SharePoint is an incredibly useful suite of tools, so much so that something like 80% of Fortune 500 companies use it in one capacity or another. But it's a highly customizable platform, with a wide and diverse array of possible functions and applications. So it ends up being a lot of different things to a lot of different companies. The potential danger this opens businesses to is that the solution they design isn't sufficiently well matched to what workers will be using it for. And this all too often leads to poor user adoption--and sub-optimum returns on the investment made in the technology. To help you understand what needs to happen in the planning and design phases to ensure later adoption, as well as what needs to happen post-deployment, we've put together this handy infographic.
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