Free White Paper: The High Cost of a Poor SharePoint Site

Joel Oleson February 28, 2014 1
Free White Paper: The High Cost of a Poor SharePoint Site
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SharePoint needs to be designed with end users in mind, which means application performance should be a top priority for any SharePoint project. Too often the problems of latency and offline access are not addressed until well after a SharePoint site is deployed and the organization starts to feel the impact of the poorly designed site.

A poorly designed SharePoint site can have disastrous consequences for:

  • Application performance
  • Real time collaboration
  • SharePoint adoption
  • User and customer satisfaction
  • Time-to-completion
  • Procedural workflows
  • Overall profitability

     

This free white paper explores the high costs of a poorly designed SharePoint site, the impacts of latency and a lack of offline access, as well as how to solve the problem.

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