Not that everything Google creates is terrible, but their business apps certainly are. We've used them for the last 5 years of our business and we've never liked it. They've been slow, unresponsive, or over-engineered and we've grown tired of trying to figure them out. So we checked out Office365 and learned we can save money AND get an entire suite of applications for the business. We were sold.
One of the applications that comes with Office 365 is SharePoint, which is a bit of a thrill for me. I use SharePoint daily with my Day Job (insert "opinions are my own and are not an accurate reflection of my company" disclaimer here) and I love it. I'm a bit of a SharePoint geek, actually. I love creating sites and subsites and lists and document libraries and calendars and announcements...everything. So when I found out this came with our purchase, I couldn't wait to leap in and get to work.
Unfortunately, SharePoint isn't the most user-friendly CMS out there. Most of my knowledge was self-taught on the Job, but I'm always learning something new. While my colleagues are catching up, I'm taking over as site administrator. Call it my power grab of the week.