Despite its Q1 release three years ago, plenty of businesses are still abstaining from SharePoint 2013. Yes, there’s certainly issues to consider before making the switch, as well as plenty to do before implementation can take place, but perhaps the hesitance to upgrade comes from rumor of user dissatisfaction, which may not actually be the fault of SharePoint 2013.

According to AIIM President, John Mancini: “Most implementations are unplanned, underdeveloped and unloved, but not unpopular.”

He suggests many unsuccessful deployments can be attributed to poor implementation strategies and over-inflated expectations.

“You have to build upon it, and it doesn’t come out of the box ready to do all sorts of wild and fantastic things,” says Mancini, who chalks up dissatisfaction to unfulfilled potential and the lack of maximization through third-party add-ons.

Our guide, New Trends, Next Steps in SharePoint Management, initially made available by TechTarget, which includes the insights above –and much more– that can help those on the fence navigate through their concerns and technical considerations.

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