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Hi all - I have a question for those of you working with SharePoint as
your intranet, doc management, and project management solution. We are
going to be implementing it here to serve the purposes just listed. My
* Do you have a dedicated SharePoint administrator?
* If so, what responsibilities and tasks does that person perform
related to SharePoint?
* What are the qualifications they would need to fully assume the
* Does this person do other work in addition to administering
* How much of their time is spent administering SharePoint?
We are a small company and currently cannot add headcount to cover this
role, so I need to make sure that, as this is being dumped in my lap
(the administration of it), that I recommend the proper resources. I
have no intention of becoming a database administrator, web developer,
or content manager myself. =)
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