SharePoint

We've published our annual list of Trend-Setting Products for nearly a decade and a half (more than a century in "technology years"),...This year, we looked at more than 600 products. Some have been around for a while, a testimony to the limber execution of their initial mission of adaptability. Others are relatively new. Posted September 01, 2014

Search, edit, share and collaborate on SharePoint Posted July 18, 2014

VirtualWorks unveils new version of ViaWorks Posted June 02, 2014

Gives administrators full visibility Posted May 29, 2014

Ever since Microsoft began adding Web content management (WCM) capabilities to SharePoint in 2007, customers have been asking themselves when Redmond would get serious about providing a platform suited not just for intranet use cases, but for marketing-oriented websites as well. Posted May 27, 2014

Achieves high level of medical care to Canadians through the evaluation of physicians Posted May 21, 2014

Microsoft SharePoint promises today's organizations a vision of universal access to corporate information. It's designed to be the single place where users can get everything they need to work better and smarter, and collaborate with colleagues no matter where they are. Despite its versatility, more than half of organizations that have implemented SharePoint report that it doesn't fully meet their functional expectations. . . . Posted May 15, 2014

Enterprise content management (ECM) has become a business-critical application, and while EMC Documentum, IBM FileNet and OpenText have dominated this space historically, Microsoft SharePoint is slowly achieving significant traction as the "ECM for the masses" by reducing the high cost, large footprint and long implementation times often associated with traditional solutions. However, while SharePoint's proven collaboration and portal capabilities have driven adoption, the adoption of SharePoint as a full ECM remains low. . . . Posted May 15, 2014

Mention the term "information governance" to anyone responsible for originating content—devising engineering specifications, building financial investment strategies, drafting a legal brief—and chances are that eyes will quickly glaze over. Today's knowledge workers engage in collaborative activities requiring a high degree of concentration and mental processing of complex, nuanced information in many different forms, both written and visual. . . . Posted May 15, 2014

A hole exists in SharePoint security. It isn't the sort of hole one usually thinks about when considering content security, the type that allows unauthorized users to access restricted content. Rather, it's a hole in the functionality spectrum. That spectrum is marked by extremes: Out of the box, SharePoint provides only basic document security options that protect the integrity of the repository but don't effectively address misuse of content through unauthorized distribution. At the other end of the spectrum are add-on solutions that address some of SharePoint's shortcomings, but do so only for a high implementation cost. . . . Posted May 15, 2014

SharePoint has matured over the past 13 years. What has changed? Enterprises are still affected by a volatile economy, burgeoning regulatory requirements and the overall challenge to do more with less. This is also evident in organizations' use of SharePoint. Results from a Concept Searching survey found SharePoint is no longer relegated to just a departmental solution or a collaboration platform. Enterprises today face very serious challenges in compliance, potential data breaches and the spiraling costs and frequency of eDiscovery and litigation support. . . . Posted May 15, 2014

Collaboration is essential to modern day businesses. Collaboration tools like SharePoint have been proven to improve efficiency among individuals and teams, accelerating business processes and decision-making across the enterprise. SharePoint has been widely adopted. It is considered one of the most rapidly growing enterprise technologies today by allowing companies to create sites to share information, manage documents and publish reports. A critical side-effect, however, is the generation of vast quantities of content, records and information. . . . Posted May 15, 2014

Bruce Springsteen said "Music is what makes us not be stupid." I'm probably overstretching the metaphor, but there's a correlation to SharePoint in there, too.

The thing about SharePoint is that it is everything at the same time. And sometimes nothing at the same time. And by that I am not trying to be critical, I'm just saying that the platform is not as complete as you'd hope it to be. . . .
Posted May 15, 2014

Publish and share information from Lync sessions Posted May 09, 2014

AvePoint releases DocAve 6 Service Pack 4 Posted May 08, 2014

HiSoftware releases Site Sheriff Posted May 05, 2014

Extends DAM functionality to external suppliers and agencies Posted April 02, 2014

No-code workflows Posted March 17, 2014

While Bill Clinton may be associated with the concept of Transformation, most would ponder...why in the world would Bill Clinton be mentioned in the same sentence as SharePoint or Office 365? Posted March 17, 2014

RAMP offers VCP for Microsoft Business Productivity suite Posted March 04, 2014

Upgrades Prizm Content Connect for SharePoint Posted February 28, 2014

Releases Safe-T Box 5.0 Posted February 26, 2014

Fast, purpose-built solution Posted February 18, 2014

Results filtered according to user permissions Posted February 03, 2014

SaaS platform for Office 365, hosted on Azure Posted January 23, 2014

Introduces Migration Expert Posted January 21, 2014

Document viewing and data exchange with third parties Posted December 17, 2013

Strengthening telephony, CRM and collaboration features Posted December 12, 2013

Dashboards and reports enhance management and adoption Posted December 03, 2013

Service Pack 4 supports hybrid deployments Posted December 02, 2013

Introduces Coveo for Salesforce Communities Posted November 20, 2013

Further advancing SharePoint administration Posted November 01, 2013

MetaVis platform preserves content and metadata Posted October 31, 2013

It's clear that cloud computing is now much more than a fad or a buzzword; it's a business reality that is backed up by cold, hard cash. In fact, in a recent study released by IDC, the research firm found that public IT cloud services spending will reach $98 billion in 2016, with a compound annual growth rate five times the growth of the IT industry overall. This is especially true of emerging markets and early-stage companies. According to the IDC study, emerging markets will grow their cloud services spending by 44% through 2016, and will account for almost 30% of net-new public IT cloud services spending overall. Early-stage companies (defined as being in business for less than five years), plan to increase their spending on public cloud. . . . Posted October 29, 2013

The winners of the KM Promise and the KM Reality awards will be formally announced on Thursday, Nov. 7, at the 2013 KMWorld Conference at the Renaissance Downtown Hotel in Washington, D.C. Posted October 29, 2013

Protection and control of cloud-based assets Posted October 25, 2013

Adds robust backup and diagnostic solutions Posted October 23, 2013

Releases Social Sites for Innovation Posted October 16, 2013

Mocana releases Mobile App Protection for iOS 7 Posted October 07, 2013

More capabilities for SharePoint administrators Posted September 16, 2013

Meet regulatory standards, monitor document access and secure documents centrally and automatically. Posted September 09, 2013

Accellion premieres beta program Posted September 06, 2013

Offer migration, backup and security products Posted September 05, 2013

The common thread running through all the products listed here is the unique value—and potential value—they offer the organization, its workers and their various constituencies. Posted September 01, 2013

Includes ControlPoint governance/administration solution Posted August 28, 2013
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