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  • No MOSS Required: Free Web CMS Built on SharePoint Services

    Well this is kind of interesting. Do you have SharePoint Services (WSS) up and running, but would really like to have some web publishing capabilities on top of it. Unfortunately you don't have the money to invest in full blown MOSS just to get web content management. CompleteSharePoint.

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  • ADAM 4.4 Provides Automated and Standardized Classification Structure

    ADAM Software has been busy working on a new set of features for its .NET-based Digital Asset Management platform. Finally released, ADAM 4.4 offers a set of data source controls in ASP.NET, automated standardized classification and more.

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  • Enhanced Security and Classification Features for SharePoint

    We know that SharePoint is most often used as a document management solution in organizations today. But out of the box, SharePoint doesn't have all the necessary features for securing and classifying documents.

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  • SharePoint Gets Smart Accessibility Capabilities

    Accessibility is an important part of any collaboration or web content management system. For SharePoint this is no exception. In partnership with Microsoft, HiSoftware has developed an Accessibility Toolkit for SharePoint. That toolkit has just been updated to version 2.

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  • New SharePoint Developer Tools in Visual Studio 2010

    If you were one of the lucky ones, you had some really good SharePoint training from the likes of the Ted Pattison Group on how to do some advanced SharePoint development. Maybe you learned to create Features that can be easily installed within SharePoint to provide some cool new functionality.

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  • Under the Covers: Alfresco's SharePoint Services (WSS) Killer

    SharePoint, dear SharePoint. We talk about this business collaboration tool -- sometimes called an enterprise content management system -- on almost a daily basis. You either love it, hate it, integrate with it or try to replace it. Alfresco has chosen the last option. The Alfresco Share solution can integrate

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  • Control Rich Media Assets Stored in SharePoint

    They don't have SharePoint in the name of their new solution, but it is a solution for SharePoint nevertheless. Autonomy has announced a solution designed to provide SharePoint users the ability to get the most value out of the rich media assets stored within its repository. Called ControlPoint for Multimedia

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  • Farewell, RedDot. Viva Open Text Web Solutions

    It’s the end of an era for RedDot. Enterprise content management vendor Open Text has retired its web content management arm RedDot in a recent consolidation/rebranding attack. The Web CMS software is staying put, but it is no longer to be called RedDot. Say hello to the new Web

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  • How MOSS Can Help Improve Business Processes

    As one of the most widely used document collaboration tools, it is no wonder organizations want to understand how to build better business processes in SharePoint. Of course, not all documents are electronic. Organizations still deal with a vast amount of paper-based information.

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  • From SharePoint to CRM, KWizCom Bridges the Gap

    Watch Microsoft Dynamics Customer Relationship Management and SharePoint frolic in the fields of the tech verse together thanks to KWizCom’s CRM-SharePoint connector. KWizCom’s connector revolutionizes the functionality of MOSS by bridging the gap between the two commonly used services through integration.

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  • Ex Microsoft All-Stars Give Google Docs a Nudge

    Shan Sinha and Alex DeNeui are two former Microsoft employees with a mission: to do something with documents that Microsoft has not. Their startup company DocVerse aims to simplify how users share documents on the web by transforming Microsoft Office into an online collaboration suite.

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  • How To: Connecting SharePoint (MOSS) to a CMIS Repository

    Microsoft has played a major role in the development of the Content Management Interoperability Specification (CMIS) that is currently in the hands of the OASIS working group.

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  • Colligo Reports Strong Demand for MOSS Product Line

    Colligo, the software vendor from Vancouver, British Columbia, has announced strong sales numbers for 2008 for its SharePoint related products. The software maker has reported that Q4 2008 sales increased 104% over Q4 2007.

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  • Automating the Life Cycle of SharePoint Sites

    About three years ago, Open Text made a big decision. It was what, Ed Durst -- Portfolio Manager for the company's Microsoft Solutions Group -- called "a big bet on Microsoft SharePoint". Three years later, nearly every transaction they do with a customer has some SharePoint (MOSS) element to it.

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