For better of worse, my prejudice of facebook is that it is an outstanding source of the following types of content:
Humblebrag b.s. instagram photos
passive aggressive shitposting about politics
I can use social networks at work- but if they actually brought facebook in and demanded that we used it, I might consider quitting. I'd probably write a python script to repost random technical shit from a reasonable set of Twitter sources. But no way would I be happy about bringing facebook into my office.
Actually you know what.. probably
You need higher-ups to start the trend, and answer tough questions candidly, but once that is the case, people with things to say will put forward similarly clear and pointed arguments.
It's possible your experience with SharePoint was more an issue with who configured it. Or that you're thinking of SP2007?
P.S. I've been involved in rollouts (as a subsite admin, not IT) of SP2007 and SP2013.
If you are going to post something stupid, you have to be MOTIVATED to do so on sharepoint.
> If you are going to post something stupid, you have to be MOTIVATED to do so on sharepoint.
I suppose I'd call that a feature, then :)
Relevant xkcd: https://xkcd.com/927/
The only way to win is not to play the game.
Note that you can use various controls to mute the kind of posts you don't like and encourage ones you like. Facebook feed is kind of like a mirror of oneself ;).