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AvePoint Release Enables Remote SharePoint Access, BYOD Strategies

If one of the biggest obstacles to the development of bring your own device (BYOD) strategies is information security, then AvePoint’s Perimeter release today should go a long way to reassuring SharePoint-centric enterprises that BYOD is a safe bet.

Why Yammer and Office Make SharePoint 'User Adoption' a Dying Concern

Social Business, Familiarity Breeds Usability: Yammer, Office and why A small cottage industry has grown over the years around helping companies become more engaged with their SharePoint platforms. The catch-all term for this practice is “user adoption” and it’s traditionally been important to the enterprise, the user and Microsoft alike.

As of this year, I’d like to stick a fork in it.

SharePoint's Reason for Success Could Also Be Reason for Its Failure

While most organizations at the very least use SharePoint for document management, once you move beyond DM the variety and abundance of use cases are staggering. That is the root cause for both the successes and failures of SharePoint implementations.

Social Collaboration's Analytics Gap

Social Business, Social Collaboration's Analytics GapMetrics are the key to driving end user adoption. Unfortunately, social collaboration has an analytics gap. 

7 Ways that SharePoint 2013's New Mobile Features Fall Short

sharepoint 2013, mobile enterprise, mobileSharePoint 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.

Weekend Reads: Dropbox vs. SharePoint + How Technology Changes Media & Entertainment

Weekend Reads: Dropbox vs. SharePoint + How Technology Changes Media & EntertainmentThe leaves are changing, the air is crisp. Fall has arrived. Whether you've just returned from your morning hike or you are still laying under your covers, waiting for the sun to warm up your house, what better way to kick off your Saturday than with our weekend reads. This week we talked Dropbox and SharePoint -- who wins for best file sharing solution? We also took a look at how technology is changing media and entertainment and discussed how communities can help delight customers. So, sit back, relax and enjoy our weekend reads. 

SharePoint Records Center in an Afternoon

Architecting SharePoint Records Center requires minimal effort. It can be built in less than four hours.

Dropbox vs. SharePoint: What's The Right Document Sharing Solution for You?

file sharing, sharepoint, dropbox, google drive A battle is being silently waged between IT personnel and business users over the way important business documents get shared at work. 

Microsoft Shareholders Target Gates, But He's Not The Problem

bill gates, microsoftIn July, CEO Steve Ballmer announced a major restructuring plan. In August, Ballmer announced he would be stepping down within a year. And now today there are reports that three of the big shareholders in Microsoft want founder and Chairman, Bill Gates, out.

Social Enterprise Collaboration Governance: A Little Done, A Lot More To Do

Metalogix didn't wasted any time in incorporating the SharePoint governance and administration assets it acquired from Axceler in August into its corporate portfolio. This week, Axceler has rebranded itself and its remaining assets under the umbrella of a new company called View Do Labs, which will focus on offering enterprises governance and analytics across social networks.

You Need a Leader or Your SharePoint Project Will Fail

A successful SharePoint project requires a mix of skills and disciplines, but above all needs a project leader.

Forrester Wave ECM: Market Segments As EMC,HP, IBM, OpenText Lead

In the first part of our look at Forrester Wave for ECM 2013, we saw that the market is changing rapidly as vendors are forced to provide functionality that corresponds to enterprise productivity rather than compliance needs. We also saw that agile, small vendors are starting to eat away at the dominance of the large, established players. Even still, the Wave is led by EMC, IBM and OpenText, while HP pushed its way into the Leaders' segment on the back of the Autonomy acquisition. 

The SharePoint 2013 Intranet: Pros and Cons

Social Business, The SharePoint 2013 Intranet: Pros and ConsSharePoint 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.

SharePoint Players Metalogix, MetaVis Debut Email Archiving, Backup Solutions

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.

Metadata Solves Your SharePoint Content Management Problems

Information Management, Metadata Solves Your SharePoint Content Management ProblemsIn the midst of all this wonderful discussion about information governance and records management in 2018, we shouldn’t forget a simple rule: the work still needs to be done.  

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