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Azaleos Eases Configuration for Microsoft FAST Search Server 2010

Azaleos Eases Configuration for Microsoft FAST Search Server 2010Microsoft FAST Search Server 2010 prides itself on delivering an exceptional intranet and people search experience and a platform for building custom search-driven applications. However, that doesn’t mean it’s easy to configure. Thanks to Azaleos, now it can be.

Technology is the Tool, It's the People Who Matter

As the tech world takes to the skies on their way to Austin, TX to sample the bbq, music and information insights that #SXSWi brings, our experts reminded us this week that technology is only one piece of the puzzle. At the end of the day, it’s about the people, both those outside the enterprise and those doing the day to day work.

Businesses were put on warning that the end of metrics and the sales funnel is here, that social tools for social’s sake within the workspace just won’t cut it if there isn’t a clear benefit and reason for using them, and we were shown how an information architect is like the manager of a large office block.

Intrigued? Read on and save some bbq for me!

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Understanding the Pillars of SharePoint Governance with 21apps Ant Clay

With the widespread adoption of SharePoint across the enterprise, and the steady growth of the small to medium-sized business deployments of both SharePoint on premise and in the cloud (with much of that coming from the success of Microsoft's Office365 platform), organizations are tempering much of their IT-centric push for anything SharePoint.

Microsoft Developing Secure Office 365 Product for Government

During all the hoopla around the Office 365 release, Microsoft promised that everyone would be able to do everything with it, including the government. Then everything went quiet. We didn’t hear much about the government, Microsoft, the cloud and Office 365, until a recent blog post indicated that Microsoft hadn’t forgotten and was getting something ready for government use.

The Art of SharePoint Success: Architecture - The Services Concept

Hopefully you’ve recovered from the excitement of our last installment in the Art Of SharePoint Success? It’s time to think about how we deploy SharePoint into the organization, and don’t worry, we’re not suddenly talking technology.

Doc Mgt Roll-up: CNG v7.5 Release, Lexmark Expands, Adobe Makes Printing Cheap

There were a number of interesting announcements this week including the release of CNG-SAFE v7.5, Lexmark’s addition of new Enterprise CMS functionality through the acquisition of Brainware, OpenText offered Tempo on general release, while Adobe upgraded printing functionality. Meanwhile, Webhostforasp.net offered new SharePoint hosting services.

Metalogix Takes Over Syntergy's SharePoint Replicator

Metalogix said it will purchase Syntergy and integrate its suite of products, including its popular Replicator web platform, into Metalogix' SharePoint content life cycle management solutions portfolio. Syntergy will continue to operate "independently," keeping its Open Text /LiveLink business but Replicator for SharePoint will become part of Metalogix.

Harmon.ie Makes Outlook Social With IBM Connections

In December, harmon.ie offered us the possibility of working in our inboxes and still having access to SharePoint. This week it announced that it will be offering the ability to gain access to IBM Connections through a social sidebar from an Outlook email box later in the year. Oh, and it also added some top new features to the free edition.

SharePoint Applications: System Design and Testing

I’m in the middle of a series on how to build and deploy successful SharePoint document management applications, with the goal of migrating end-users off of the most prevalent legacy document management system out there: that unholy trinity of shared drives, hard drives and email.

In this post, we’ll dive deeper into system design and testing, one of the most exciting parts of the process.

Breaking Down SharePoint Information Architecture Silos #o365redmond

Virgil Carroll’s presentation was a perfect conclusion to a fun, informative day at Office 365 Saturday Redmond. Mr. Carroll introduced his talk with the declarative: SharePoint implementations fail more often than succeed because of poor information architecture. He stated, “Information architecture (IA) is a practice, not a strategy. But there is good news. In IA, there’s no such thing as a right answer. There’s only what fits for your organization.”

The 7 Most Important SharePoint Online Success Factors #o365redmond

The impressive Mr. Richard Harbridge of Allin Consulting presented his discussion, “The 7 Most Important SharePoint Online Success Factors” at Office 365 Saturday Redmond. It was a last-minute change to the agenda, but a welcome one. Few of us in the audience knew that he posts a number of resources here on the interwebz.

Video Blog: Leveraging Office 365 for Project Collaboration - Consistency

Is your project management environment prone to haphazard solutions, sometimes resulting in success and sometimes…not so much? Do you find yourself lacking the tools that will let you enhance your projects’ collaborative processes?

#o365redmond: Enterprise Data in the Cloud Using BCS & WCF

I’m a big fan of People Who Share and Fabian Williams is one of them, which is why I was so excited to meet him at the Office 365 event in Redmond this past weekend. He delivered. 

Mr. Williams gave a talk on Windows Communication Foundation (WCF) and Business Connectivity Services (BCS) to migrate enterprise data into the cloud.

Leap Year Means 1 More Social Business Day

While it was possibly unlucky for some in the cloud that 2012 was a leap year, for our feature writers it was a boon. They took full advantage of the extra day to share their insights on what social business means for corporate America, approaches enterprises can take to transform into social businesses and looked at the technology that drives the evolution.

Our experts also reviewed the potential of DAM-API integration, looked further into big data, examined the commodification of content and shared practical steps to making your taxonomy more intuitive. Read on to learn more and to get a sneak peek of next week's features.

SharePoint's Mark Kashman on Cloud vs. On Premise Solutions

I recently had the opportunity to interview Mark Kashman, a Senior Product Manager for SharePoint at Microsoft. I wanted to get his views on Office365, SharePoint Online and how he sees this cloud offering co-existing with SharePoint "On Premise" in the future.

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