SharePoint is a fantastically powerful and complex solution that offers more features and bells & whistles than almost any technology platform on the planet. However, it cannot be all things to all people all the time... it works well for somethings like team and document collaboration, and less well for personalization and enterprise content management.
By Toby Ward — “SharePoint is good at a number of things,” says one SharePoint expert at the jboye08 conference in Denmark, addressing a group of SharePoint users and followers in Aarhus. “But it’s bad at just as many.”
I would like to start this article with a disclaimer that I am not 'anti-SharePoint' or anti-Microsoft, but I am 'anti-oversimplification'.
SharePoint (MOSS 2007) is robust solution, but it's not for every organization. Here is some practical advice from Prescient and the authors of CMS Watch's "The SharePoint Report 2008."