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GRC Business Considerations for SharePoint

There comes a time in every business where management thinks … I wish we would have thought about that before. Usually this happens just after a Discovery Request shows up on the doorstep. Not to worry. All is not lost. Sure, it would be great if some forethought and planning had...

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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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Frankie-the-frustrated worker dealing with lack of direct Line of Business integration and Manual Data Entry

For this particular blog post I would like to use a light-hearted approach to a major problem. The problem is lost productivity and user frustration around populating data into Line of Business applications via Manual Data Entry versus Automation. To illustrate my point let's take one...

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The Future of SharePoint (and Windows Phone 7)

The current state of SharePoint looks something like this: In 2009 SharePoint was over a $1 billion dollar business, and we suspect that with its current massive growth it is rapidly nearing $2 billion in yearly revenue. 200M CAL’s 200K Servers $2B in Revenue What...

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