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Tweet Jam Reminder: Today - The Evolution of SharePoint #EIMChat

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It's that time again! We are just one short hour away from our Tweet Jam. This time around, we're talking SharePoint -- where it started, where it is now and where it's going. So, whether you are sailing the seas or taking a short break from your busy day at work, what better way to spend an hour than joining us?

Microsoft May Be Developing Government Cloud OS

Information Management, Cloud Computing,Microsoft May Be Developing Government Cloud OSThere is further evidence this morning that cloud computing is getting specialized with reports that Microsoft may be in the process of developing one or more versions of its cloud operating system customized for government users.

CMSWire's August Tweet Jam: The Evolution of SharePoint - Meet the Experts #EIMChat

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SharePoint may be leader of the pack in collaboration software but questions still remain as to whether it can hold onto the title or if it risks being overthrown. Be sure to join us this Wednesday as we discuss the joys and pains of SharePoint and take an in depth look into what the future may hold for the "Swiss Army Knife" of technologies.

Microsoft Finally Reveals Office 365 Uptime

Microsoft Office 365, information managementSince the launch of Office 365, Microsoft has been very guarded with any information about things like use, subscription numbers, and -- most important for business users -- its uptime. Now, however, it made a clean breast of at least the uptime element, giving itself nearly straight A’s for the past 4 quarters.

Taming the SharePoint Bear with Social Software: A Cautionary Tale for Microsoft Customers

Social Business Taming the SharePoint Bear with Social SoftwareWe’re Goin’ on a Bear Hunt is a fun song when sung by a group of excited schoolchildren. But it seems as though it may have been actually composed by an IT manager to secretly cope with his frustrations about Microsoft SharePoint.

The So-Called Evolution of SharePoint [Infographic]

SharePoint has come a long way baby -- or has it? True, more companies are using Microsoft's web application platform than ever before and it might even be a household name, depending on the circles you run in, but has SharePoint really evolved? 

CMSWire's August Tweet Jam: The Evolution of SharePoint #EIMChat

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Love it or hate it, SharePoint is here to stay -- or is it? Be sure to join in on this month's Tweet Jam as we discuss the evolution of SharePoint -- how are organizations using it today? Where does Yammer fit in? Where does SharePoint go from here?

The Value & Future of SharePoint On Premises

Information Management, SharePoint On Premises vs Hosted.jpgTo the cloud! That’s all the rage these days and for SharePoint customers, the dominant message.

SharePoint Is Dead - Long Live Office 365

If you've visited the Microsoft website lately, you might be wondering what happened to SharePoint. It hasn't disappeared altogether, but it's certainly harder to find. Is this somehow related to Microsoft’s recent reiteration of its "device and services" strategy? I think it is.

Microsoft Office For Android Smartphones Released, Still Not for Tablets

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When Microsoft released Office Mobile for iPhone, it said it would be doing the same for Android. Today , it has finally released the Android version for Office 365 subscribers.

Document Mgt Roll-up: Finally, Office Web Apps for iPad, iPhone, Perceptive Upgrades Search

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Microsoft has added Office Web Apps for iPad and iPhone, and opened up in 38 new markets. Perceptive has also been busy upgrading its search capabilities, while Nuance took on mobile printing. Here's a snapshot of document management in the past week.

The SharePoint Mobility Forecast: Outlook Cloudy

SharePoint Mobility ForecastMaking SharePoint mobile -- something Microsoft’s customers have been after since at least the 2007 version of the platform, and something Microsoft and its partners have delivered on with mixed results in the intervening years.

Microsoft Restructured: One CEO To Rule Them All - Windows, Cloud, Mobile, Business

 If you’re not a fan of centralized decision making overseen by a single CEO then the restructuring plan that Microsoft announced yesterday probably won’t impress you. However, IT and business analysts have cautiously welcomed the move, even if many are unsure how Steve Ballmer is going to put everything he plans in place.

Microsoft Restructuring: No Obvious Bloodstains, But Will It Be More Agile?

Microsoft RestructuringIt's leaner, it's meaner and, undoubtedly, Steve Ballmer is hoping that Microsoft will become a real killing machine. Not that we should expect blood on the production floors at Redmond -- at least not immediately. The killings Ballmer is looking for right now are in sales. Lots and lots of sales, and across all product lines.

Microsoft Offers Seamless Movement Between Office 365 SKUs #WPC13

Another piece of news from the first day of the Microsoft Worldwide Partner Conference that is worth keeping in mind is that Microsoft has made it possible to move from one Office 365 customer plan, or SKU, to another without the migration problems that have plagued these moves until now.

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