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Internal SharePoint Marketing -- Tipping the Balance towards Power Users

It’s the folks in your enterprise that connect the business goals of their team to a platform for delivering them...They don't answer to a central command or a rogue band of enterprise insurgents

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SharePoint: A Point of Confusion

Recent AIIM Research reveals that the rapid adoption rate for SharePoint has created confusion in many organizations regarding their future strategy for information management,particularly those with existing and established ECM (Enterprise Content Management), RM (Records Management) and BPM (Business Process Management) systems

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Why SharePoint Is Falling In Love With AIIM

The influx of information workers to SharePoint has been due to the rapid maturation process that SharePoint has undergone in relation to its' prowess for Enterprise Content & Records Management (ECM/ERM or ECRM). The community around SharePoint has had to deal with new topics as SharePoint has been scaling Enterprise-wide with Records Management and Content Management, namely, what are the best practices for handling ECRM in general and with SharePoint in particular?

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Development Tools and Related Strategies for Public, Private, and Hybrid Environments

Visual Studio 2013 and Related Tools and SDK Visual Studio 2013 is the enterprise development tool that should be used on almost any development initiative because the application life-cycle management as well as code repository integration and new SharePoint 2013 integration features make it the only tool available on the market with its capabilities

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SharePoint 2010, Mobility, Browser Compatibility, Compliance, and its Continued Dominance in the Marketplace

There have been 40+ enterprise projects that myself and my firm at EPC Group have implemented using SharePoint 2010 were the clients requirements were that SharePoint content must be compatible not only using Internet Explorer (IE) but also Safari (for MAC users) as well as Mozilla Firefox and Google Chrome

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