Enterprise Sharepoint strategy
- March 10, 2010
Microsoft needs to convince IT pros to upgrade to SharePoint 2010 and Office 2010 if it wants to lock them in for at least another three years.
- January 05, 2010
In the absence of upfront backup and recovery planning, finding lost Microsoft SharePoint Server files can be troublesome. Specialized backup and recovery software helps assure lost files don't go missing forever.
- October 19, 2009
The grown-up SharePoint 2010 has big plans to simplify migration while adding tons of new features. This version looks great on paper, but can it be everything to everyone?
- August 10, 2009
Social networks are growing within the enterprise, and customization is the ticket -- at least with MOSS 2007.
- June 30, 2009
IT pros hope Microsoft focuses on bread-and-butter admin/management instead of feature creep in SharePoint 2010.
- November 08, 2008
Where others have fallen short, Microsoft hopes to conquer the online services market with its message of savings and flexibility.
- September 30, 2008
For small companies that can't afford document management software, SharePoint may be the way to go. Expert Bill English provides a checklist of top tips for building document management in SharePoint.
- September 16, 2008
You need proper storage, on-point SQL Server and 64-bit gear and settings to get the SharePoint performance you need.
- July 08, 2008
More IT shops are asking questions about hosted Exchange Server 2007 simply because they don't want the burden of managing it themselves.
- February 18, 2008
Users love Microsoft's Office SharePoint Server, but the application brings fresh responsibilities to IT managers accustomed to infrastructure issues.
- June 18, 2007
Once thought of only as a means of group collaboration, an IDC study shows that IT managers now use Microsoft SharePoint to collect and organize data throughout the enterprise.
- June 06, 2007
Installations of Microsoft's SharePoint have quickly multiplied in enterprises as Windows shops make this technology a priority.