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While You Wait
With that said, you may be asking what you can do during the few months that you are waiting to upgrade to SharePoint 2013 from SharePoint 2007 or SharePoint 2010. How about building a governance plan or improving an outdated governance plan? You could also take some time to clean up your SharePoint data so only current and relevant data is migrated to SharePoint 2013. This time could also be used to review and update the organization of your SharePoint information to ensure a user-friendly environment in SharePoint 2013.
As you can see, there’s plenty to do between now and the expected release of SharePoint 2013, regardless of whether you are upgrading from SharePoint 2007 or SharePoint 2010, so be sure to use this time wisely so you can perform an efficient and painless upgrade when SharePoint 2013 is released.
Editor's Note: Brian offered a great overview of SharePoint 2013 in this series, 35,000 Foot View of SharePoint 2013
About the Author
Brian Alderman earned a Master's Degree in Computer Information Systems. Since 1995, Alderman has earned several Microsoft certifications that currently include MCT, MCITP for SharePoint, MCITP for SQL ServerŪ, MCSA and MCSE for Windows ServerŪ, and also a PMP certification. For more information, visit www.mindsharp.com or follow Alderman @brianalderman.
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