You can argue it if you want, but this week was all about SharePoint -- and little about Microsoft Dynamics CRM and AX. In fact, as one of our editors pointed out, there’s more SharePoint than you could shake a stick at — largely as a result of the SharePoint Conference 2014 in Las Vegas.

In no particular order, here are some of the items that either slipped under the radar or which caught our attention. There is also some mention of Microsoft Convergence Dynamics.

Outlook and Skype Get Cozy

Microsoft has made Skype integration from inside available worldwide. Initially, the integration was offered to users in the US, UK and Germany as of the end of April 2013, and a number of other countries over the course of last summer.

However, until this week’s announcement, it was still limited, with most people having to use the two applications separately. The service is now available to everyone along with a number of improvements, including HD video calling for PC users, call notifications, and support for Safari users on Macs. And why? Simon Longbottom Skype's director of global marketing explained:

Even with the best email service, sometimes text isn’t enough. We all face those situations where it’s just easier to jump on a call to talk something through. Sometimes that quick call can accomplish more than a long email reply. That’s why we are bringing Skype audio and video calling to your inbox."

So now you have an inbox with a video feed and more — lots more — unstructured information to manage. While his may be useful for home use, its use in the enterprise will be a different story. Interesting one to watch.

SharePoint Migration by Metalogix

Every year Metalogix comes up with a tantalizing addition to its SharePoint portfolio for the SharePoint conference. This year was no different. We already touched on this one briefly earlier this week, but it merits another look.

With Email Migrator 3.0 and Content Matrix 7.0, which work together or independently, Metalogix enables enterprises migrate email, files and SharePoint into Office 365.

With Office 365 traction now firmly established, organizations of all sizes are demanding a better and faster way to move to Office 365, with Microsoft projecting that Office 365 is on track to become a $1.5 billion business.

While its impossible to say whether it will actually hit that target, there is no doubt the prospect of SharePoint Online in Office 365 is attracting considerable interest in the enterprises space. To make the best of it, organizations will have to be able to move all their relevant data quickly, and effectively, which is where the new releases come in to play.

Until now, IT administrators have been forced to use disparate tools to migrate on-premises email, files or SharePoint content to Office 365 in the absence of a full suite of third-party tools or out-of-the-box solutions.

However, Email Migrator 3.0 and Content Matrix 7.0, which both employ Metalogix’ migration engine and intuitive user interface to do this and to manage every single step along the thorny path of migration. But there’s more on the way, according to Steven Murphy, Metalogix’s CEO: