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SharePoint 2010 Review: The New 6 Pillars of SharePoint

SharePoint2010_logo_2009.jpg Millions of people across the globe are celebrating (or at least paying some degree of attention) as Microsoft rolls out the red carpet for the official launch of SharePoint 2010 (news, site) and Office 2010. There are a lot of changes in this latest version, much related to an improved user experience, some of it related to improved collaboration and business processes. 

Document Management Roll-up: Are DMS replacing ECMs? IBM Beefs Up BPM Solutions

There has been anecdotal evidence over the past 12 months that in some instances document management software is replacing enterprise content management systems. New research seems to bear that out. IBM has upgraded its business process management suite.

Document Management Roll-up: Microsoft Launches Facebook Docs, Google Bites Back

More this week about the ongoing Google Docs -- Microsoft Office tit-for-tat with the addition of Office 2010 capabilities to Facebook. Google shrugs it off and upgrades app for Outlook migration.

Kainos Evolve: Document Management for Hospitals, Built on Autonomy

autonomy_logo_2009.jpg Despite claims by Autonomy (news, site) and Irish-based Kainos that they are launching the next-generation electronic document management software for hospitals, there is little in the release of Evolve that is new -- except for the fact that it is a records management solution specifically targeted at patients.

Open Text and MS SharePoint Partner for GRC

Open Text (news, site) has been cuddling up with Microsoft (news, site) on the governance, risk management and compliance (GRC) front for SharePoint 2007 and 2010.

All the action has been happening at the Microsoft Technology Centers, where both companies have presented enterprises with how to plan, build and test regulatory compliance solutions.

Autonomy Q1 Revenue Jumps 50%, Looking for New Takeover Targets

autonomy_logo_2009.jpg After record breaking revenues in 2009, Autonomy (news, site) has continued its charge by reporting first quarter revenues of US $194.2 million, up 50% on the same quarter last year with 19 sales contracts worth over US $1 million as opposed to 10 in the same quarter last year.

SMB Tech Roll-up: Microsoft SMB Partners Spending, SaaS CRM Adds Twitter Integration

Microsoft’s SMB survey shows spending is definitely in the air but while it looks like they will be investing in technology, many are looking for cost efficiencies through IT department cuts. Iron Mountain gives SMBs litigation support.

GRC Roll-up: Government Ponders The Cloud, SharePoint 2010 Extended For Physical Records

There have been a number of research papers and studies published this week covering GRC, not least of which is one that pinpoints how Federal agencies are looking at the cloud. Document Management systems may also be loosing ground to enterprise content compliance systems.

Celebrating National Library Week with an Archive of Tweets

Perhaps it was in celebration of National Library Week that the Library of Congress, the mother of all libraries announced that they’d be archiving all the tweets tweeted since Twitter’s creation in 2006.

Iron Mountain Searches PCs For Data, Do You Mind Being Watched?

Iron Mountain Searches PCs For Data, Do You Mind Being Watched?Searching through outlying laptops and PCs for data, or data related to rediscovery looks to be rule rather than the exception as Iron Mountain (news, site) releases Connected Classify & Collect, a solution that can search through data in enterprise computers gather it and classify it for eDiscovery.

Subscriptions and Partnerships Grow Alfresco's Revenues by 61%

Alfresco_logo_2009.jpg Some things do well during a recession and open source enterprise content management is one of them. Proof in point is the release of Alfresco's (news, site) annual figures that shows 61% increase in revenues.

Document Management Roll-up: Google Fixes Outlook Glitch, No MS Office For Blackberry, iPhone

Microsoft has received a lot of attention this week with the technical preview version of its soon-to-be-released upgraded Dynamics CRM and the announcement of no mobile Office solution for the iPhone. Google also kept Microsoft in the news patching a glitch in the connector between Outlook and Gmail accounts. But it wasn't all about Microsoft - not completely.

GRC Roll-up: Legal Ramifications of the Cloud, SMBs Sweat Compliance

In the GRC world this week, we examine electronic records legislation, the need for compliance in the cloud and how small businesses need to implement strategies to reduce risk.

Zylab Upgrades Email Management, Offers Outlook, Lotus Notes Archiving

zyLab_logo_2009.jpg Information access technology provider ZyLab (news, site) has just upgraded its email management software so that client companies will be able to archive directly from Microsoft Exchange, Lotus Notes and Novell Groupwise.

Vamosa Adds More Content Governance Capabilities via MetaPoint

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Enterprise Content Governance (ECoG) provider Vamosa (news, site) has extended its existing partnership with SchemaLogic (news, site), the makers of MetaPoint metadata management software.

As part of this deal, Vamosa gets to resell and support Schemalogic’s MetaPoint -- software integrated with MS Office and MS SharePoint -- in Europe, extending the breadth of its own ECoG suite of products.

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