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SharePoint's Shortcomings

SharePoint's Shortcomings

By Daniel Threlfall May 1, 2013 Articles and Editorials  Comments

One of the best things about SharePoint is its name. The moniker suggest a friendly place where people can gather, work, and say to themselves, "a good time was had by all." If the greatest thing going for a software is its name, then it probably has some shortcomings elsewhere. SharePoint has shortcomings, and in the rough-and-tumble world of collaborative web applications, SharePoint has received more than its fair share of criticisms.… Read More →


Is SharePoint Going Away?

Is SharePoint Going Away?

By Daniel Threlfall February 18, 2013 Articles and Editorials  Comments

Recently, Chris Wright announced a prediction:  "SharePoint Will Disappear Very Soon." His claim was, of course, provocative and attention-grabbing. As it turns out, his prediction merely centered upon a simple issue of wording: "Let me explain, I’m referring to the word "SharePoint,"  the name, the brand we have grown accustomed to over the years.… Read More →


GSX Consolidated Monitor & Analyzer Cuts Microsoft SharePoint Risks

By Mike Johnston September 28, 2011 News & Headlines  Comments

GSX Solutions announced that its GSX Monitor & Analyzer resolves significant Microsoft SharePoint risks and issues for IT departments. Agentless, out-of-the-box deployment on a client workstation enables SharePoint administrators to continually monitor services from a user perspective and quickly take corrective action when issues arrive.Many organizations are experiencing an uncontrolled proliferation of SharePoint sites, leading to frequent outages and inefficient use of IT resources.… Read More →



KnowledgeTree Introduces Microsoft Outlook Integration to Drive Greater Productivity for SMBs

By Mike Johnston March 9, 2011 News & Headlines  Comments

KnowledgeTree, a provider of cloud-based document management solutions, today announced the beta release of KnowledgeTree for Outlook, a new product that lets users securely store emails and attachments in KnowledgeTree’s online document vault and interact seamlessly with KnowledgeTree-hosted content directly from their Microsoft Outlook® email application.… Read More →


DotNetNuke Corp. Upgrades Popular Web Content Management Platform

By Mike Johnston January 21, 2011 News & Headlines  Comments

DotNetNuke Corp., the company behind the most widely adopted Web Content Management Platform for Microsoft .NET, today introduced support for two innovative new products from Microsoft: WebMatrix and Razor. New adopters of DotNetNuke with limited technical experience can take advantage of the WebMatrix development environment to efficiently build their web site. More experienced developers can leverage the deep DotNetNuke integration with Razor to more quickly and easily create powerful extensions for the DotNetNuke platform.… Read More →



Established Danish CMS-vendor Composite goes Open Source with CMS based on Microsoft .NET 4.0.

By Mike Johnston October 6, 2010 News & Headlines  Comments

Until recently, Danish developer Composite have been distributing the company’s professional content management system – Composite C1 – on commercial terms. But now Composite has decided to go open source and allow anyone to download and use the complete product for free. Composite C1 allow website builders to get a user friendly CMS up and running fast and allow for customizations via free and commercial packages as well as tools targeting both frontend and backend developers.… Read More →



Tiki Now Listed in Windows Web App Gallery

By Mike Johnston September 10, 2010 News & Headlines  Comments

Tiki Wiki CMS Groupware is now included in the Windows Web App Gallery and can be installed with the Microsoft Web Platform Installer. Inclusion in the gallery means that millions of Windows users now have easier access to Tiki. Tiki was downloaded over 300 times from the gallery in the first 2 days. This achievement is the result of work by several Tiki Community members including Philippe Cloutier, Marc Laporte, and Pascal St-Jean, as well as assistance from Microsoft.… Read More →


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