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New Post 5/7/2012 11:26 AM
User is offline ernesto__
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lotus notes or sharepoint? 

We are going to do this migration at my company and I want to be able to have something to say at the meeting. What is the better platform?

Can anyone help me ?

Thank you.

 
New Post 8/16/2012 6:04 AM
User is offline Ross Taylor
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Re: lotus notes or sharepoint? 

 First you need to full planning for your company about migrate.  Then you understand  which things are  you required, after that you anounced the meeting aboout progress beteen you, your company staff and emplyees. you  can explain your plan to your company members after they give some suggestion on your plan,  they know how to running your company. you need to simply say  to employee your thoughts in your mind definately they can understand. because they working with your company maximum years. 

 
New Post 8/16/2012 10:44 AM
User is offline Anthony Chen
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Re: lotus notes or sharepoint? 
Modified By Anthony Chen  on 8/16/2012 11:45:38 AM)

It pretty much all depends on what your organization is trying to accomplish. However my experience is that lotus notes is terrible for just about everything. Sharepoint is really easy to get a ton of value out of even in its most plain vanilla form.

I have seen many companies create great internal document management systems with sharepoint. the people I know at IBM hate lotus notes :)

 
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