- 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.
- May 07, 2007
Burton Group collaboration expert Peter O'Kelly tells IT managers why now is the time to develop a serious content and collaboration corporate strategy.
- February 13, 2007
Enterprise search platforms are a far cry from simple search engines. An IDC analyst and an experienced information expert share tips for evaluating enterprise search technology.
- October 26, 2006
Analyst firm AMR Research implemented enterprise search software for its Web site -- but found it could use the same platform for business intelligence and CRM analytics.
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- September 18, 2006
EMC has pulled together components of Legato, Documentum and Smarts to create a data classification product for files.
- August 29, 2006
Later this year, Google will offer a desktop collaboration suite for enterprise users. Will IT shops bite?
- August 17, 2006
Big Blue will get deeper into enterprise content management with its latest acquisition.
- August 08, 2006
Establishing metrics, reducing the possibility of human error and collecting feedback from administrators are a few ways your organization can take better backups. Learn how to refine your backup procedure.
- July 11, 2006
Oracle's recent maneuvers in the open source software market are all about the upsell, according to one IT industry analyst.
- November 11, 2005
Two recent acquisitions in the enterprise search market signal a new trend. Will everyone find what they're looking for?