Monday, April 21, 2008

Evaluating SharePoint from a Business Perspective: A Webinar Presented by CMS Watch

We’d like to invite you to attend the Evaluating SharePoint from a Business Perspective webinar. Tony Bryne, the founder of CMS Watch, will be our featured speaker. Register to view the webinar on Thursday, April 24th from 2:00 to 3:00 pm eastern standard time.

About the presentation:

SharePoint 2007 is taking the world by storm, partly because of its breadth of services, but also because it is easy to install and seemingly inexpensive. Yet, the proliferation of SharePoint sites within the enterprise inevitably raises hard questions about where the product truly excels and where it does not. Enterprises around the globe are struggling to “fit” SharePoint into their broader information management strategies.

This seminar will review SharePoint from a business perspective, comparing its information management services to other toolsets in the industry, with a particular look at Portal, Collaboration, and Web 2.0 services. It concludes with selected “do’s” and “don’ts” for enterprises seeking to take a more methodical approach to their use of SharePoint.

What you will learn by attending:

• The eight core business services that SharePoint offers
• How SharePoint compares to other Portal and Collaboration tools
• Where SharePoint is easy, and where it gets hard
• Do’s and Don’ts for leveraging SharePoint properly

About the Speaker
Tony Byrne, Founder
CMS Watch

Tony Byrne is founder of CMS Watch (, an independent analyst firm that evaluates content technologies on behalf of solutions buyers. Tony was part of a team of analysts who researched the CMS Watch SharePoint Report 2008, a 200-pp evaluation of SharePoint.

This is a webinar in order to support the Enterprise³ Conference, May 19th through 22nd in San Diego, California.

Mention Priority Code: BlogMWS0011

We hope you can join us for this webinar with the founder of CMS Watch! Register today for this webinar.

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