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Metalogix Releases SharePoint 2010 Migration Solution, Promises 'Radical' Speed

With a promise of radical gains in migration speeds, Metalogix Software announced its Migration Manager for SharePoint v.5.0 with full support for Nintex Workflow. Its approach reduces site migration and upgrades from days to just minutes by leveraging sophisticated multithreading techniques, that claim up to 1000% increase in SharePoint migration and upgrade speed.

The Art of SharePoint Success: Strategic Lenses - Knowledge Mgt, Intranets & Value

This week in the Art of SharePoint Success it's time to talk Strategic Lenses (aka "what do I do with SharePoint?") -- specifically Value and Knowledge Management. Let's take a closer look.

Information Management in 2012: Another Week With Crystal Balls

As we continue our look back at 2011 and consider what 2012 and beyond might hold, our contributors shared their predictions, insights and expertise on all things social, information management, customer experience and of course, SharePoint. We were reassured that email isn’t dead yet, given insight into what customer experience might look like in 2012, asked "What would Darwin do?" and caught a glimpse of the next iPhone. Curious? Read on: 

12 Document Management Moments, 2011: Content Chaos, Office Suites, SharePoint

The end of another year in document management, and what a year it was. There really was something for everyone from SharePoint, to HP and Autonomy, from open source to enterprise CMS. Here are some of what we think are the highlights of the year. Undoubtedly you’ll have others, so let us know and maybe we can get a second list up and running in the New Year.

The Art of SharePoint Success: Strategy - SharePoint as an Information & Knowledge Management Infrastructure

This is article seven in the series exploring the Art of SharePoint Success, a framework for achieving long term business benefits from investments in SharePoint-based change initiatives.

There are four elements to the framework:

  1. Governance
  2. Strategy
  3. Architecture
  4. Transition

We are discussing the strategy element which began with the question, “What is SharePoint?” I suggested the following answer: SharePoint is a set of integrated technologies which provide a platform upon which an organization can build a flexible, long-term information and knowledge management infrastructure. The past two articles have explored the concepts of SharePoint as a set of integrated technologies, as an application development platform and the nature of infrastructure. This month we are going to wrap up the definition of SharePoint by looking at the idea that SharePoint is all about information and knowledge management.

Evolution vs. Revolution in Social Business

The doctrine of natural selection or survival of the fittest….implies that when variations...of a beneficial nature happen to arise, these will be preserved.”

Charles Darwin, “The Origin of Species” -- Chapter VII

Today’s conventional wisdom says businesses already recognize the benefits of introducing social technologies like wikis, chat and microblogging into the organizational workflow. It’s just a matter of making the technologies available to employees who are already familiar with Facebook and Twitter.

Why, then, do we see such dismally low adoption of social technologies?

GRC Roll-up: Good Governance in SharePoint 2010, Feds Outlines Cloud Security Standards

Even with the year winding down, there’s still some movement in the GRC space. This week, we looked at SharePoint governance with Quest, ASG bought Atempo, the new HIPAA standard is just about on top of us, and the U.S. government outlined its new security standards for cloud computing.

Document Mgt Roll-up: Microsoft's OneNote for iPad, SpringCM's Salesforce Problems

Heading into the holiday season and things are slowing down. But there are still some gems like SpringCM’s problems with Salesforce, Xerox’s progress in the MFP space, the iPad version of Microsoft’s OneNote productivity app, HP research that finds enterprises are not protecting documents and Mike Doane on effective taxonomies for documents in SharePoint 2010.

MetaVis Releases Migrator for Google Content to SharePoint 2010

MetaVis Releases Migrator for Google Content to SharePoint 2010 MetaVis has been busy since the release of SharePoint 2010, developing migration tools for content into SharePoint 2010 for numerous different applications. Today’s release, though, of a migration tool for Google Apps to Office 365 and SharePoint 2010, moves it all up a gear.

Ektron Implements FAST Search Server to Improve the Customer Experience

Ektron has announced that it now uses FAST Search Server for more than a search engine. It's now Ektron's answer to automating the creation of personalized content for your website.

Video Blog: Collaborative Taxonomy Creation in SharePoint 2010

Without being able to find documents quickly and easily, employees lose valuable time. By creating and maintaining strong taxonomies, enterprises ensure that easy access to important documents are maintained. In my last post, I demonstrated the necessity of good metadata to access digital assets. With this post, I explore how everyone across an enterprise can contribute to strong metadata in SharePoint 2010.

A Chat With Quest Software on Governing SharePoint

I had the opportunity to chat with Bill Evans, Quest Software's VP and GM of SharePoint and Chris McNulty, SharePoint Strategic Product Manager, on the governance issues SharePoint orgs are faced with and how Quest can help manage the chaos.

HP-Microsoft Cloud Computing Deal Follows Box Partnership

If Meg Whitman is already starting to make her mark on HP by reversing many of the decisions that her predecessor Leo Apotheker made and sticking to traditional HP business fare, it hasn’t stopped her from looking for new initiatives, as this week’s agreement with Microsoft shows.

4 Final Points to the SharePoint is Crack Debate

Last month I dove into the problems that SharePoint brings to the workplace. Matt Ranlett, a colleague, didn't completely agree with me and addressed some of those points. But before we nip this "he said, he said" in the bud once and for all, let me offer a couple of clarifications.

Enterprise CMS Will Never Be The Same: 2012 Enterprise CMS Trends, Part 2

Last post, I began looking at my picks for noteworthy enterprise CMS 2012 trends:

  1. The rise of Information Lifecycle Management (ILM)
  2. The evolving relationship between compliance and social media
  3. ECM goes viral
  4. Realistic retention
  5. Mainstream Enterprise 2.0
  6. Mid-tier ECM steps up to the plate
  7. SharePoint decision time

I’ve covered #1 - #3 already (so start there if you missed it). Let’s turn now to the rest of them…

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