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Major Australian supermarket chain Coles has bet on SharePoint Online to improve collaboration amongst staff.
UK based enterprise cloud collaboration vendor Huddle is taking over where collaboration pioneer WebEx left off after its ill-fated acquisition by Cisco, gaining market share at the expense of Sharepoint.
Redmond will offer Exchange, SharePoint and Office 365 as key applications for bundling with Hewlett-Packard's private and hybrid cloud computing offerings in four-year collaboration.
An outage struck Microsoft's cloud-based collaboration and messaging suite, leaving customers unable to log in and use tools such as SharePoint and Exchange Online
Sharepoint 2010 is now a credible platform player for collaboration and business social networking. The larger challenge: Changing user perceptions of what the tools are for, and what you can do with them.
In order to use this application, your company must have: - Social Sites server - Good Dynamics server Social Sites for the iOS provides...
Office 2010, combined with Sharepoint 2010, is a powerful collaboration platform. But is it powerful enough to beat Google Docs even though it's drastically more expensive?
I think it's pretty safe to say that enterprises (whether schools or businesses) will not substitute a lean version of Office running in Facebook for Sharepoint and Office Professional. Will they substitute Google Apps as their turnkey groupware, collaboration, and productivity solution?
Microsoft SharePoint is a powerful business collaboration tool trusted by organizations the world over. Still, it was often a challenge...
Microsoft announced at VoiceCon Orlando their next generation hardware to speed the replacement of the venerable old Public Branch Exchange (PBX) units that are at the heart of corporate collaboration - the telephone system.I recently had the opportunity to be walked through a hands on look at the vast next generation Microsoft productivity 2010 ecosphere, Office, Sharepoint, Exchange and so on, in Microsoft's labs so I could see how everything hangs together.
If you need team collaboration and company-wide document management, SharePoint 2010 fits the bill, especially when you add in its social search features and integrated workflow.
More often than not these days, I’ve seen SharePoint function moving towards the platform of group collaboration activity. In August, for example, Spigit moved its innovation management platform onto SharePoint, bringing prediction and idea markets to the group platform.
With a public beta still a few weeks away, Microsoft used its recent SharePoint conference in Las Vegas to unveil the upcoming 2010 release of its collaboration and content management suite. The most obvious change is the name – SharePoint is no longer part of the Office family, even though it’s the intranet host for the Office 2010 Web Apps.
Even though Microsoft released a private beta of its SharePoint 2010 product to testers in July, the company has said relatively little about the next release of its collaboration platform -- until October 19. Today is the opening day of the SharePoint conference, where Microsoft officials are sharing a few news tidbits -- including public Beta 2 availability (November) and plans for two new Internet-focused SKUs.
The companies will invest up to $180m in a four-year collaboration on unified communications, including the integration of SharePoint and Exchange software with ProCurve hardware
Exactly what will be changing in SharePoint -- Microsoft's integrated suite of six back-end servers that handle search, content management, collaboration, etc. -- with the 2010 release is still somewhat murky. But at this week's Microsoft TechEd 2009 conference in Los Angeles, a few more details have begun to trickle out, via tweets, blog posts and other channels.
Depending on which numbers you look at these days, about a third of all companies right now are using Enterprise 2.0-style tools to enable collaboration and management of their knowledge. This is in stark contrast to just three years ago when the only tools most workers could count on for communicating with others and sharing knowledge was e-mail, the phone, and if they were lucky, an instant messaging or content management application. The question is these days if which tools are the best and Microsoft SharePoint continues to make the short list.
I've lost count of the number of conversations about enterprise collaboration that revolve around the elephant in most company's living space - Sharepoint.Described to me recently as SiloMaker by a disgruntled user, Sharepoint is everywhere in companies of all sizes.
Alfresco will ship this week a major upgrade of its enterprise content management system that features new collaboration services, a draft implementation of the CMIS spec and Microsoft SharePoint support.Alfresco Enterprise 3.
Cisco on Wednesday rolled out its collaboration portfolio as it targets the enterprise market--and notably the Microsoft SharePoint juggernaut.At least Cisco isn't alone--Oracle earlier this week unveiled Beehive, which is another collaboration effort.
Chief information officers have the hots for online training, video conferencing and collaboration software such as Microsoft's SharePoint. Just don't ask these execs to blog, use a wiki or enter a virtual world.
Although Google isn't positioning its Google Sites offering as an alternative to Microsoft's SharePoint, that is, in effect, what Google's new wiki-centric collaboration tool is.
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