This question may seem a little silly, but please bear with me.
We are running Moodle 2.1 with up to 2000 users, and are looking for the best document management solution to manage the number of readings and other files we'd like to have available to our students. The Moodle instance authenticates via Active Directory. Our University has already heavily invested in MS Sharepoint, and I am fully aware that Moodle 2 can connect to Sharepoint via the Repositories plugins. Is this functionality stable, and is the Sharepoint support developed on an ongoing basis? I would rather not invest time in using our current infrastructure with a plugin that isn't going to be developed further.
I ask because (logically) I would rather use the University's existing document management infrastructure, than have to set up an Alfresco instance for which there is very little expertise in the institution.
Can you read between the lines here? I want to provide something that is sustainable to support, foolproof for our userbase and is fit for purpose. Will MS Sharepoint do the job? Will it do it properly? What pitfalls should I watch out for?