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CMSWire's Top 20 Hits of 2013: SharePoint

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SharePoint was one of the topics that attracted a lot of interest in the past year — and just as much controversy. It seems everyone has a view on it and how it should be used. 

However, there were three big subjects that dominated, and make up the lion’s share of our Top 20 this year: 1) SharePoint Online 2) SharePoint and Yammer and 3) SharePoint in Office 365. There were other issues too, like records management, search and how search is being used in the enterprise.

CMSWire's Top Contributors 2013 - Wendy Neal

Wendy NealOne of two named "Most Inspiring New Contributors," Wendy Neal brings a passion to her work that carries over to her writing. An active member of the SharePoint community, Wendy combines a developer's background with an understanding that at the end of the day, it comes down to the user. Find out what excites Wendy about her field.

 

CMSWire's Top Contributors 2013 - Steven Pogrebivsky

spogrebivsky.jpgCaught by the potential of what coding could do at an early age, Steven Pogrebivsky still gets excited about finding the solutions to problems. In his monthly column, he walks readers through different pain points they may be experiencing to help them hopefully find the path forward. Find out what story Steven will be watching in 2014.

CMSWire Top Contributors 2013 - Rich Wood

rwood.jpgThe first of our two "Most Inspiring New Contributors," Rich Wood was lured into the industry through gaming and kept interested by the potential for community and collaboration. Using a mixture of pop culture references and experience designing and building solutions, Rich's monthly column explores the social enterprise — how it is today and what it might look like tomorrow.

2014 Wish List ... from Chris Clark

2014 Wish List ... from Deb MillerI wish industry vendors, integrators and customers move away from the idea of intranet versus enterprise social network and instead look at the two as complimentary solutions. Some further Office 365 and Yammer integration in time for the new year wouldn't hurt too! -- Chris Clark, marketing manager for Creative Sharepoint

Title image by Amodiovalerio Verde (Flickr).

CMSWire's Top Contributors 2013 - Jennifer Mason

JenniferMason.jpgThere's a lot to be said about customization, but Jennifer Mason enjoys exploring the possibilities of out of the box SharePoint uses. Jennifer's focus on practical applications based on real world scenarios reminds us all what the technology is there for in the first place: to get the job done.

A Look Back: Yammer, Office 365, Mobile Dominate SharePoint in 2013

Everyone that has had anything to do with SharePoint over the year has his own SharePoint story. With such a vast platform used in so many ways, everyone has something he loves and something he hates. The only thing everyone agrees on is to disagree. For my money, SharePoint this year was characterized by SharePoint and Yammer, SharePoint and Office 365 and Mobile SharePoint. 

CMSWire's Top Contributors 2013 - Christian Buckley

cbuckley.jpgChristian Buckley takes the "Evangelist" part of his title very seriously. He travels the world to spread the good word of SharePoint, speaking at conferences, attending meetings, contributing articles.  I suspect Christian lives in an alternative universe where there are more hours in the day than in yours or mine. 

Insights into SharePoint Replication

When I joined Microsoft back in 2006 to help build out the Microsoft Managed Services offerings -- a precursor to the SharePoint Online platform within Office365 -- I spent a good deal of time talking with customers and partners about improving the performance of SharePoint across multiple locations: from deployment and architectural best-practices, to content synchronization and WAN optimization.

I always loved the customer interactions, working directly with the end user and administrators, and pushing that feedback back to the product teams. In my current role as a technology evangelist, I spend a good portion of my time with customers and partners, listening to their experiences, providing guidance where I can, and doing my best to surface questions and issues when I don't know the answer.

Toss Your iPhone: Windows Phones Could Rule the Enterprise by 2015

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Despite iOS and Android's huge consumer mobile sales and the rise of bring your own device (BYOD) policies, Microsoft still has a shot at becoming the dominant force in mobile enterprise. 

Business connectivity, SharePoint and Office integration for Windows Phone 8 will earn it many friends in the enterprise. And Microsoft will place increasing emphasis on its mobile offering as the desktop market continues to stagnate. As sales rise, developers are returning to populate the app marketplace.

A Stolen Kiss for Your SharePoint Governance

A Stolen Kiss for Your SharePoint GovernanceIsn't it time you show your SharePoint governance plan some love?

Search Continues to Be Business Critical in 2014

A year ago I suggested that search would become business critical in 2013, and I think my forecast was in line with reality. Certainly the Findwise 2013 Search and Findability Report indicated that more organizations were working on a search strategy in 2013, and that compared with the 2012 report, businesses displayed a greater degree of commitment to getting the best out of investment in search applications.

SharePoint, This Old House Style - Interior Design, Decorating

SharePoint, This Old House Style - Interior Design, DecoratingWelcome back! This blog series is devoted to pointing out some of the key enhancements that SharePoint picked up in the last 10 years.

If you’re still treating SharePoint like the web based file share it was in 2003, it's time for a reappraisal.

Weekend Reads: 2014 Outlook - Marketing Gets Agile, BYOD Stabilizes

Weekend Reads: Predictions for 2014 - Enterprise Mobility + Agile MarketingWith only 17 days left in 2013, our contributors did their best this week to prepare us for what's to come in 2014. From enterprise mobility to SharePoint to agile marketing -- they've got you covered. Bundle up, grab a coffee and enjoy our weekend reads!

6 Predictions for SharePoint, Office 365 in 2014

It's been an interesting year for SharePoint. We've started to see steady adoption of SharePoint 2013, as well as continued usage of SharePoint 2010 and some older versions. And Microsoft’s shift to focus on the cloud and Office 365 left many guessing about the future of the on premises version of SharePoint.

Whatever comes in 2014, I don’t believe SharePoint is going anywhere. But I do think we’ll see more changes.

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