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Document Mgt Roll-Up: Takeup on Office Alternatives Slow, Cabinet NG Upgrades to v7.0

This week, Forrester answers one of the questions we have been looking at for some time, notably, whether enterprises are taking to MS Office alternatives; Cabinet NG releases v7.0 of CNG-SAFE; Workshare releases an upgrade to its collaboration solution Workshare Compare; eGistics adds to its cloud storage capabilities and CloudMagic searches Gmail and Google Docs.

Document Mgt Roll-up: Document Capture for SharePoint, Office Professional Beta Reviewed

This week, there were a number of additional document management capabilities for SharePoint from Kodak and Access Innovations, we took an in-depth look at Office Professional Plus Beta in the new Office 365 suite, SamePage released v4.4, while IntelliChief upgraded its paperless process management software for the IBM I Enterprise series.

Metalogix Releases Public Beta of SharePoint to Office 365 Migration Tool

Following the release last December of its content migrator for Microsoft’s BPOS, it was inevitable that Metalogix (news, site) would also release a migrator for Office 365. It has done that with the public beta of its Office 365-Ready Metalogix Migration Manager for SharePoint.

Office 365: Office Professional Plus Review

Finally, Office 365 has arrived in beta. Office 365 is Microsoft’s cloud-based online business application subscription service that comes in two packages: One for enterprises with 25 employees but can go as far as 50 users, the other for enterprise users that can be scaled to as many seats as necessary.

Office365 Hits Public Beta, Opens Marketplace for Partners

Productivity tools are a mainstay for every organization and Microsoft wants to ensure that everyone has a set of tools that both work well and are inexpensive to deploy. Today, Office365 has opened to public beta and based on what we've seen, there will be many lined up to the cloud to try it out.

Document Mgt Roll-up: Office, SharePoint Service Packs, Kofax Releases Express 2.5

This week, Microsoft has announced details of its upcoming Service Packs for Office on PC and Mac, Perceptive’s ImageNow integrates with Dynamics AX, Motive’s Cloud Vault is launched on Azure, Kofax releases Express 2.5 and Nuance releases its new PDF Connector.

SMB Tech Roll-up: Google Docs Adds Discussions, SMBs Underline Interest in Virtual Offices

This week, the SMB space has produced a mixed bag of goodies including the addition of document discussions to Google Docs, email archiving from HyperOffice and email security from M86 Security, while Microsoft could end up competing with itself in the cloud office space through SMB Suite.

HyperOffice Adds Cloud-based Email Archiving

hyperoffice_logo_2010.jpg HyperOffice (news, site) has added another cherry to the icing of its cloud-based collaboration suite with the addition of email archiving promising easy email retrieval without the expense of investing in on-premise software like Exchange 2010.

Enterprise Collaboration With Office 2010, SharePoint 2010

An underutilized approach to encourage user adoption and enhance the collaboration experience in SharePoint 2010 is by using the Microsoft Office suite for creation and distribution of content. The integrated nature of the Office suite and SharePoint 2010 offers a familiar, alternative interface to a new platform that can be leveraged in many ways.

SMB Tech Roll-up: Parallels Aims to Corner US$ 50bn Cloud Market, Twitter Doing Better

This week, a number of companies have started taking the SMB cloud market seriously, with Parallels launching an aggressive campaign to corner a market that will be worth US$ 50 billion, KnowlegeTree offering Outlook access in the cloud and Motive expanding its partner channel with US Analytics. Twitter also appears to be doing better in this space, but not as well as Facebook.

Document Management Roll-up: Competition in Office Suite Space, OTEX and Workshare Integrate

One of the big stories this year in the document and document management software space is going to be office suites in the cloud. This week alone there have been at least three developments in this area, from Microsoft, IBM and Google. In the document collaboration space, Workshare document comparison software now integrates with Open Text’s eDocs.

SMB Tech Roll-up: Google and Verizon Partner to Offer Apps, IBM Targets SMBs with New Releases

This week, IBM held its Lotusphere get together, offering Big Blue a chance to highlight some of its recent releases -- two of which target the SMB market specifically, Google and Verizon got together to offer SMB bundled apps, HubSpot goes social and CMSWire goes to the White House.

LogicalDOC 6.0 Benefits From Redesigned Interface, Microsoft Office Integration

LogicalDoc_logo.jpg Open source document management vendor, Logical Objects (news, site), has announced an upgrade to both the community and commercial addition of its LogicalDOC software, which comes with a completely redesigned interface and a new Drop Spot feature for pulling content into the system.

Microsoft Releases Dynamics CRM Online, Challenges Salesforce, Oracle

After four months in beta, Microsoft’s Dynamics CRM 2011 has finally been released worldwide.  The new online CRM is now available in 40 countries and 41 languages, while the on-premise edition is due to be released on February 28.

Microsoft's Dynamics AX Release Speeds-Up ERP Apps Development

Microsoft is still teasing the market with its Dynamics releases. This time, it’s the announcement that it will be releasing a technical preview of its enterprise resource planning software (ERP) at the beginning of February, with a full release scheduled for the third quarter of this year.

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