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Swift Share

Sharing files across your local network just got easier! Swift Share allows the easy creation of both Windows and Macintosh share points....

November 22, 2013 By Koingo Software

Microsoft patches 28 vulnerabilities, including zero-day

October's patches are described in eight bulletins and address problems in Windows, Office, SharePoint Server, Silverlight, and Internet Explorer. One of the IE bugs has been exploited in the wild for some time now.

October 8, 2013

Severe flaw in Outlook 2007/2010 patched

Microsoft has released 13 security updates for Internet Explorer, Outlook, SharePoint and Windows. 47 vulnerabilities in all are patched, but perhaps the scariest affects Outlook 2007 and 2010.

September 10, 2013

Free Windows Service Monitor

Free Windows Service Monitor Tool is smart desktop dashboard tool that helps administrators to monitor Windows Services such as Exchange...

June 21, 2013 By ZOHO

Aspose.Words for SharePoint

Aspose.Words for SharePoint allows you to convert documents within the Microsoft SharePoint applications and supports multiple document...

April 22, 2013 By Aspose

Microsoft: Office 2010 and SQL Server 2008 R2 go better together

Microsoft has relied on the "better together" concept to sell Windows client and Windows Server as a package. It also has done the same with previous versions of Office and Windows. But on May 12 -- the day Microsoft is launching Office 2010 and SharePoint 2010 in New York -- Microsoft will be playing up how Office, SharePoint and SQL Server work better together.

May 12, 2010 by

Microsoft's free enterprise search is a must try

At the Heroes Happens {here} event in LA yesterday which saw the launch* of Windows Server 2008, one of the relatively hidden gems of the event in my opinion was Microsoft's free** Search Server 2008 Express.  It's is a streamline install of Office SharePoint Server 2007 with almost all the enterprise search features that most users would want and is a must download for any Windows Server shop.

February 27, 2008 by

Moderated blog comments

I've been frustrated in the last coupleof days by a couple of blogs with moderated comments.  Since DominoBloghas had 99% accuracy blocking comment spam, and several other solutionsexist to deter it for other blog technologies, I think moderating commentsis really more of a control thing than a true anti-spam measure.  Inboth of these cases, I'm pretty sure that's the case.  And since it'sbeen at least two days in each case, and my comments still haven't been"moderated", I'll just cover them here. Case #1 -- MichaelHermann wrote about initial experiences with IBM Workplace. I'm not sure what approach a "dot net junkie" takes toWorkplace Services Express, but given that background, unsurprisingly,his initial impressions are negative.  He has a problem downloadingfrom the IBM website (seemingly a commongripe) and instead of retrying,figures that he can blame it on IBM web server, Workplace, or WebSphere,a "12.5% chance of the 3 components working at any given time". Sort of like Windows, IIS, and SharePoint, but I guess I shouldn'tgo there. ;)   His second impression is a rant about the downloadfile name, and how he can't figure out what the files are because of it. And where's the readme?  Well, Michael, the file namemight not be self-documenting, but I'm sure you read the screen where youactually downloaded from, right?Case #2 -- JeffUbois covered the latest Radicatipress release on My comment was simply to point to myblog entry about this "news". Given one of JeffUbois's roles, I would thinkhe'd be interested in the relative accuracy of this "news".Agood question is, should I even care anyway?  I found these blogsthrough technoratiand/or blogdigger. They may not have much in the way of readership, but if I could findthem by searching for Lotus Notes or whatever, others making similar searcheswill, too.  As such, it would be nice if their blogs allowed for thediscourse implied by having a comments feature.  And if they're notinterested in that then turn the comments off or at least make their commentspolcies clear.  I would then know to recommend they switch to DominoBlogor some other appropriate blogging tool....or to not bother paying attention.

January 6, 2006 by

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