Join hashtag #IGChat and learn about SharePoint governance and creating effective governance plans
Over the years, SharePoint has become a favorite among organizations as a place to share and manage content. As SharePoint adoption increases – storage, performance and on-going maintenance become major challenges, and SharePoint governance becomes essential. Archiving and eDiscovery solutions provide a key part in any effective and lasting governance strategy for SharePoint.
In a 2012 survey conducted by Osterman research, the results showed that 39 percent of all SharePoint implementations still don’t have a governance plan. This is due to the fact that implementing governance plans can be difficult.
During this Twitter Chat we will discuss the reasons why organizations need SharePoint governance and the role of archiving and eDiscovery in governance plans. Please join Symantec’s archiving/eDiscovery and SharePoint experts, Dave Scott (@DScottyt) and Rob Mossi (@RMossi24) next Tuesday, December 18 at 10 am PT to chat.
Dave Scott: Dave Scott is a Group Product Manager at Symantec specializing in social media and SharePoint archiving and eDiscovery. He has contributed articles to a number of leading industry publications and is a frequent contributor to Connect.symantec.com.
Rob Mossi: Rob Mossi is a Sr. Product Marketing Manager with Symantec’s Enterprise Vault product team. With a focus on SharePoint, Rob actively participates in SharePoint archiving and information governance thought leadership activities, including research, conferences and social media.
Twitter Chat: SharePoint Governance #IGChat
Date: Tuesday, December 18, 2012
Time: 10 am PT
Length: 1 hour
Where: Twitter – follow the hashtag #IGChat
Moderator: Symantec’s Dave Scott (@DScottyt)