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Mobile Device Explosion #sptechcon

He's earned the moniker SharePoint Joel. Now, they can update that to SharePoint Mobile Joel.

Accidentally Social - How SharePoint (and Yammer) Change Work As We Know It

SharePoint, Yammer, Social Business, Accidentally SocialWhen using SharePoint 2013, the new social features are apparent in everything you do, and the integration with Yammer shows promise as well. In this article, I’ll talk about the seamless integration of social functionality into your daily work. The recent improvements will be highlighted, as well as the incorporation of Yammer into Office 365, and how it changes work as we know it.  

Weekend Reads: The Value of SharePoint On Premises + Providing Remarkable Content

Weekend Reads, Information Management, SharePoint On Premises, Be Remarkable or FailAnother busy work week, another all star weekend reads. This week we talked about the value of on premises vs. hosted SharePoint deployments, took a look at creating remarkable content experiences and explored the relationship between collaboration and productivity.

This Week: Surviving the Content Marketing Explosion + SharePoint Cloud vs. On Premises

Bracing for the Content Marketing Explosion
In the race to keep up with customer's demands for content, businesses that produce quality content will capture the audience. 

Collaboration + Process = Productivity?
As collaboration tools secure a place in the workforce, businesses are now incorporating them into critical processes. Will this combination of collaboration tools and processes shore up decreased productivity?

Microsoft's Push to the Cloud
Enterprises that move past the hype surrounding SharePoint in the cloud might find that on premises SharePoint offers benefits and value that hosted versions do not. 

The Total Cost of Owning a Web CMS
If you're evaluating Web CMS solutions, your need to consider the total cost of ownership: hosting, licensing, implementation, ongoing design, development support and other variables unique to your organization.
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Boston: You're My SharePoint Home Next Week #SPTechCon

sharepoint, sptechcon bostonSome dirty water, a little clam chowder (hopefully those aren’t connected) and the SPTechCon. 

Boston is home to the 10th SharePoint Technology Conference next week, and we’ll be there Monday Tweeting (@cmswire, #SPTechCon) and reporting. The conference, put on by BZ Media LLC, runs from Aug. 11-14 at the Sheraton Boston Hotel.

Sharing Nicely in the Cloud: Understanding External Sharing with SharePoint 2013

Information Management, External SharePoint Sharing Risks BenefitsIf your organization leverages SharePoint Online, you can take advantage of a convenient new feature that makes it very easy to share nicely with others -- to collaborate and share content with your external partners and customers without having to pay for a full user license. But take a close look at the benefits and risks before you dive in.

Will Your e-Discovery Vendor Support Your Move to SharePoint Online?

Information Management, Will Your e-Discovery Vendor Support Your Move to SharePoint OnlineIt doesn't take a genius to see that Microsoft is making a major shift to the cloud. 

Taming the SharePoint Bear with Social Software: A Cautionary Tale for Microsoft Customers

Social Business Taming the SharePoint Bear with Social SoftwareWe’re Goin’ on a Bear Hunt is a fun song when sung by a group of excited schoolchildren. But it seems as though it may have been actually composed by an IT manager to secretly cope with his frustrations about Microsoft SharePoint.

Building a Mobile App for SharePoint? Not So Fast!

Mobile Enterprise: Building a Mobile App for SharePointWith the recent mobile device explosion, we are seeing business users becoming increasingly more mobile. Many companies want to make the most of their SharePoint investments by giving their employees mobile access to important documents and content stored in SharePoint.

CMSWire's August Tweet Jam: The Evolution of SharePoint #EIMChat

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Love it or hate it, SharePoint is here to stay -- or is it? Be sure to join in on this month's Tweet Jam as we discuss the evolution of SharePoint -- how are organizations using it today? Where does Yammer fit in? Where does SharePoint go from here?

The Value & Future of SharePoint On Premises

Information Management, SharePoint On Premises vs Hosted.jpgTo the cloud! That’s all the rage these days and for SharePoint customers, the dominant message.

SharePoint Is Dead - Long Live Office 365

If you've visited the Microsoft website lately, you might be wondering what happened to SharePoint. It hasn't disappeared altogether, but it's certainly harder to find. Is this somehow related to Microsoft’s recent reiteration of its "device and services" strategy? I think it is.

Weekend Reads: SharePoint's Storied Past + Building Your Mobile Strategy

Thumbnail image for CMSWire weekend readsThe work week is over and Saturday is here! Whether you are sitting down with your morning coffee or trying to cool off from a morning run, what better time is there than now to catch up on all the features you may have missed? This week, we kicked off our month long focus on the evolution of SharePoint and the transformation of brands to publishers. We also looked at the whole collaboration picture and talked mobile strategy. So sit back, relax and enjoy our weekend reads.

Yes, SharePoint is Scalable Enough for Large Enterprise ECM

Information Management, SharePoint Large Enterprise ECMThe concept of Enterprise Content Management (ECM) can be traced back to the 70’s and 80’s when the use of mainframe, midrange and desktop computer systems was in its infancy. These primitive systems quickly gained traction largely due to their ability to make business processes run more efficiently and cost effectively.

Microsoft Office For Android Smartphones Released, Still Not for Tablets

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When Microsoft released Office Mobile for iPhone, it said it would be doing the same for Android. Today , it has finally released the Android version for Office 365 subscribers.

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