Finding Your SharePoint Champions

Implementing SharePoint is a challenge, to say the least. It takes a lot of IT and management hours to define what we want to achieve with our portal, followed by many hours implementing and customizing SharePoint according to our requirements. Then, we need to start building team sites and tweaking the portal pages according to[…]

5 Reasons Why SaaS Analytics Make Sense for Your Business

What is SaaS? Software as a Service (SaaS) is a software distribution model in which applications are hosted by a vendor or service provider and made available to customers over a network, such as the Internet. Instead of installing and maintaining software on your own server, you simply access the software through the internet. This[…]

SharePoint Governance

Governance is an important part of every SharePoint deployment. Like most things, a portal has its rules; what is allowed, and what isn’t. If there are no rules there’s chaos, and as most know, SharePoint can be a pretty chaotic place in and of itself. This is why we need to have a clear governance[…]

Analyzing Intranets and Corporate Portals – Part II

In my previous post I described the difficulties that occur when analyzing corporate portals and measuring portal ROI using regular web analytic tools. In a nutshell, the most common problem with analyzing corporate portals in general and SharePoint, in particular, is the fact that portals are actually controlled by any number of users. They are[…]

Analyzing Intranets and Corporate Portals – Part I

Have you ever tried applying classic web analytic methodologies to your corporate portal? If so, you’ve probably noticed that although the basic metrics work properly, the interpretations of those metrics are not as straightforward as might be expected. Finding a web analytic solution for a corporate portal is a process. It usually begins when whoever[…]