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The scene: A conference table in Seattle Opera's Information Systems department, epicenter of their move to SharePoint and a better way of working. We're surrounded by a life-sized fake horse named Thor, a cherub wearing sunglasses and a fright wig, a server rack with a kazillion wires sticking out of it and LEDs blinking at various epilepsy-inducing rates, and a group of people hard at work at the business of creating great Opera. It takes thought, blood, sweat, guts, tears -- well, at least metaphorically. But it's hard work, and like any business, they want to get better and more efficient at it. Their file-sharing infrastructure was getting in the way. Their solution: SharePoint.
We asked a few questions, but mostly listened to them tell their story (and tried not to let Thor distract us). Hear it straight from them in Part 1 of "Office Intervention: We Need SharePoint!" For more of the same resources that we gave the Opera, check out the Help and How-to page on Office.com.
-- Jessica Reading and Doug Kim
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