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

What type of content do they want delivered to their mobile device?

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Why Henry Ford Would Want You to Podcast

Thumbnail Case Study: Microsoft Academy Mobile My favorite example of this approach is Microsoft’s Academy Mobile podcasting platform. Paolo Tosolini, whom I know through the Seattle chapter of the Social Media Club, was instrumental in launching and evangelizing Academy Mobile within Microsoft

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5 Reasons Logistics Companies Should Integrate SharePoint

That’s where SharePoint mobile applications come into play. Reason #3: SharePoint Mobile You can use your mobile devices with close to zero effort. Just add /m at the end of the URL and your SharePoint portal is ready for mobile

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The Future of SharePoint (and Windows Phone 7)

A Similar Model Can Be Applied to WP7 As Brandon Watson , Microsoft’s Senior Director of Windows Phone 7 development said in Microsoft Wooing WebOS Developers Picking up traction among former WebOS devs is only the tip of the iceberg for Microsoft’s mobile dev efforts

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Why SharePoint Is Falling In Love With AIIM

Still though, best practices are consistently provided by AIIM and those best practices have expanded beyond ECM to include SharePoint, Enterprise Records Management, Social Business/Enterprise 2.0, Social Media Governance, Mobile and so much more (we stay very busy)

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Deep-Dive of Microsoft’s Power BI for Office 365

A Power BI Site for users to share, view, and interact with the available reports Power BI app, available via the Power BI Windows Store, allows you to view reports on the go with your mobile device , as shown in the image below: SharePoint & Office 365 Business Intelligence “From the Consulting Trenches” I will continue to share EPC Group's SharePoint & Office 365 Business Intelligence (BI) deep-dive blog series in the weeks to come to touch on the real-world “ from the consulting trenches ” approach that EPC Group has successfully implemented for hundreds of organizations throughout North America

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Key SharePoint 2013 and Office 365 Methodologies and Best Practices

Other organizations may be interested in implementing a professional (social) networking or business intelligence (BI) platform as well as rolling out workflows to streamline business processes while ensuring extranet and mobile compatibility

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