KnowledgeLake’s Document Imaging Solution is Now Fully Compatible with Microsoft SharePoint 2013

Written by Inna Gordin. Posted in SharePoint Product News

KnowledgeLake Imaging will provide new functionality and features that take the greatest advantage of what’s new in SharePoint 2013 and offer a range of deployment options, including cloud and on-premises. KnowledgeLake customers can now apply for access to the product. The company has expanded its current Enterprise Content Management (ECM) features to provide customers with revolutionary solutions that leverage the latest version of SharePoint to solve today’s most complex document problems.

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HiSoftware's New Product for Mobile Collaboration Secures Content at the Document Level

Written by Inna Gordin. Posted in SharePoint Product News

The explosion of bring-your-own device (BYOD) policies in companies offers the promise of increased productivity for contributors and managers. HiSoftware released its new product - HiSoftware Sheriff Workspace Mobile - extending the company’s SharePoint solutions suite to bring secure collaboration on iPads and other mobile devices.

SharePoint Solutions’ Extranet Collaboration Manager Is Now Available for SharePoint 2013

Written by Inna Gordin. Posted in SharePoint Product News

Extranet Collaboration Manager (ExCM) for SharePoint Server 2013 and SharePoint Foundation 2013 provides easy SharePoint extranet collaboration and simplified extranet administration that SharePoint 2013 is missing in the out-of-the-box product. It allows you to provide your business partners with a comprehensive solution to improve collaboration. It simplifies the extranet user experience while empowering the Administrator with many features...

Have You Been to San Francisco Lately? SPTechCon Full Conference Pass Giveaway

Written by Inna Gordin. Posted in Editors' Thoughts

With less than a month to go until SPTechCon San Francisco 2013, we’re proud to have one full conference pass in our possession to giveaway as part of our new SharePoint Reviews v2.0 site launch. SPTechCon’s team organizes industry's most effective events, listens to feedback, and delivers valuable content via a group of truly excellent expert speakers. If you’re not convinced, check out the list of speakers you’ll have the opportunity to learn from in San Francisco.

New Training Class: SharePoint 2010 Document and Records Management, by SharePoint Solutions

Written by Inna Gordin. Posted in SharePoint Product News

Beginning in mid-March of 2013, SharePoint Solutions will offer classes that help SharePoint 2010 users step up from document storage to document and records management.  SharePoint Solutions’ new four-day hands-on course, “Designing SharePoint Document Management and Records Management Systems in SharePoint 2010,” is designed to help students discover how they can leverage some of SharePoint’s most underused features to streamline and “power up” document management and records management in their organization.

Didn’t Make it to Vegas for the SharePoint Conference? Dress Warm and Visit Copenhagen

Written by Inna Gordin. Posted in Editors' Thoughts

The European SharePoint Conference in Copenhagen, in early February 2013, will host a group of inspirational keynote speakers to discuss and analyse SharePoint 2013. If you didn’t make Vegas, this event is the perfect forum to review and test-drive the new features of SharePoint 2013, under the guidance of the most experienced professionals.  SharePoint 2013 features strongly in the overall program, covering Search, Apps, Social, Cloud, Project, Migration & Upgrade, Governance and much more.

Baby-Stepping Your Way into Project Management with SharePoint 2013

Written by Christian Buckley. Posted in Business Solutions

After spending the first 15 or so years of my career largely in Project Management roles, I'm sort of a PM junkie when it comes to books and tools and methodologies of how to move something from ideation (PM wonk term for idea creation, or initiation phase) to delivery and, ultimately, support. When Arpan Shah moved from the SharePoint product team at Microsoft over to Project Server (he's now working on Office365), I shared some advice with him (which I'm sure he doesn't remember): don't try to solve too many problems at once, but simplify the tool.

White Paper Review: “Keep SharePoint Fast and Your Users Happy - The SharePoint Troubleshooting Guide”

Written by Inna Gordin. Posted in Editors' Thoughts

Earlier this month Idera published a white paper titled "Keep SharePoint Fast and Your Users Happy - The SharePoint Troubleshooting Guide", written by John Ferringer, a Senior Manager with Sogeti, LLC.  John has over eight years of experience administering and supporting SharePoint technologies and, as he states in this white paper, has "never seen the same problem twice". While this may be the case, John promises a troubleshooting solution to any SharePoint problem that you may encounter, making a clever analogy to my favorite TV personality, Dr. Gregory House. It looked very interesting, but is it really worth your time? I couldn't help but share a few thoughts.

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