SharePoint Governance + other finds
Unsure why I did not find this via fs web earlier, but I found some interesting things searching for “sharepoint” on FSweb.
Check this out from September 2010 via < http://fsweb.wo.fs.fed.us/busops/workenvironmentchanges.shtml>.
Microsoft Office SharePoint will improve collaboration across the agency with features like team-managed web sites with built-in document management, calendars, blogs, and other social media features. Microsoft Word, Excel, and other MS Office products will work directly with documents stored in SharePoint for shared authoring, and version management. CIO is developing pilots and working with Resource Information Managers (RIMs) and Information Management Directors (IMDs) to select which SharePoint features we will use.
|Microsoft Office SharePoint||Facilitates collaboration
Provides content management features
Implements business processes
Supplies access to information that is essential to organizational goals and processes
|New system||Pilot being set up||No change|
And there is a governance site!
The above governance site has a link out to a resource that says “focus: replace current ‘O’ drive”
Also interesting link to an earlier survey of O drive usage – some SharePoint related metrics included:
6. What other locations or media do you use to store content? (Choose all that apply)
|External hard drive||2812||55.2%|
|Shared network drive (e.g. NAS – Networked Attached Storage)||218||4.3%|
|USB flash drives||3307||64.9%|
|External "cloud" storage||267||5.2%|
Also from this site – a new tool I was not aware of:
Always fun things to find in a large organization…
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