Thank you for your response...I think we all need to look at Sharepoint and determine whether it's truly a "money pit"...IMHO, once the plunge is made to adopt Sharepoint, a company is committed to the operating environment & its apparent flaws. Whether it "pencils out" in a cost-benefit analysis is a big question.
Brian A. Moriki
AVP & Manager - OSD Records Management
First Hawaiian Bank
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Brian, this is a very good inquiry, but have yet to find a good unbiased published answer, so far. At least with respect to managing information. I've had discussions with several colleagues and have heard an equal amount of pros, cons, and in-between.
We use, and have been using a document management system (e-Docs) for several years but recently (last month) had SharePoint deployed and available for Team & Project Sites. Your question is one that we are beginning to grapple with so we can determine how best to manage our info with respect to RIM concerns and cost; it's too early to tell. Now that I think of it, sounds like a research project for me.
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