SharePoint still a favorite CMS, but gaps in information accessibility concern users


In a new report, SharePoint: "Shows huge promise... Could do better..." UK-based content intelligence firm Smartlogic delves into the SharePoint gaps identified in an independent MindMetre Research study that polled more than 500 global users who offered up their likes, dislikes, and suggestions for improving the software platform.

Brutally honest in their assessments, 80 percent of users say they're disappointed with SharePoint's ability to deliver satisfactory access to internal information. Almost half of the platform's users (46 percent) think that its enterprise search facility is falling somewhat short of original expectations and 34 percent say that SharePoint is "failing to meet expectations by a considerable margin."


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