Collaboris carried out a survey with 637 respondants. There are lots more stats in here.
Summary: Microsoft is claiming the company is seeing 20,000 new SharePoint users added every day. And that's been the case for the last five years, the Softies say. Microsoft and its competitors are big on breaking down sales data in terms of number of units sold per day.
SharePoint is 10 years old, so TechNet Magazine sat down with the SharePoint director of product management to talk about the platform now and in the future.
This source illustrates just how big Microsoft are. This is a great statistic to use to show how well SharePoint is backed!
A recent AIIM International report, The SharePoint Puzzle - Adding the Missing Pieces found that nearly half of respondents feel that compared to out-of-the-box SharePoint, they could be 50 percent more productive with enhanced workflow, search, informati
Even with an improving economy, there's still a lot of developers out there who are looking for work. And though it may make seasoned Open Source hackers cringe at the thought, one quick way to find employment may be to go over to "the Other Side" and become a Microsoft SharePoint developer.
W3Techs shows statistics and trends in the usage of SharePoint, 10 June 2013.
Put iPad out of your mind for minute and listen to the following two statistics: According to Microsoft, SharePoint now brings in an adjusted $2 billion in a year, and, the firm claims that "two out of three enterprise workers have SharePoint."
The job market can't keep up with the overwhelming demand for SharePoint. Large and mid-size companies have been flocking to it, and in 2011 Microsoft said that 20,000 workers became new SharePoint users every day during the previous five years. With SharePoint going online as a part of Office365, small businesses are beginning to move in that direction.
Metalogix increases its extension of SharePoint capabilities with the acquisition of Axceler's SharePoint governance products. As I pointed out in my research document, Putting Together The SharePoint ECM Puzzle ( http://www.forrester.com/Putting+Together+The+SharePoint+ECM+Puzzle/quickscan/-/E-RES60471), SharePoint's ECM holes have created opportunity for partners to fill in the missing functionality required by organizations looking to implement an ECM solution.
Microsoft's Ballmer to Wall St: Go ahead, compare us to Apple, Amazon, Google, IBM, Salesforce. His slide: pic.twitter.com/8PcGf1VIIY