technology and cultural perspective. See best case, real-world scenarios for how to use social in effective distributed collaboration, and why! Learn about measuring overall enterprise social maturity levels, and setting up specific tactical operation business intelligence (real usage data) to identify successes and problems in SharePoint 2010 and 2013 social. This session also explores the decision to extend: what the major third-party social vendors bring to the table.
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