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  • EntropySoft Updates SharePoint Connector with Lists Capabilities

    Connecting to the content stored inside a SharePoint repository is something every wants to be able to do. EntropySoft, a provider of Enterprise Content Integration technologies, is among those who offers a solution.

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  • Next Version of SharePoint, Search Gets FAST

    They have been mum on the details of the SharePoint roadmap. But with a SharePoint 14 Conference planned for October it was only a matter of time before they started giving us tidbits on the road ahead.

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  • MOSS Based OneView Revamped for 2009

    The beginning of 2009 is proving to be a time for product updates. XMLAW, provider of information and knowledge management solutions for the legal industry has some product updates of their own to share.

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  • Webinar: Leveraging MOSS in Your Open Text Environment

    Did someone say you had MOSS installed in your organization? Still not sure how to use it to its maximum potential? Well then, here's a webinar that may interest you. It's called Microsoft SharePoint on Your Own Terms: Gaining More Operational Efficiency. Open Text knows how to leverage SharePoint.

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  • Open Text Provides MOSS with Enterprise Recruiting

    Recruiting at the enterprise level can be a chore. With large amounts of documents, innumerable departments and HR nightmares, it can be easy to get lost fast. For those enterprises who want better control Open Text has teamed with Microsoft to bring you a recruiting management solution for use with

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  • Mainsoft Updates MOSS Integrator for Notes 8.5

    At the Lotusphere conference this week you may have been among the lucky ones to see a demo of the latest Mainsoft SharePoint Integrator for Lotus Notes. This latest version includes integration to Lotus Notes 8.5. The SharePoint Integrator for Lotus Notes is a client-side plug in that extends

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  • Who's Working on Vignette 7.6 After the Layoffs?

    Vignette is proud to announce a new version of its content management suite. Unfortunately, there are fewer people available to support it than there were before Christmas. The Bad News In what is becoming an all too common theme in the content management market, Vignette surprised its employees two days before Christmas with news of a layoff. While the timing comes

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  • A New Wiki for MOSS Beats the Built-In Version

    You're right, SharePoint already has a wiki component built in. And it's okay. But is there something better out there? KWizCom says their KWizCom SharePoint 2007 Wiki Plus is just what the enterprise ordered. KWizCom is a Canadian company that specializes in Microsoft SharePoint and Dynamics CRM solutions.

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  • Create Better Workflows in SharePoint Designer

    Yes, you can create workflows for SharePoint lists in SharePoint Designer, but they aren't the most robust workflows you may need for your organization. Instead of hiring developers to build the workflows you need, why not try the new Workflow Essentials solution from SharePoint Solutions.

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  • MashPoint API Provides REST Interface to MOSS

    Bamboo Solutions provides a number of web parts and applications for the SharePoint platform. One that is particularly interesting is their MashPoint solution - a free version of the MOSS Business Data Catalog.

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  • Open Text Launches Feature-Packed New Release of Fax Server

    In companies of all shapes and sizes, one of the key frustrations is dealing with faxes. Faxes have been around for a long time and are still used in today's businesses, and organizations are looking for ways to better manage these cumbersome documents. To help combat fax management issues, Open Text,

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  • 2009 Predictions for Web CMS, ECM, Mobile, MOSS and more

    And so it has started. The end of the year is upon us and everyone is thinking about what's ahead. Independent analyst firm CMS Watch has offered up their 2009 predictions. If the results of how they faired with last year's round are any indication, we may all do

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  • MOSS Gets a WSRP Toolkit

    More news on the interoperability front - at least for Microsoft Office SharePoint 2007. Microsoft has finally listened to its customers and released a WSRP (Web Services for Remote Portlets) Toolkit designed to help them pull MOSS content into other portals. You have always been able to consume web services

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  • The Cost of Enterprise Content Management

    Enterprise level applications are not cheap. In particular, enterprise content management systems can send an organization's budget plans through the roof. Unless, of course, you are implementing an open source enterprise cms. So the story goes.

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