Tag Archive | "SharePoint"

SharePoint and eDiscovery Challenges

August 17, 2010 6 comments

Editor’s Note: This post is a featured guest post by one of our IAI University Partners, Barry Murphy from the eDiscoveryJournal. Microsoft SharePoint has spread like wildfire through organizations of all shapes and sizes.  SharePoint delivers real business benefits by enabling collaboration in efficient ways, providing ways to track versions of documents edited by multiple […]

Building an ECM Strategy Webinar Follow-up

April 27, 2010 5 comments

Two  weeks ago I spoke on a webinar hosted by SpringCM.  My presentation focused on how to take a structured and methodical approach to defining and executing an ECM strategy. You can download the slides I used slides below, and/or if you prefer listen to the recorded webinar here. ECM Strategy Development View more presentations […]

Q&A: Extending SharePoint in the Cloud Webinar

March 15, 2010 6 comments

On February 23, 2010, I was a featured speaker on the SpringCM webinar entitled “Making SharePoint Work.”  The slides from the presentation can be found here. SharePoint Extending into the Cloud View more presentations from Carl Frappaolo. Additionally you can listen to the archive of the webinar. In the webinar, I reference a survey and […]

IAM Alert: Iron Mountain Acquires Mimosa

February 23, 2010 No comments yet

Information Architected Market Alert (IAM Alert): Iron Mountain announced yesterday that it had acquired Mimosa Systems, Inc., an enterprise-class content archiving solutions provider, for approximately $112 million in cash. (see press release via Iron Mountain or coverage on TechCrunch) Colliding the Cloud and Premise Iron Mountain is a curious company with a very large installed […]

IAM Alert: Present.ly Adds Microblogging for SharePoint

November 2, 2009 2 comments

Information Architected Market Alert (IAM Alert): Intridea announced today a new open source, free Web Part (an add-on for SharePoint) to embed Present.ly (Intridea’s enterprise microblogging offering) within SharePoint. (see press release and Intridea site) Enter Microblogging With the rise of Twitter in the consumer-facing world, has come the enterprise-facing versions of microblogging, with solutions […]

IAM Alert: The Whimpering Google Wave

June 1, 2009 24 comments

Information Architected Market Alert (IAM Alert): Google has been resting on it’s laurels (simple/streamlined search) and primary revenue stream (AdWords) for far too long, it would seem. Introduced last week at the Google I/O developer’s conference is their latest entree the “Google Wave” offering (see preview announcement of Google Wave at Google). (Note: This offering […]

IAM Talking: Scaling SharePoint Deployments… and Surviving

May 8, 2009 4 comments

There is a phenomenon in the content management world called SharePoint, which, like it or not, has really changed the level of awareness of electronic content concerns in businesses today. While SharePoint has nearly made content management a commonplace term in organizations, it’s not as though SharePoint or any other solution is perfect. To a […]

IAM Talking: Smarter Tagging in a SharePoint Enterprise

April 22, 2009 3 comments

SharePoint seems to rank nearly as high as Twitter in any given conversation these days – although I’ve yet to hear Oprah talk about SharePoint (not that I’m watching). While there are many reasons not to adopt SharePoint or to use it as THE 100% solution for your content management, portal, search or workflow needs, […]

Q&A: SharePoint Webinar and Whitepaper (Part 6)

March 2, 2009 8 comments

This is it – the final post containing questions from the SharePoint webinar I presented on January 28, 2009.  Previous questions and answers can be found in Parts 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5.  As well, the recorded webinar, during which many questions were answered, can be downloaded. The questions in this post are the […]

Q&A: SharePoint Webinar and Whitepaper (Part 5)

February 26, 2009 9 comments

This is the fifth post in which I provide answers to questions that were posed, but not answered during the webinar I conducted on SharePoint. (See Parts 1, 2, 3, and 4 for additional questions and answers.  You may also listen to the recorded webinar, during which many other questions were addressed as well.) This […]

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