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And finally, the move toward an Online first delivery model is a massive change not only to this version of SharePoint, but to Microsoft's internal product development model and timetable. While it increases the speed of delivery of new features to market, we don't yet know the impact this shift will have to the on-premises model. We'll have to wait and see how Microsoft adjusts to this new delivery model, and give customers time to provide their feedback.
Keeping these themes in mind, adapting to SharePoint 2013 will require specific governance strategies to take advantage of the cloud and its ability to improve enterprise collaboration. The following post will look at what a governance strategy should look like and questions to ask yourself before proceeding with a move to the cloud.
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Editor's Note: To read more by Christian, check out Driving Value with SharePoint Search
About the Author
Christian Buckley is a SharePoint Server MVP and is an Evangelist with Axceler, a SharePoint ISV and Microsoft Gold Partner. Christian actively writes and presents for the SharePoint community, is a SharePoint expert for AIIM.org, and maintains a personal blog at buckleyPLANET.com. You can follow him on Twitter at @buckleyplanet.
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