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Highlights of the Week
- Extending SharePoint for Legal Document Management ClearPeople and Microsoft recently published a case study that highlights how the SharePoint platform can be leveraged for vertical document management solutions.
- Where Does Interwoven Fit in Autonomy’s Q1 Results?. Autonomy reported its financial results for the first quarter of 2009. According to the company, these (unaudited) numbers represent the highest Q1 revenues and profits in Autonomy's history.
- Create Custom, Personalized Navigation for SharePoint Services Sites. Learn more about SharePoint Navigators — a new tool that lets you customize and personalize the navigation for your users in Windows SharePoint Services (WSS3.0) or MOSS.
- Communities Insights with Telligent's Lawrence Liu and George Dearing. When you start thinking about whether or not you need a community, there are likely a dozen questions running through your mind — at least there should be.
- Multi-Platform Chat Application Adds Skype to Your Browser. We've said it before so we'll say it again: Everybody's getting into the multi-platform chat game. The most recent solution to hit our radar is a little known application called imo.im, a Web based service that mimics popular alternative, Meebo.
- CMS Expo: Drupal Themes (and rumors). Dropping in at the expo.
- 8 Must Read Articles - Social Computing in the Enterprise. Here we offer you 8 articles on social computing, some focused on the plan, some focused on the technical solution. Both will provide you plenty of information to focus on your plans.
Most Popular Articles
And these are the articles you couldn't get enough of during the past week -- if page views are anything to go by, anyways. So, what was your fancy? SharePoint, ROI and open source.
- Autonomy Interwoven: Meaning Based Computing is the Future of Web CMS. We aim to better understand Interwoven's role within the walls of Autonomy.
- Traditional Writing Skills Don't Work on the Web. Most web content is overwritten; too much content, too much context, not nearly enough focus on the action. Unfortunately, we're taught to write this way.
- Apache CMIS Implementation: Is There Chemistry?. Meet Chemistry — a recently-proposed Apache Incubator Project with a goal of creating a generic, open-source, Java-language implementation of CMIS.
- Alert: What's Coming for Open Source CMS in May 2009. Here's what you can expect in May 2009. To avoid playing favorites, the projects are presented in alphabetical order.
- WordPress Can Be a Multilingual CMS, Meet WPML Well, well, well, it appears as though WordPress fanboys and fangirls are even more bent on making the popular platform a complete Content Management cure-all than we initially thought.
- Taking Enterprise Social Messaging and Collaboration to the Desktop. To get a better handle on their new Desktop solution, CMSWire talked with SocialText Chairman, President and Co-founder Ross Mayfield.
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