I work in the IT department for my company and I have been promoted to SharePoint admin for a while. I have spent a lot of time cleaning it up and getting ready for new projects in SharePoint. I am very passionate about SharePoint, but my fellow IT members are not. I hear on the daily "I hate SharePoint".
I would like to change this attitude. I believe part of the problem is they don't really know what SharePoint is for. They believe it is just a file folder that takes a lot of clicks to get there. I feel if I can get my fellow IT team changed to "SharePoint is awesome" I can change the attitude of the company, and I can get the ball rolling here.
Has anyone had any experience with this? How did you handle this? Do you know of any good short videos explaining what SharePoint is, what it can do, and its possibilities? After I successfully get my team on the same page, I want to hold a seminar on SharePoint with the business. There are a few people on my side, but the person that handled it before me cared 0 about her job and it ruined SharePoint for the company.
Help me fix it, please!