SharePoint 2013 Analysis & Reviews
| Tuesday Oct 8, 2013
Metrics are the key to driving end user adoption. Unfortunately, social collaboration has an analytics gap.
| Monday Oct 7, 2013
SharePoint 2013's new mobile features are definitely a step up from the mobile features in previous versions. In fact, one could argue that mobile devices get better support than ever before, with better mobile browser support; new features such as device channels, push notifications and location services; and Office Web Apps integration. But there's still much room for improvement.
| Thursday Oct 3, 2013
Architecting SharePoint Records Center requires minimal effort. It can be built in less than four hours.
| Thursday Sep 26, 2013
A successful SharePoint project requires a mix of skills and disciplines, but above all needs a project leader.
| Wednesday Sep 25, 2013
SharePoint conquered the enterprise intranet. Although the conquest was never as bloody nor expensive as more invasive conquests, such as the Mongols under Genghis Khan, intranet citizens are not always thrilled by the new system and structure under Gates Khan.
| Tuesday Sep 24, 2013
One vendor touts its latest solution’s ability to afford organizations the freedoms and flexibility to keep the flow of archived emails going to, well, wherever they want without any stranglehold.
Another’s solution powers users to quickly back up Office 365 SharePoint and restore content while retaining version history and metadata.
| Tuesday Sep 24, 2013
| Saturday Sep 21, 2013
The weekend is here and it's time to relax! So, whether you're sipping your morning coffee or snuggling in your comfy bed what better way to kick off your Saturday then with some great insights you may have missed.
This week, we looked at social media marketing and big data, discussed how to get from records management of the past to information governance for the future and talked enterprise level social networking. So sit back, relax and enjoy our weekend reads!
| Thursday Sep 19, 2013
A quick look back at Gartner’s Magic Quadrant for Horizontal Portals over the past two years compared with this year’s Magic Quadrant seems to point to a stagnant market. However, while IBM, Liferay ,Microsoft, Oracle and SAP still dominate the Leaders’ Quadrant, there are subtle shifts in emphasis across the entire Magic Quadrant that are being precipitated by customer demand for more agile and cloud-based portals.
| Tuesday Sep 17, 2013
With each release of SharePoint since its debut, Microsoft has delivered a range of new end-user features, development capabilities and “core plumbing” enhancements. Microsoft has continued this trend with SharePoint 2013, and IT professionals and end-users alike have found the new additions pretty exciting.
Not all of the excitement has been positive, however.
| Saturday Sep 14, 2013
It's Saturday! What better way to kick off your weekend than taking a little time for yourself to enjoy all the great feature articles you may have missed? This week, we continued our conversation on big data and took a look at how marketers can best capture value from it. We also discussed why the term governance for SharePoint is overhyped and examined the newly released book, "Essential Intranets." So sit back, relax and enjoy our weekend reads!
| Thursday Sep 12, 2013
While intranets have become a must for most organizations because they allow for centralized, efficient information sharing and management, suppliers, partners and customers often need to get their hands on (and probably contribute to) some of that very same information as well … which, of course, is not possible with an intranet that is accessible only to the organization’s internal employees.
| Monday Sep 9, 2013
I wish I had a quarter for every time the words “governance” and “SharePoint” were used in the same sentence -- I’d be pretty darn rich right now. But I’d be an unhappy millionaire.
| Saturday Sep 7, 2013
It may have been a short work week but that didn't slow things down at CMSWire. This week, we kicked off our month long focus on Big Data -- we talked big data mistakes marketers commonly make and how smart marketers extract value from Big Social Data. Over in our information space we took another look at SharePoint on premises vs Office 365 and in Social Business we discussed the importance of SharePoint user training. So sit back, relax and enjoy our weekend reads.
| Friday Sep 6, 2013
Big data hype wearing you down? These mistakes may be preventing you from gaining measurable value.
Social aspirations. Social business still falls short of expectations. Find out why.
Looking at SharePoint through rose colored glasses? Time to take them off.
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