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  • Microsoft Will Offer a Peek at SharePoint 2016 at Ignite

    Microsoft said today that it plans to give customers a glimpse of SharePoint Server 2016 at its mega-conference in Chicago in May. The news confirms what Bill Baer, senior product manager for SharePoint, told Todd Klindt, a SharePoint Consultant at Rackspace Hosting, last month.

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  • Microsoft Leaks Offer a Glimpse of SharePoint 2016

    Microsoft Leaks Offer a Glimpse of SharePoint 2016

    Microsoft has started leaking news about SharePoint 2016 — and they suggest the company plans to showcase an early edition at Ignite, its upcoming all-in-one conference for everyone from senior decision makers, IT pros and "big thinkers" and to enterprise developers and architects.

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  • AvePoint Update Looks Ahead to SharePoint 2016 Release

    AvePoint Update Looks Ahead to SharePoint 2016 Release

    Some Service Packs have long and useful futures. Some just crawl away under the IT bed and expire. AvePoint’s new DocAve 6 Service Pack (SP) 5 falls into the former category.

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  • Open Source Jahia Raises $22.5M to Grow Enterprise Clients

    Jahia is getting a $22.5 million cash infusion from Invus, a New York City-based investment firm, the Geneva, Switzerland-based open source content management system (CMS) vendor announced today. The funds will help CEO Elie Auvray grow Jahia's customer base, especially in the enterprise space.

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  • Looking for Microsoft Universal Apps for Windows 10?

    Only two weeks after it announced they were on the way, Microsoft has released the preview version of Universal Office apps for Windows 10. This first batch includes Word, Excel and PowerPoint.

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  • Adobe Enters Government Cloud Space [Infographic]

    Adobe Enters Government Cloud Space [Infographic]

    Adobe is moving into the government cloud space. What’s more, it's doing so with Adobe Experience Manager. The result is a set of solutions that many public users will already be familiar with — and should also provide other vendors in the space something to think about.

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  • Yammer Polishes iOS, Expands to Android Wearables

    Yammer Polishes iOS, Expands to Android Wearables

    When Microsoft said earlier in the week that Yammer wasn’t merely the social layer for SharePoint, it meant it. Last night, it unveiled a new round of upgrades for Yammer that will make it more mobile and embedded across the wider Microsoft portfolio.

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  • 4 Directions For SharePoint and Office 365 in 2015

    4 Directions For SharePoint and Office 365 in 2015

    It’s going to be a big year for SharePoint, but details about what to expect are fuzzy. Microsoft has promised a new on-premise version will be released later this year. However, it has been less forthcoming about SharePoint Online in Office 365.

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  • Apple Profits Pop With iPhone 6 Sales at Home and Abroad

    Apple Profits Pop With iPhone 6 Sales at Home and Abroad

    Apple isn't breaking a sweat over slipping iPad sales: iPhone sales are making up the difference. In fact, it sold 74.5 million iPhones in the past quarter, some 12 million more than predicted. And that helped generate the largest profit in Apple corporate history: $18 billion on revenues of $74.

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  • 6 Best People Practices In ECM

    Surprise, surprise. Nearly half of the companies that responded to research by nonprofit knowledge consultancy APQC report their organizations are poor content managers. While firms are gravitating toward the slickest, newest technologies, nothing can replace a well-developed enterprise content management strategy (ECM), the research found.

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  • Office For Windows 10 Optimizes Mobile, Touchscreen

    Office For Windows 10 Optimizes Mobile, Touchscreen

    During this week's Windows 10 reveal event, Microsoft gave a glimpse of the future. And yesterday Microsoft’s Julia White, general manager for Office Product Management, provided a few more details. Here's what we know.

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  • The Holistic View of the Customer Experience

    There's a consensus that if you want to be successful on line, you’re going to have to deliver an exceptional customer experience, something that leaves others trailing. Of course, there are many opinions on how to do that. E-Spirit, for example, has a very particular notion of what customer experience involves.

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  • Salesforce Connects to SharePoint with Universal File Sharing

    Salesforce Connects to SharePoint with Universal File Sharing

    After more than a year in development — and the inking of a strategic partnership between two companies that never had a lot of nice things to say to each other before last May — Salesforce.com announced the release of Salesforce Files Connect.

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  • Microsoft Pushes Yammer Deeper Into Enterprises

    Microsoft Pushes Yammer Deeper Into Enterprises

    Microsoft is pushing Yammer deeper into the enterprise with the addition of Yammer to the Office 365 K1 plan. It’s a small step forward, but gives users who don’t have desks access to it where they didn’t have access before.

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