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  • Out of the Box MOSS ECM Solution Still a lot of Work

    They are not the first to provide out-of-the box starter solutions for SharePoint, but BlueThread Inc and K2 have certainly put together an ECM bundle that has the full deal. Mind you, you have to buy their software and put it all together to make it work.

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  • Competition Entrenches MOSS in the Enterprise

    Other content management vendors have two choices when it comes to SharePoint -- join it or beat it. The product is entrenched at the departmental level, nevertheless aspiring competitor, Alfresco, think they can uproot enough MOSS to make business sense of a full assault. Others seek harmony.

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  • ADAM Provides a DAM Connector for MOSS

    Most of the connectors we see for SharePoint are focused on search, content repositories and social networking. Here's one that fits a different bill - ADAM Software offers a connector for SharePoint to improve it's Digital Asset Management capabilities -- to a degree. ADAM Software provides Digital Asset Management solutions.

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  • Portal Vendors Putting Up a Fight Against MOSS

    CMS Watch has come out with its Enterprise Portals Report 2009 and it appears like Microsoft SharePoint may be splitting the vendors into camps -- those that have been able to rise above and those that have risen to challenge MOSS. It's interesting to see who shows up where.

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  • Bamboo Solutions Offers Free SharePoint Calculator

    Microsoft Licensing is confusing at the best of times. If you've ever looked at their SharePoint 2007 licensing spreadsheet, then you'll understand what a headache really is.

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  • (Free) AIIM Seminar: Is SharePoint Enough?

    AIIM, one of the oldest organizations in the world focusing on ECM, ERM and BPM, prepared a special treat for all of us in the ECM world – a free, one-day seminar on Microsoft SharePoint Server (MOSS 2007) and traditional ECM technologies.

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  • Atlassian Confluence Connects with Office, MOSS

    Atlassian has released the latest version of their Confluence enterprise wiki software, officially releasing their SharePoint Connector and a new Connector that will make many MS Office and Open Office users happy.Version 2.

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  • BearingPoint Launches Compliance Solution Built on MOSS

    BearingPoint has joined forces with it's long-standing partner Microsoft to create a compliance and risk management solution based on the SharePoint platform. And you said SharePoint didn't do compliance...

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  • Vorsite Connects Content With ActiveResults

    Vorsite continues its pursuit of connector technologies for Microsoft SharePoint and enterprise content management systems with the announcement of a new product in its suite of enterprise search and ECM connector solutions. With the new solution, ActiveResults, it should be easier to search, find and manage information scattered across multiple locations -- e-mail servers, ECM systems, file servers, intranets, desktops, etc.

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  • Does Oracle UCM Standup to SharePoint?

    Gilbane recently produced a research paper entitled: Information Workplace Platforms: Oracle vs SharePoint which has some interesting findings on which of these two ECM platforms is the best choice for an organizations information lifecycle.

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  • Nintex Reporting Eases MOSS Administration

    Having trouble administrating your SharePoint environment? Nintex has developed a reporting solution to help ease your pain. Nintex Reporting 2008 is designed to improve governance and adoption of SharePoint. Nintex is known for developing solutions that support the SharePoint platform, including advanced workflow and a podcast server.

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  • Not Another SharePoint Lesson

    Not tired of hearing about SharePoint training? Good, because here's another one that crossed our path. Tony Byrne of CMS Watch will be conducting a SharePoint Symposium, a Satellite Event at KMWorld & Intranets 2008 on September 26, 2008 in San Jose McEnery, CA.

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  • Forrester: Beware of MOSS Madness?

    So MOSS has been attacked for its web content management, lack of social networking features, its blogging and wiki functionality, and its fitness as a public facing Web CMS...hmmm not much else they can go after is there? Oh yeah...

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  • MOSS Search Finally Gets an Update

    If you are one of those organizations who has been frustrated by the search functionality in Microsoft SharePoint Server 2007, then good news may have just arrived. Microsoft has released an update that will improve the search in MOSS.

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