Finding the Common Thread Running Through Different Methods of Supporting SharePoint End Users in Need of Training Content

SharePoint-Videos offers Business Solutions for SharePoint, which are designed to satisfy the burning needs many organizations have for a reliable method of supporting SharePoint end users as they attempt to successfully complete computing tasks in a SharePoint computing environment. There is a common thread running between these solutions. In this writer’s opinion, it will be helpful for anyone considering how best to address a need such as the one just presented, to keep this common thread in mind. In-Context access to training content uniquely capable of meeting the needs of SharePoint users, on demand, is the consistent theme running through…
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End Users Benefit When Help is Available for SharePoint 2013 Lists, Libraries, Pages, and Communicating with Office Components

If active SharePoint users within larger organizations only spend a few moments, per week, using the computing platform, how can the majority of users, who very seldom use it, be expected to remember important, basic computing techniques? Bottom line: they can’t, and for this reason it is very important for IT organizations, and stakeholders in a successful implementation, to provide these users with training content to refresh their understanding, as they require. SharePoint-Videos.com offers a set of 105 video tutorials specifically designed to support SharePoint end users. Our SP131 End User Training Set provides these users with the help they…
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Use VisualSP to Put a Damper on the Cost of Implementing SharePoint

In a blog post titled Estimating SharePoint 2013 Licensing Costs, written by Joe Cromer, Practice Leader, at Digital Evolution Group out of Kansas City, MO, a business can put together a broad estimate of the likely cost of implementing SharePoint Server on premises. From the information provided in Cromer’s article, we put together a cost estimate of $204K for an enterprise business with 1000 SharePoint users, 2 SharePoint 2013 Servers, and Enterprise licensing. This $204K cost is simply the expense of acquiring the system, and doesn’t include any of the costs required to install the system, configure it for targeted…
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Low Levels of User Adoption Continue to Tarnish the Success of SharePoint Implementations by Large Communities of Users

According to content posted on the Titus, Inc. web site, the report on SharePoint published in September of 2013 by AIIM, SharePoint 2013 – Clouding the Issues indicates low levels of adoption as a major hindrance to the success of SharePoint implementations for large communities of users. If you have a stake in the success of SharePoint for your community, then this obstacle to success can actually lead to insomnia. It’s difficult to deliver on an expected return on investment if end users still fail to adopt the computing system you need them to use to achieve the operating cost…
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An Example of How to Measure End User Progress In a SharePoint Adoption Campaign

Many of our customers are using our End User Video Tutorial sets. These customer are using either our SP101 or SP131 End User Video tutorial sets for SharePoint as a method of presenting their communities with a very direct presentation of the computer techniques they will need to use, on a daily basis, as they implement SharePoint computing. But these sets can also provide stakeholders with important metrics on usage. In the case of communities supported with SharePoint 2013, Microsoft’s Productivity Hub is no longer an option. Our video tutorial set can be successfully implemented, in conjunction with an implementation…
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SharePoint Adoption Strategies Benefit When Users are Trained to Implement New Methods

When an organization’s computing infrastructure already includes SharePoint, it makes sense for the IT Department, and even Line of Business (LoB) units to evaluate the suitability of SharePoint for any of a wide range of enterprise objectives. The key ingredient, regardless of the plan, will likely be user training. We market a help system for SharePoint, VisualSP™, which is designed to support precisely the type of training effort promising to contribute to a successful SharePoint user adoption campaign. If readers need some background on this point, I would point them to SharePoint user adoption planning & tips – Part 1….
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On Demand, In Context Content Delivery Systems Benefit SharePoint Partners And Users

I’ve spent a considerable amount of time in this blog talking about why SharePoint end users benefit from technical training content they can access when they need it (meaning on-demand), and where they need it, which is often directly within the workspace for SharePoint (in other words, in-context). SharePoint-Videos.com has developed a system capable of exposing this type of content — video tutorials, slide sets, documents, images, etc — directly to all levels of SharePoint users. Our system is VisualSP™, the Help System for SharePoint 2010 and 2013. This system is also capable of empowering SharePoint Partners — developers, integrators,…
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SharePoint Stakeholders Concerned with Data Security Should Look to an On Premise Solution for End User Training

SharePoint stakeholders considering a solution for end user training should address the question of how best to provide these users with access to training content. Making the right choice between online, and on premise locations will be very important. The importance of making the right choice is especially urgent where an organization is sensitive to online data security. We offer a help system for SharePoint, VisualSP™. The video tutorial training content, documents, images, etc, which we include with our product are a ll designed to be installed on premises. So any organization requiring a solution for end user training suitable…
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SharePoint 2010 Site Owners are Best Supported with Short Video Training Classes that Present Required Procedures without Abstraction

Rehmani Consulting, Inc. sells a set of 105 short video training courses on SharePoint 2010. Our SharePoint 2010 End User Training Course is the ideal set of training content on industry best practices for SharePoint 2010, and, as such, ought to be provisioned to site owners in order to support successful performance of required procedures. SharePoint site owners are required to successfully perform a range of computing procedures within a SharePoint 2010 work space. This set of procedures should be designed to support successful attainment of objectives included and detailed in a governance plan for SharePoint for a specific organization….
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A Sensible Method of Provisioning Training Specific to a SharePoint 2010 Governance Plan is a Hybrid Approach

Rehmani Consulting, Inc offers a hybrid set of training content for SharePoint 2010 administrators, site owners and developers. The content components of our hybrid set can be found on the Corporate Training section of our web site. Our hybrid set of training content is an ideal solution for an organization looking to implement SharePoint 2010 along the lines of a detailed governance plan. In the last post to this blog we presented the notion that a meaningful implementation plan for SharePoint 2010 can be based upon a specific governance plan. The governance plan, which ought to be in document format,…
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