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SharePoint is moving from little g to Big G

SharePoint has, for the most part, been relegated to smaller solutions. Also known as “point solutions” that address a specific segment of the business. There is nothing wrong with this and it’s a great way to get in the door. Which SharePoint has done very, very well. As...

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SharePoint Wins with the ECM Ecosystem

I started a conversation with my friend and ECM expert Chris Riley a few months back ( Is SharePoint 2010 Really Ready for ECM? ) in which we explored some of the enterprise content management capabilities of SharePoint, cutting through the competitor semantics and FUD, to agree or disagree with...

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What role should SharePoint play in a comprehensive ECM strategy?

The role of Enterprise Content Management (ECM) is well established. Smart companies realize they need to manage their critical assets – both paper based and those that are born digital – to control costs, improve profitability and to maintain compliance efforts. The role of...

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The "SharePoint &... "Strategy

(Originally posted at CMSWire.com ) The Law of the Instrument states “…if the only tool you have is a hammer, you treat everything as if it were a nail.” When you examine the content management world’s zeitgeist, the tool that has all the buzz is the shiny hammer of...

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The SharePoint effect

'SharePoint is ubiquitous'. Ubiquitous (adj.) is defined as 'Being or seeming to be everywhere at the same time; omnipresent'. Microsoft has certainly invested heavily on marketing SharePoint, but they have also invested heavily in Zune. Why is SharePoint an unbelievable...

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