SharePoint State of the Union, Part 3: Staying the course
By Eric Riz
October 23, 2012 —
(Page 3 of 3)
With SharePoint 2013 waiting in the wings, I hope that these articles have assisted you in your initial planning steps. Best of luck to each of you as you begin to make the tough decisions about aligning SharePoint to your corporate goals and strategic plan. I look forward to working with you and hearing your successes as you align SharePoint to your long-term business needs and objectives.
Eric is the EVP of Systems Integration for Concatenate, a software firm focused on maximizing SharePoint through product innovation and systems integration based in Toronto. You can reach Eric by e-mail at
or on Twitter at @rizinsights. Read his other SharePoint thoughts on his blog at
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