IAM Presenting: Who’s the Boss, MOSS?

Microsoft Office SharePoint Server began to take the ECM world by storm with the introduction of MOSS2007. 2007 was the year in which Microsoft realized that it could make (nearly without trying, or without coordinated effort – YET) a billion dollars USD through the sales of an ECM platform.

The presentation embedded in this post was originally given at by Information Architected principal Dan Keldsen to a crowd at the Content Management Forum in late 2007, and which has since been viewed over 5,000 times in various formats and venues.
The presentation is “Who’s the Boss, MOSS?” and provides an overview of the strengths and weaknesses of MOSS2007 and the impact on businesses of the capabilities of MOSS in providing “Basic Content Services” options at an initial price-point that, at face-value, appears to be much less expensive than “traditional’ ECM solutions.
You can view or download the presentation below:
We will be continuing our ongoing research and consulting around Microsoft Office SharePoint Server throughout 2009 and into the forseeable future. If you agree or disagree with any of the findings or concepts of this presentation, please feel free to weigh-in with your thoughts.
Has MOSS2007 exceeded your expectations? Failed miserably? It’s only by sharing our mutual experiences that we will be able to steer MOSS into the most useful direction, so pipe up!
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“During a week long "Proving Ground" for Information Architecture and Taxonomy, Dan added delightful perspectives from his incredibly diverse knowledge to help illustrate the classic techniques and lighten the rather dry science of IA. In the classes and workshops I learned that formality and formula are a first step and beyond that it is about context and connecting ideas. The Proving Ground experience has helped me in several ECM, information management, and data governance projects. Since the class I’ve followed Dan's blogs and podcasts that prove he is a master at connecting the science to the art, and knows how to get to the heart of managing enterprise content and knowledge.”
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