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Metalogix: 60% of Enterprises Plan SharePoint 2013 Upgrade, 40% Still Using SP 2007, 2003

It’s been a big week for Microsoft with the launch of Office 365 and Office 2013, even if many of the details have been out in the open for a while. SharePoint 2013 is next on the list, even if we don’t know when. In preparation for this Metalogix conducted a survey to find out what the state of the SharePoint landscape is at the moment.

My Five Big New Year's Resolutions for SharePoint Managers

With the working year now kicking off it's a perfect time for SharePoint business managers and administrators to make their New Year's resolutions. Whether you're looking after an intranet, collaboration portal, website, DMS, BI portal -- or all of these -- here's a few ideas to help you with the process of figuring out your priorities for the year, based on some of the more common personal resolutions we all make at the start of the year.

3 Steps to a Great SharePoint Intranet

SharePoint is great, but not everyone knows how best to use this formidable platform to build the system that they want. Take the humble Intranet.

Nielsen Announces Choices For 10 Best Designed Intranets 2013, 70% Built on SharePoint

The Nielsen Norman Group has just announced its list of the 10 best intranets for 2013 and again, as in previous years, companies in the insurance vertical take three of the top spots followed by utilities, government, biotechnical and -- surprisingly -- the finance vertical only providing one.

SharePoint in Review 2012: Planned Deployments, Information Access Still Key

What would a year in information management be without SharePoint -- any kind of SharePoint? We have to be careful to clarify now as talking about SharePoint could involve any one of four groups of products. In other words, we could be talking about the 2003 version -- and yes it is still being used -- the 2007 and 2010 version, and SharePoint 2013.

CMSWire's Top Contributors 2012 - Christian Buckley

If you go to a SharePoint conference, chances are high that Christian Buckley will be there. An active member of the SharePoint community, Christian travels the Western United States and the greater world spreading the SharePoint love. Find out how Christian found his passion in this interview.

How Business Models and Culture Intersect SharePoint Deployments and Why It Matters

The mission critical nature of technology in the enterprise has elevated the status of the IT department, which is gaining influence in shaping enterprise business strategy and company culture. However, the inverse is also true.

CMSWire's Top Contributors of 2012

As 2012 draws to a close, we at CMSWire wanted to take some time out to recognize a few of our many outstanding contributors. 

[Infographic] SharePoint 2013 in 2012

In August, we illustrated the current state of SharePoint. As it is now December and time for retrospectives, we decided that we'd take a look back at what kept us most engaged about SharePoint this year -- SharePoint 2013.

Managing SharePoint - Know Your Data

The only way you can truly manage your content is to understand it. Depending on who you are, that may sound really simple. The reality? It’s something organizations struggle with every day.

SharePoint - It's Not Your Only Alternative

Yes, Virginia, there is life beyond SharePoint.

SharePoint Community: Loud and Clear #spc12

This year at the SharePoint Conference something was different. Something that has existed at all the other events, but something that this time was front and center, loud and clear! This year the Community was made into a central component of the conference. Community efforts were noticed and encouraged.

SharePoint is the New SAP

Let’s face it, no matter how you slice it, SharePoint has been a big success: for Microsoft (78 percent of enterprises currently running SharePoint according to AIIM), for end users (finally some technology they could relate to), and for the enterprise content management (ECM) community (at last, people were somewhat excited about what we do for a living). 

SharePoint Center of Excellence - Why You Need One #spc12

For the first time, this year’s Microsoft SharePoint Conference had a dedicated “Business” track for non-technical, business decision makers and judging by the 600 plus people that packed in to this session there was a huge demand.

How Clifford Chance Bet on SharePoint for Enterprise Content Management #spc12

In the legal community, it’s well known that Clifford Chance, one of the world’s largest law firms, has been undergoing a major shift towards using SharePoint as the firm’s Enterprise CMS. At the SharePoint Conference last week, I attended the session dedicated to exploring this implementation in more detail. 

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